When you are in the habit of making food “art”. You are in constant search of appropriate food “glues” that last and don’t need to be refrigerated right away. Marshmallow cream, soy or peanut butter, and melted chocolate have been the go-tos up to this point. But my new favorite is spray cheese!
I have been debating whether a self-respecting cheese fancier should own a can of spray cheese… But if Martha Stewart can admit (albeit reluctantly) that even Cheese Whiz has its uses, I think I can proudly profess my love for cheese in a can.
The Imperial Star Destroyers were a big hit. And as quickly as they disappeared, you’d think even these little replicas were all equipped with Class 2 Hyperdrive Engines.
- Orange Cheese (Block Cheddar)
- Yellow Cheese (Block Mozzarella)
- Cheese in a Spray Can
- Triangular Crackers or Pita Chips
- Cut little triangles of the yellow cheese and tiny rectangles of the orange cheese. (Or vice versa)
- Spray a dab o’cheese on each cracker, then add the cheese triangles.
- Spray a tiny dab o’cheese on each cheese rectangle, and add it to the stern of each Imperial Star Destroyer.
- As with the Imperial S’mores, you’ll need to make a whole armada… These were eaten by the fistful.
- The fancier cheddars tend to crumble when you cut them, so I recommend getting a pre-packaged cheese like Kraft.