Hosting a party soon? Be sure you have Stouffer’s Welsh Rarebit on hand. Stouffer’s Welsh Rarebit tastes great not just on the traditional complement of toasted bread, but on a number of other party favorites, including crackers, and makes a perfect savory sauce to offer alongside scrumptious party dips and pates.
Stouffer’s Welsh Rarebit
Welsh rarebit, a cheddar cheese sauce combined with some mild spices, tastes wonderful on all types of foods. Much like fondue, Welsh rarebit is wonderful as a dip. While Welsh rarebit may be home on toasted bread, it can be used in a variety of ways and can even double as a cheese sauce for pasta.
Stouffer’s Welsh rarebit is great – especially for those who want to add some flair to their buffet offerings without having to spend a lot of time or money doing so. In fact, 4-1/2 servings (each 1/4 cup) come in each box of Stouffer’s Welsh rarebit. It heats up in just 3-1/2 minutes in a microwave. Even in a conventional oven, the Welsh rarebit will be done within 25 minutes.
The price for a carton of Stouffer’s Welsh rarebit varies throughout the country, but expect to pay around $2.50-3 for each box; that price means each guest will enjoy a serving of Welsh rarebit for approximately 60-65 cents.
Of course, Welsh rarebit need not be eaten only in the company of party guests! You can buy your own box and indulge in a number of tasty cheddar-topped treats, with enough Welsh rarebit to last you 3-4 snacks.
The Food Label
What are the nutrition facts like for Stouffer’s Welsh rarebit? Each 1/4-cup (62-gram) serving contains the following:
90 calories from fat
10 grams of total fat
6 grams of saturated fat
0 grams of trans fat
20 mg of cholesterol
270 mg of sodium
6 grams of total carbohydrates
0 grams of dietary fiber
2 grams of sugar
6 grams of protein
Stouffer’s Welsh Rarebit Recipes
Be sure you don’t toss the box out right after taking out the black tray of frozen Welsh rarebit – there are recipes on the inside (back side) of the carton’s front panel! What can you make with the recipes? Easy Cheesy Fondue and Cheesy Crab Dip! You can also check out these and other recipes on the Stouffer’s website: http://www.stouffers.com/Recipes/Index.aspx
Personal and first-hand knowledge
Stouffer’s Recipes. http://www.stouffers.com/Recipes/Index.aspx
Stouffer’s Welsh Rarebit carton