$.75/1 Philadelphia Cooking Creme Coupon

I don’t cook with cream cheese much because of kid food allergies/intolerances…but I’ll be printing this coupon and using it to make something for a friend who needs a meal. I’m curious to cook with it and seeing how it turns out.  Have you cooked with the new cooking cremes yet?! Would love to hear your thoughts, experiences!

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  1. Diane says

    I’m wondering if you could use this in place of cream soups in recipes. My mother is gluten-free, and I haven’t found a gluten-free cream of mushroom soup that I like without making my own. Has anyone tried this?

  2. PharmToxGirl says

    My friend recently posted this recipe – Toss into slow cooker: 1 lb frozen chicken breasts, 1 tub Santa Fe style Cooking Creme, and 1 can fire-roasted tomatoes. Cook on low 6-8 hours or high 4 hours. Shred chicken with 2 forks. Awesome in taco shells or in tortillas as enchiladas!

    I’ve been waiting for a coupon/sale to try it!

  3. Kerstin says

    I love them. Last night I sauteed a red and green pepper, zucchini and a yellow squash. Then at the same time cooked some pasta. Mixed it all together with some garlic cooking creme. Tasted awesome. I also love the recipes they provide.

  4. Amanda says

    I mixed the original flavor with vanilla instant pudding and 1/2 cup of cold milk. Then I poured it into a graham cracker crust…..AWESOME instant no bake cheesecake!!! Im sure you could use other flavor of puddings as well.

  5. Jen C says

    Printed out the coupon today and used the Italian seasonings one with chicken and a bag of frozen broccoli over spaghetti. 5 out of 6 family members loved it.

  6. zellion says

    I can’t tell from the add copy – is it just different flavors of cream cheese or is there some change to the packaging/texture that make them easier to cook with?

    I use “onion and chive” flavored cream cheese to make a dish with on a pretty regular basis. (it’s actually a variant on a recipe I got in the Kraft cooking magazine they send out quarterly.)

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