5 Reviews

Very nice; tastes pretty much how I remembered it. I scaled this way down and somewhat guessed at the proportions, but it worked out. Also, no dried mustard, so I used a bit of dijon (n yellow mustard either). Probably a more sophisticated "whiz" than the original, but still nicely spreadable, with just the right flavour.

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Jay3fer August 03, 2012

It's been many years since I've had Cheez Whiz, so I don't remember exactly how it tastes, but it seems to replicate it pretty well, and if anything, this recipe tastes great. I reduced it to 10 servings, made as directed, and served warm with nachos and chopped jalepenos.

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2Bleu July 25, 2008

I made this for my boys as they like cheez whiz on their hot dogs and for nachos. I followed the recipe as written. My boys loved it. This was easy to make but it does make A LOT!

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bmcnichol June 25, 2008

Making broccoli cheddar rice and no Cheez Whiz... this worked out perfectly!!! Going to try it next time using cheddar and see what happens...

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djarwelch_11250976 November 30, 2013

very good

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mummamills August 21, 2013
Homemade Cheez Whiz Copycat