I am an official brand ambassador for Mini Babybel® in 2016. While I receive compensation for participation as a brand advocate, opinions are my own.
I've always been a cheese lover. It's been a weakness since I was a kid. Now as an adult, it's important to me that I still get to eat the things I love, but that I know are going to be nutritious as well. Mini Babybel® is a 100% natural cheese with the unique, rich and creamy taste the whole family can get in on.
Plus it's wrapped up in that adorable wax seal which makes unwrapping it almost as satisfying as eating it! I thought since the holidays, everyone has been inundated with sugar and sweets so I would host a little get together that didn't have cookies and ice cream all over the place. Did you know that National Polka Dot Day is January 22nd? Mini Babybel® cheeses look just like polka dots....and then it call came together. A Polka Dot party.
Each serving of Mini Babybel® delivers at least 4 grams of protein and 15% of your daily calcium needs – all for 70 calories or less. It even comes in seven varieties. No matter your taste preference, there’s a flavor for everyone which makes hosting a party with food that much easier.
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I gathered my polka dot foods: grapes, tomatoes, crackers, blueberries, bagels, gum balls (I couldn't resist), and cereal. Then found some polka dot plates and accessories at Party City.
For the kiddos, I grabbed the cereal and bakers twine and let them make edible polka dot necklaces. Some opted to eat them right away while others wanted to take them home. I found adorable polka dot bags at Paper Source.
I paired the cheese with veggies and turkey, and guests could also construct their own mini bagel sandwiches.
This was a sponsored post by Mini Babybel. Opinions are my own, but man, do I love this cheese.