Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Chebe

Ohhhhhh my gosh. I haven't been this excited about a gluten-free company since, well... ever.

My mom made these amazing little "dinosaur egg" cheesebread balls for Thanksgiving. Everybody loved them - slightly crispy on the outside, rich and chewy on the inside. Gluten free bread products are rarely flexible or chewy. (Most just crumble apart and make a disappointing mess.)

Chebe Original Cheese Bread mix makes 16 adorable little bread balls - the mix itself is only about $2.75, which is a great deal considering most gluten free mixes are overpriced.

The box:



Can you see why my husband calls them dinosaur eggs?



My parents bought me additional Chebe mixes for Christmas. We made the cheesebread on Christmas day, but I waited until tonight to try to pizza crust mix. It was a lot easier to make than our old standby of Bob's Red Mill, and WOW - the taste is unbelievable. It's mind-bogglingly good.

Here the box!



Alas, no pictures of my pizza. It was an ugly pizza because I had no mozzarella left, and had to use ugly cheese. Next time I make Chebe pizza dough (which will probably be soon) I'll take pictures and will hopefully remember to update this blog post.

Now if you'll excuse me, I have to eat my pizza.


9 comments:

  1. I'm going to have to order some of those on Amazon - Jen from Fetching Tags HIGHLY recommended them to me a while back!

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  2. I’m always looking for a gluten free alternative in the bread category that my son will like. We strike out a lot. I am going to have to give these a try!

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  3. Looks yummy...going to have to look into these more, that's for sure! Thanks!

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  4. This is very popular in Brazil and super easy to make
    in your blender. It uses tapioca flour and simple ingredients.

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  5. Bet you could add garlic to them. Yum!

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  6. I am always looking for a different bread for my Pre-Thanksgiving dinner I have each year and this looks perfect - thank you

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  7. So where did you get the mix? Never seen it!

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  8. My name is Denise and I am from Brazil let me tell you if you try my cheese bread you will going to eat the real cheese bread just like from my country.I am in Hollywood Florida and I make them here with the original flour from Brazil.We do ship them

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