Chebe


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I officially have a new gluten free love, its called CHEBE. I learned about it for the first time while I was planning my menu for the Gluten Free Camp I will be cooking at over the summer. I was told kids go nuts for this stuff. This is the first gluten free box bread mix I have used and I must admit I was SHOCKED by the results. This stuff has been around for awhile and it really is something special. I love any product that is easy to customize and this stuff is really great. I used it for the first time during my super bowl party and was very pleased by the results. They make a huge range of mixes and frozen doughs. The recipe is originally based off of a Brazilian Bread traditionally made from tapioca. Most of the mixes require you to add milk or water, eggs, a little oil and cheese. I have played around with leaving cheese out and also with substituting salsa and tomato sauce for milk or water. They all worked great and I am excited to keep playing with this stuff. It all comes in a small box and it super each to keep in a cabinet and always have on hand.

Whats even better about this products is the company. I had the pleasure of talking to the president and he was just amazing. He explained how his wife is forced to eat gluten free but they had been creating the product long before her diagnosis. He is passionate about the product and is creating it for all the right reasons. He loves to support the gluten free community and is doing some amazing work. A great product + a truly good company = a fantastic product for me. Chebe bread is really a Guilt Free Foodie Cutie All-Star!

I will continue to post all my creations using all the products they offer but I wanted to share two easy recipes with this review.

Bread Stick Nuggets

1 Box Chebe Bread Stick Mix

1 Cup Crushed Tomatoes

1/2 Tbs Basil

1/2 Tbs Oregano

1/2 Tbs Parsley

1/2 Tbs Garlic Powder

1/4 Tbs Salt

2 Eggs

2 Tbs Olive Oil

1 Cup Shredded Mozzarella Cheese

Combine bread mix with oil, eggs and cheese as directed on box. Instead of the water or milk add crushed tomatoes. Knead well and roll out small nuggets as instructed on box. Bake following box. While in the oven place tomatoes and seasoning’s in a pot to mix and heat. Serve bread sticks with a side of heated tomato sauce for dipping.

Green Fiesta Rolls

1 Box Chebe Original Bread Mix

1/4 Cup Green Tomatillo Salsa

2 Eggs

2 Tbs Olive Oil

1 Cup Shredded Mozzarella Cheese

Combine bread mix with oil, eggs and cheese as directed on box. Instead of the water or milk add 1/4 Cup Salsa. Knead well and roll out small nuggets as instructed on box. Bake following box. Serve warm with extra salsa if you want.

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7 thoughts on “Chebe

  1. Hi, could you post an ingredient list of chebe bread? we are trying to get away from nightshades and I wondered whether this bread has potato starch in it.
    Thank you

  2. Thank you for that. I will get a mix and give it a try. My wife told me she had tried it and didn’t like it very well. I must have eaten it then, but I will do the mix myself, maybe try a few options and see how it goes.

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