If your family has ever eaten at a Brazilian steakhouse – or just loves cheese – you’re probably familiar with pao de queijo – savory gluten-free cheese bread popular in the streets of South America. When Brazi Bites founder Junea Rocha moved to Portland, Oregon, she began using her mother’s recipe to make pao de queijo when she felt homesick. The result is Brazi Bites Brazilian Cheese Bread, a yummy – and surprisingly low-fat – snack with a freshly-baked taste your entire family will love! These cheesy bites are made with tapioca flour instead of wheat and have a texture similar to that of a popover – crisp and golden brown on the outside with a warm, chewy center. Whether you are gluten-free or a gluten-lover, one bite and you’ll be hooked on this Brazilian bread!
From the Mouth of a Kid:
I love how they’re so soft and cheesy!
From the Eyes of a Parent:
I was pleasantly surprised to find that Brazi Bites are quite low in fat and carbohydrates. My kids can’t get enough of them, and I feel good knowing they’re a more healthful alternative to other cheese breads. Plus, they don’t need to be defrosted and bake in only 20 minutes.
Brazi Bites come in the following 4 flavors:
•Original (cheddar and parmesan)
•Jalapeño pepper jack
The Icing on the Cake:
Brazi Bites Brazilian Cheese Bread is gluten-free, soy-free, sugar-free, and made with all-natural, non-GMO ingredients – ideal for people with gluten allergies looking for a satisfying bread alternative.
Time to Eat?!
Time to eat?
Brazi Bites are best served warm from the oven and make the perfect snack, appetizer, or side dish.
Mix it Up!
While tasty on their own, try pairing Brazi Bites with your kids’ favorite favorite dip for a fun after school snack. You can even slice them in half to make cheesy, gluten-free slider buns!