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14oz. Often eaten as a snack or with hot chocolate, pão de queijo is probably Brazil’s most famous food export. Very similar to gougeres, pao de queijo is basically a pate-a-choux, but made with tapioca or cassava flour instead of wheat flour. The resulting naturally gluen-free little morsels are chewy, crispy, cheesy snackable goodness – these garlic and rosemary breads are the delicious, savory version. Arrives frozen. San-Francisco-based Brazilian Breads creates classic & California-style gluten-free pão de queijo (Brazilian cheese breads).