13 ct, 14.3 oz. Arrives frozen.
Often eaten as a snack or with hot chocolate, pão de queijo or Brazillian Bread 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 flour instead of wheat flour. The resulting naturally gluen-free little morsels are chewy, crispy, cheesy, more-ish snackable goodness. Made with fresh and local ingredients, this California take on the classic Brazilian pao de queijo is perfect for serving alongside roast veggies and meat.
Preheat Instructıons: Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Place frozen breads on a baking sheet with about an inch of space in between each one. Bake for 25 minutes, or until golden and slightly puffed.
Ingredients: Cassava Flour, Milk, Vegetable Oil, Eggs, Cotija Cheese, Salt.
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i ate these every day in Brazil and these frozen ones are honestly almost as good as the real thing!
This is almost as good as you can get in Brazil
Best Cheese bread! Amazing Delivery service!
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Aside from the meat and cinnamon pineapple, the BEST thing about Brazilian BBQ are their Brazilian Cheese Balls. These tastes EXACTLY the same and are just SO addicting. I HIGHLY recommend !
Theses were very tasty my family loved them. We will be reordering these when they are back in stock..