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I'm thinking I'm gonna try making sloppy joe calzones out of Chebe original mix tonight. Anyone else ever try that? Think it'll be good or just gross? I'm just looking for feedback. Thanks guys!

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I'm thinking I'm gonna try making sloppy joe calzones out of Chebe original mix tonight. Anyone else ever try that? Think it'll be good or just gross? I'm just looking for feedback. Thanks guys!

I can totally see that working. My family has asked me to see if I can use it for pizza crust. Let us know how it turns out!

Gina

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I can totally see that working. My family has asked me to see if I can use it for pizza crust. Let us know how it turns out!

Gina

I definitely will let you know. Good thing hunt's Manwich is gluten free. I've already done calzones with Chebe and they're fabulous, I'm just not quite so sure the sloppy joe flavor will translate well. But I don't care at this point, I haven't had a sloppy joe in three years. And I certainly haven't found any nice, soft, moist gluten free bread products I could use as a substitute!

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It sounds great to me! What time should I be over for dinner. :)

I want to hear how it works out.

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It sounds great to me! What time should I be over for dinner. :)

I want to hear how it works out.

I don't think you'll make it in time, I live in CT. Sorry! My boyfriend won't be leaving any leftovers anyway. He'd eat cardboard, I swear.

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It sounds great to me! What time should I be over for dinner. :)

I want to hear how it works out.

It's official, they're yummy! Don't use the cheese version, I used the all-purpose with no cheese. I think the cheese dough would taste wierd. But You definitely have to use enough sloppy joe sauce, I didn't use enough sauce and I couldn't taste it as much as I wanted. But still yummy! Don't do like my boyfriend did and eat the edges of the crust first though, cuz the stuff will all fall out....... Ha ha, mine didn't!

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Thanks for the report. I may have to give this one a try. I have made Chebe Calzone (chebezone? :lol: ) and that is yummy too.

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Does anyone else find Chebe bread to be a little chewy....or is it just chewy when I make it? I made cinnamon rolls with it this morning and they had excellent flavor and the kids loved them, but they are just chewy. I have also used it to make garlic breadsticks and it was chewy.

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Does anyone else find Chebe bread to be a little chewy....or is it just chewy when I make it? I made cinnamon rolls with it this morning and they had excellent flavor and the kids loved them, but they are just chewy. I have also used it to make garlic breadsticks and it was chewy.

Okay, now I know it's not just me because I bought pre made Chebe buns, they go from frozen straight to the oven, I made some today and they were also very chewy. I just don't think I like Chebe bread.

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Okay, now I know it's not just me because I bought pre made Chebe buns, they go from frozen straight to the oven, I made some today and they were also very chewy. I just don't think I like Chebe bread.

The texture is definitely a killjoy for some, I've never had Chebe not be chewy. but I don't really mind. you might find it only works for you in pizza or calzone format, the edge gets crispy and the insides aren't as tough because of the contact with the wet ingredients.

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