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I've never made the Chebe bread, but have read a few post from you all on it. My grade level is doing lunch together tomorrow. I want to bring a gluten-free bread for everyone to try with the salads they are planning (I'm bringing my own because of CC issues). I won't feel so left out this time around. Last time they made taco soup(not gluten-free) and 8 layer bars. So, I picked up some Chebe bread mix and was wondering if those who make it go strickly by the directions, or change it up a bit. Do you like it as balls or stricks? I thought of make some gluten-free bisquick, bisquits with cheese as well, but didn't really want to use shortening. Thanks! I was going make gluten-free brownies, but someone is making homemade pond cake and I didn't think they'd pass that up.

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I've never made the Chebe bread, but have read a few post from you all on it. My grade level is doing lunch together tomorrow. I want to bring a gluten-free bread for everyone to try with the salads they are planning (I'm bringing my own because of CC issues). I won't feel so left out this time around. Last time they made taco soup(not gluten-free) and 8 layer bars. So, I picked up some Chebe bread mix and was wondering if those who make it go strickly by the directions, or change it up a bit. Do you like it as balls or stricks? I thought of make some gluten-free bisquick, bisquits with cheese as well, but didn't really want to use shortening. Thanks! I was going make gluten-free brownies, but someone is making homemade pond cake and I didn't think they'd pass that up.

That's pound cake ;)

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I don't have any info on the bread but the Bisquick biscuits with cheese in them are so good! I would go ahead and make the brownies anyway. People love chocolate and that way you will have something too. There are some great recipes using the bisquick and the brownies on the Betty Crocker gluten free site.

Tell me more about this bread..What brand is it? Is in in a box or what?

thx!

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Here's another option that's super easy google this : Easy Brazilian cheese bread

Ditto on making the brownies, I would never say no to a brownie over pound cake :

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I think I would go for the sticks, with younger people, sort of like pizza bread sticks. For the first time on anything I tend to stick with the directions on the box to see what happens. Of course, I am immediately thinking olive oil, rosemary, and parmesan for the chebe for italian breadsticks. Ignore me. ;)

Chebe (chee bee) is a packaged instant bread mix for making Brazilian cheese biscuit- breads. It's tapioca flour and leavening, and you add cheese and egg. They also have a website with a lot of different recipes.

I have tried doing completely homemade tapioca type bun balls, from scratch, and this is one of those things where I am not so hot with results. I have made pretty good almond cheese bread. Again, calories. Sigh. :o

I like the Pamela's mix better than the Bisquik. This weekend I was very excited to see a big bag of Pamela's on sale, snagged it, and I cannot believe my husband, who is like, what do you need this for. Unbelievable. Look how good the price is on this. Look how far we are from the store. Look, dude, not EVERYBODY EVERYTIME wants to mix 3 to 5 kinds of flour together and grind something. Give me a break even if I am constantly doing this for fun. Next time you whine "what kind of flour should I use, here's yours." See, in the pretty Pamela bag for sweet, or use the sorghum mixture for salted. Gah !

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Thanks for the replies! I made them in balls...my fellow teachers are my age and them eating gluten-free is new enough, so I didn't throw any other stuff on them :) Trust me..this crew would take homemade pound cake over gluten-free brownies! This cake is famous! I also made a bread using the bisquick, fresh chive, bacon and cheddar. My DD loved them both. I baked from the heart and want to share my world...I'll let you know how it goes.

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You ought to try the Black Bean Flourless Brownies.

I was tinkering with that last week, and The Doubting Spouse spies the bean can on the counter. "What's that for ?"

"It's in the brownies."

"No."

"Yes. It's a crossover recipe. Everybody loves this."

"No."

"Wait until you try it before saying that. The reviews are all good."

"It sounds horrible."

"Yeah, well, so do a lot of things that you like."

http://www.food.com/recipe/black-bean-brownies-gluten-free-255239

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You ought to try the Black Bean Flourless Brownies.

I was tinkering with that last week, and The Doubting Spouse spies the bean can on the counter. "What's that for ?"

"It's in the brownies."

"No."

"Yes. It's a crossover recipe. Everybody loves this."

"No."

"Wait until you try it before saying that. The reviews are all good."

"It sounds horrible."

"Yeah, well, so do a lot of things that you like."

http://www.food.com/recipe/black-bean-brownies-gluten-free-255239

Will check into it..thanks! Some loved my gluten-free breads..others not so much and that's okay....I shared my world and I'm happy with it!

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