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KarenG mentioned heating up frozen Chebe's breadsticks in her toaster oven. I don't have one and don't have room in my galley kitchen for another appliance.

Frozen pre-cooked Chebe breadsticks can be plopped in a standard toaster (my setting is at 3) and they come out pefect!!!! :)

I made some of the breadsticks into knots, and two of those frozen knots fit into my toaster (so I'll be flattening future batches), and they turned out good, but a bit cool in the middle. (Im thinking a double toast would be good at a "2" and they'd be awesome for breakfast sanwiches or BLT's.

The toasted breadsticks/buns were so much better than UDI's, and the toasting really improved the texture of the bread. The best thing is that they were ready so quick, I actualy thought of this during our meal. :) "Do you want some bread, hon?" "That would be great!"

Just thought this could help someone else, so wanted to share.

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Thanks!

I do have an oven toaster (no slice vertical one, though).

I am liking Chebe so far. I really like the focaccia bread, as does hubby. FYI I think they serve it at The Ritz Carlton for gluten-free guests!!!

I tried the pizza crust and I think I undercooked it but it was still ok. And FAST. Bought a pizza pan (holes in it) today so may try again soon.

Have the breadstick and rolls box but haven't tried it yet.

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I bought the focacciia mix but have't tried it yet. The local HF store had Chebe's on sale for $2.29 last week! (I stocked up.)

Good luck with your holy pizza pan. I find it best to stick it on a lower oven rack for (still trying to determine the right amount of time, but I think it's 2/3 the time, then rotate it and move it to the top of the oven for the remainer 1/3 baking time. I use the holy pizza pan for the breadsticks and rolls, I think you'll be happy with your purchase.

And designate AN oven mitt or use a dish towel to cushion your fingers, or just suck it up and turn the breadsticks over miday through baking. (I know you're wondering why I don't use tongs, but they haven't worked thus far.

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I love the flavor of Chebe bread. When I was a little girl, we brought nickels and pennies to Sunday School for the poor children in South America who had no bread. They had to eat bread made from manioc flour. I want my money back! That's good stuff.

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Thanks!

I do have an oven toaster (no slice vertical one, though).

I am liking Chebe so far. I really like the focaccia bread, as does hubby. FYI I think they serve it at The Ritz Carlton for gluten-free guests!!!

I tried the pizza crust and I think I undercooked it but it was still ok. And FAST. Bought a pizza pan (holes in it) today so may try again soon.

Have the breadstick and rolls box but haven't tried it yet.

We reheated frozen cooked pizza today in the oven. It was good, but I tought outloud that next time I'd try reducing the amount of chese in the crust. DP thought it was fabulous, but he likes everything, and said it was like a New York crust. I think next time I make the crust I'll use 1/2 vs. 1 cup of cheese. It was good, but the crust was moist in the midddle (so I think DB made that up about NY).

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