The delicious Brazilian cheese bread recipe comes from the Minas Gerais region in Southeastern Brazil.
Cheese bread has been known since the 18th century and is still a great addition to a cup of coffee at any time.
Cheese Bread Story
It is rumored that this kind of bread appeared on farms where the quality of the wheat flour was poor and was being replaced by tapioca starch. Later, the cooks started adding cheese to the dough and baking on wood stoves, now called cheese bread.
Brazilian Breads not only follow the classic recipe for our authentic Brazilian cheese bread, but we also bake it with other natural ingredients to add distinct flavors and take the delightful finger food to more meals and occasions.
Brazilian cheese bread is made with tapioca flour and is naturally gluten-free.
Summer or winter, rain or shine, Brazilian cheese bread is here to make a perfect day for you!
Follow Brazilian traditions and enjoy it with black coffee, hot chocolate, soda, juice, tea or beer!
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