Pao De Queijo (Brazilian Cheese Bread)

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This scrumptious Brazilian Cheesy Bread takes me all but two minutes to make in the blender! It's a perfect grab n go snack, and it's gluten free! I hope you all enjoy this addictive recipe. Play around with cheeses and spices. Not only is this a lovely dinner roll to accompany a meal but it can also substitute all of your roll and bun needs. * I like to use it for burgers. Click above to watch the full tutorial video.

Preheat Oven 400 degrees

Recipe:

1 1/5 C Tapioca Flour

2/3 C Milk ( I use whole or 2%)

1/3 C Olive oil or melted butter

1/2 C to 3/4 C Cheese (extra sharp cheddar, smoked gouda, swiss, etc.)

1 egg

1 tbsp salt

1 tsp. of each (pepper, paprika, garlic & onion powder, dill)

You'll also need:

Muffin Tin

Blender

Step 1: Blend

Start off by pulsing the cheese only in the blender until it's chopped into small pieces. Add the rest of the ingredients including spices and herbs to the blender starting with wet ingredients and ending with dry. Blend until smooth.

Grease a muffin tin with olive oil well. This should make about a dozen rolls. Fill each cup up about half way and bake for 8-10 minutes.

Step 2: That's It!

When eaten straight out of the oven they'll be a gummy like consistency which some will enjoy. I prefer to let them cool for at least 5 minutes. By then they have a little bit of stability but will still have that slightly chewy pull-apart consistency that I love.

Store them in an air tight container and reheat as needed. Enjoy!

Watch the tutorial and subscribe to the channel for more easy and delicious meal ideas.

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    rockhound24

    1 year ago

    These are so good! I cut the salt in half because I used Parmesan which is very salty. My husband asks for these every weekend. Thanks for the recipe!

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    RecipeRemix

    1 year ago

    Wow, looks so good.

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    relbatto

    1 year ago

    wonderful share, and your easy bake method is truly wondrous. I have known for years that my blender accepts mason jars, but seeing you use the smoothie dealie brought it back.i use tapioca flour to make a kind of transparent pie and have a lot left.

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    4DIYers

    1 year ago

    Looking at food late at night I don't think is a good mix lol. Looks amazing!

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    Swansong

    1 year ago

    Those look delicious :)