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Chebe Bread Sticks Garlic & Onion Mix- gluten, wheat, casein, lactose, yeast, soy, corn, potato, & MSG Free

Posted on | May 16, 2007 | 3 Comments

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I purchased this 7.5 ounce bag of Chebe Garlic & Onion Breadstick Mix at my local natural foods store for $3.19. The bag makes 6 nice sized breadsticks.

To prepare the mix, you need to add oil, eggs, and water. I mixed the dough by hand and rolled it out into individual breadsticks. I found the dough to be sticky at first, but after working with it they kept their shape fairly well.

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These breadsticks are best when eaten warm and fresh from the oven. They have a yummy onion and garlic aroma that is reflected in the taste as well. The flavors balanced well and were just right. The texture is soft and chewy- very satisfying and a nice change from rice flour based products. These would be a great addition to any salad or meal. I have already purchased them a few times and wasn’t disappointed. Click HERE for additional nutritional and prep information

Pros: great aroma and flavor, nice & chewy, good texture

Cons: from prep to table took 45 minutes- it’s not a quick and easy addition to a meal.

Rating: 4 stars

Chebe Garlic-Onion Gluten-Free Bread Stick Mix

Chebe Garlic-Onion Gluten-Free Bread Stick Mix

Ingredients: Manioc (tapioca) flour, modified manioc starch (100% manioc), salt, onion flakes, minced garlic

Where Can I buy Chebe Breadsticks?:

Chebe.com

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Comments

3 Responses to “Chebe Bread Sticks Garlic & Onion Mix- gluten, wheat, casein, lactose, yeast, soy, corn, potato, & MSG Free”

  1. Carol Anderson
    May 18th, 2011 @ 2:11 pm

    For a quick addition to a gluten-free meal, Chebe makes a bread stick that is frozen. It is not onion-garlic flavored but it is delicious (and fast). I like to mix up a little bowl of olive oil with garlic powder and dip my bread sticks in it.

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  3. Karen
    April 28th, 2012 @ 6:33 am

    My boyfriend and I took the Chebe breadstick mix and made pizza with it. We’re Paleo, so we didn’t do the cheese into the dough mixture. What turned out…was simply amazing! We finally found a Paleo pizza that isn’t dirty tasting. (Like the other three almond flour and coconut flour recipes we tried…to our horror….and displeased palates.) This is chewy, crunchy, and toothsome, just like “real” pizza crust. It was seriously amazing. :) I highly recommend trying it. We can now make bread, rolls (for sammies), breadsticks, fajitas, “pasta”…all out of this….and NOT cheat on Paleo because it abides all the “rules”. We couldn’t be more thrilled. Today we’re making Calzones. Can’t friggin wait.

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