Chebe Gluten Free, Soy Free Cinnamon Rolls

I apologize for no new posts recently, life got busy! Hopefully this makes it up to you…

If you don’t know Chebe, they are a traditional Brazilian recipe of allergy friendly foods…my favorite of their products is their cinnamon roll mix.

Seriously, this mix is amazing for taste and the entire allergy community: gluten free, soy free, corn free, rice free, potato free, yeast free, peanut and tree nut free, lactose/casein free (shared processing with good protocols), iodine free, non GMO, Kosher certified, and can be egg free! Phew, isn’t that amazing??

So what is in them? Just Manioc (tapioca) flour, evaporated cane juice, modified manioc starch, cinnamon, iodine-free sea salt.

Chebe Cinnamon Rolls GF box

They are also easy to make–just add a little oil, 2 eggs, and mix cinnamon, brown sugar, and butter for the filling.

Chebe Cinnamon Rolls GF

These don’t fluff large like a batch with yeast or traditional gluten rolls, but the ooey-gooey yummy flavor is every bit as good as you can imagine!

Be sure to follow the directions on the box about baking them in cupcake liners (I prefer the If You Care brand that’s unbleached) and turning them upside down when you take them out–it ensures ideal coverage of the cinnamon-sugar-butter icing/filling.

The only catch with this great product might be finding it: while your local store may carry it (I have seen it in Whole Foods and Kroger), I buy it from Vitacost.com. They have many gluten free products and free shipping over $49.

*This is only my own personal opinion, the companies have not compensated me in any way.