Chebe Gluten Free Cinnamon Roll-Ups Mix - 7.5 oz. (212g)
With Chebe scrumptious rolls, it's every man, woman and child for him and herself – regardless of whether they’re the ones eating gluten-free! The hard part is keeping them on the plate long enough to serve! Great for holiday treats, breakfasts, or desserts!
- Enjoy Sweet Gluten Free Cinnamon Rolls
- Great for Holiday Treats, Breakfasts, or Desserts
- Gluten Free, Soy free*, Corn Free*, Rice Free, Potato Free*, Yeast Free, Peanut Free, Tree Nut Free*, Egg free, & Iodine Free
*Made on shared equipment with this ingredient (under strict cleaning process/allergen control program)
Frequently Asked Questions
What is manioc?
Manioc is a sub-tropical plant with a tuber-type root. The root is what is processed for the many food products that are derived from this plant. Manioc is also known as cassava, yucca, and tapioca. Yes, tapioca pudding comes from the manioc root!
Chebe uses “modified” manioc starch. How is the manioc changed?
The modification is a change to the chemical structure of the manioc/tapioca so it will bind to the wet and dry ingredients. In short, it alters the structure of the components of the starch. If the structure was not altered, you would have to heat everything to get it to bind, similar to cold milk and cold butter, which do not mix together unless you heat them. The modification is not adding or subtracting to the starch. In the end, it is still 100% manioc, just the structure is changed.
Are your products GMO free?
Are you certified kosher?
Five of Chebe dry mixes are OU Kosher Certified (status: pareve). These are: All-Purpose mix, Cinnamon Roll mix, Focaccia mix, Garlic-Onion Breadstick mix, and Pizza Crust mix.
Their Original Cheese Bread mix is not kosher certified nor is their line of frozen, oven-ready dough.
What is the difference between wheat and gluten?
Gluten is the protein found in grains. The family of grain that causes most people problems is that of wheat, barley, and rye. If one has gluten intolerance or celiac disease, then all products with wheat, barley, and rye must be avoided.
Wheat is a grass. If one is allergic only to wheat and not to gluten in general, then only products with wheat need to be avoided.
What can we use as a substitute for oil?
Use equal amounts of butter or margarine. If you cannot have butter or margarine, other consumers have had luck substituting yogurt or applesauce, although we cannot guarantee these substitutions will work.
Chebe is yeast free. How does it rise?
The expansion of the dough is primarily caused by the eggs.
I baked the frozen Chebe Rolls and they did not rise at all. What happened?
Several things could have happened. It may be that the frozen dough was thawed and refrozen too often. This can cause problems in the oven. It may also be that the product is past its Better By date. Even though the product remains in the freezer the whole time, it still has a limited shelf life. These are two common reasons, though there are other variables that may play into such results.
What is Chebe’s shelf life?
The Better By date for their dry mixes is 18 months from the date of production. The Better By date for their frozen is 6 months from the date of production. These dates are printed on the bottom of each package’s back panel.
A package got lost in my cupboard and the expiration date has passed. Is it safe to eat this product?
The dry ingredients generally do not go bad right at the expiration date. To ensure the product’s longevity, it is best to keep the product in its airtight package at room temperature. Keeping it in a refrigerator or freezer does not hurt and may help extend the shelf life. To test if the product has expired, you can smell the opened package. If it has a sour or stale odor, then it should not be used.
Delicious By Nature
It was 1999 when Chebe decided to bring to the U.S. the great tasting bread they enjoyed while living in Brazil. Even though it was naturally gluten free, they didn’t make a big deal about it until they got loads of mail from gluten-intolerant customers.
The message was simple: customers loved that Chebe bread was full of flavor without an aftertaste. Today, all their dry mixes and frozen breads prove that gluten free can taste great. Give Chebe a try. They think you’ll agree that it’s delicious by nature.