If you're looking for the perfect dinner roll to accompany your next big meal, look no further than Trader Joe's new Brazilian Style Cheese Bread.
Bakers in Brazil have long used the locally-grown cassava root (now commonly call tapioca) as the main starch for making airy wheat-free bread. When cheese is added to their bread, it's commonly known in Brazil as the delicacy 'pao de queijo.' Now, consumers in the states can also enjoy this tasty take on a cheese bun in the form of Trader Joe's new Brazilian Style Cheese Bread. Made from a combination of tapioca flour and parmesan cheese, these frozen cheese buns are light, airy, and deliciously cheesy. Best of all, they're completely gluten-free because they are made from tapioca flour instead of wheat.
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