How I Play with Chebe Mix
I have to say I'm having a blast coming up with new ways to
use this Chebe All Purpose Mix. Now most
of you know I'm not a fan of mixes. Most
have ingredients I can't eat so I'm learning how to bake on my own. But I have found that this mix is very
affordable, easy to work with, has multiple uses, tastes great, love the texture
and I can eat it. So far everything I've
made with it has turned out great.
I buy mine at Whole Foods and I've seen it at other larger
chains. If you can't find it locally
it's in my Shop. If you purchase it
there, thank you for the tiny tip Amazon gives me. Right now it's listed for $2.33 a bag for a
pack of 8. Yes, you'll want 8 of these
but if you're not sure grab a group of your favorite gluten free friends and
So here are a few ways I've been using this mix.
Heart shaped rolls for Valentine's Day.
Bunnies are coming for Easter.
Jamaican Beef Patties
Pigs in a blanket
Follow the directions on the package for the mix. When making rolls or buns roll the dough out
so it's about the thickness of your finger.
Use a biscuit or cookie cutter to shape them. They will only take a little longer to bake.
For the calzones get creative with the filling. Sautéed vegetables, a little protein and a
little marinara and you are good to go.
I like to give both the rolls and calzones an egg wash and sprinkle with
Jamaican Beef Patties are basically a calzone with ground
beef and Jerk seasoning. Pizza you can
top with what you enjoy and pot pies are whatever your favorite filling would
I hope everyone knows what Pigs in a
Blanket are but just in case they are hot dogs with dough wrapped around it
like a snake or in a fancy triangle shape like those crescent rolls. Bake them in the oven and the kids will
squeal with delight. Sorry, couldn't
I'm always looking for new ways to use this mix so if you have any please pass it along.