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Chebe cinnamon discs with toasted almonds and brown sugar

September 28, 2009

no, these are not cookies, they are cinnamon discs!

Chebe baking mixes are made in a dedicated gluten-free facility and free of the following items:

–          Gluten free

–          Wheat free

–          Tree nut free

–          Peanut free

–          Yeast free

–          Corn free

–          Soy free

–          Potato free

–          Rice free

–          Lactose and casein free (except for the original Chebe bread mix)

–          No GMO’s

–          MSG free

Now you might be wondering, what does this taste like since it is free of all grains? Surprisingly it taste great and is very versatile also. They have several baking mixes such as the original bread, all-purpose, foccaia, garlic-onion bread, pizza crust and the cinnamon rolls which I decided to make today.

As with all recipes, it is fun to add your own twist on the ingredients to make the recipe your own. The standard Chebe recipe calls for the Chebe bread mixture blended together with oil, 1 large egg and water (or milk). It’s as simple as that! I decided to add a couple other items I thought would make it stand out. The smell from the oven was fantastic and the result was even better. They have wonderful flavor, texture and are surprisingly filling. Chebe mixes are currently found at People’s Rx, Whole Foods, HEB and Central Market. I suggest you go buy some today. You will become addicted to their light and fluffy taste.

What you will need:

1 bag Chebe cinnamon roll mix

1 small Gala apple, diced super thin in food processor (or you may use 3 tablespoons apple sauce)

2 tablespoons macadamia nut oil (or canola oil, coconut oil)

4 tablespoons almond breeze milk

Brown sugar, to sprinkle on top of discs

Handful of almonds, chopped for topping of discs


Preheat oven to 350 degrees

Mix all ingredients above in a large bowl

Form dough into small disc shaped patties (no more than 1 inch high)

Lie on greased cookie sheet and top with brown sugar and almonds

Cook in oven for 20-30 minutes.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. September 29, 2009 11:53 pm



  2. October 16, 2009 12:00 am


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