Brazil is famous for its pão de queijo -cheese rolls with soft chewy centers. These traditional snacks and breakfast treats come from the state of Minas Gerias in southeastern Brazil. Pão de queijo is made with cassava flour (tapioca flour), the ground root of the manioc plant. Like many other Brazilian foods, this cheese bread originated with African slaves, who would first soak and peel the cassava root before making the bread.
Sold in half dozen batches.
Tapioca flour, milk, butter, egg, cheese.