The History of CheeseBis and Brazilian Cheese Bread


CheeseBis are yummy wheat and gluten free bread that are great for individuals with gluten intolerance or Celiac disease. This began in Brazil hence the name Brazilian Cheese Bread. They are good served plain or served with a marinara sauce. There is assortment made by adding different herb seasonings like Italian seasoning or replacing other types of cheeses for the Parmesan.

Ready to bake

This Brazilian Cheese Bread or CheeseBis come ready to bake. These are the perfect cheese bread snacks – fluffy and tasty.

Brida’s family

The Brida’s family had a dream of wanting to make the best cheese bread in the USA. Their dream turned into reality as they began their own company Everest Food Company. This couple began to offer CheeseBis which many consider being the most fun and tasty cheese bread that many will ever eat.

Only 20 minutes

You fix them quickly by baking in a preheated oven to 400 degrees. Don’t microwave and do not thaw before baking as this is not necessary. Space the CheeseBis 1 inch apart using a baking sheet that is lined with parchment paper. They should be baked for about 20 minutes or until golden. Then they are ready to eat – enjoy each one.

African slaves

Like any other great foods in the Western Hemisphere, it is rooted in the culinary conceptions of slaves from Africa. They were often deprived of any ‘edible’ cuts of any animal and vegetable. Regarding the animal, the head, tail, stomach was just discarded as being unusable for the landowners to eat. These slaves having mouths to feed, used the discards.


 The slaves also took manioca root plant; currently known in US Supermarkets as tapioca. The residue of these roots made a fine white powder, of starch. The slaves took this residue, made into balls and then bake them. No milk or cheese was added at this time in history. But later in Brazil cheese or milk was added and this became Brazilian Cheese Bread.