This week I was given the opportunity to try a tasty bite sized snack called Brazi Bites. These are also known as cheese bread snacks in the form of balls. Brazi Bites are gluten-free, made of all natural ingredients, and ready to bake for your convenience. They come in three different flavors including Original, Fire Roasted Jalapenos, and Bacon. The ingredients are simple and the prep is effortless. After 20 minutes in the oven you have a crunchy on the outside, fluffy on the inside, bursting ball of flavor. Eat them as is or break them open and stuff them with your favorite cheese or hummus! They can even be used to dip into a hot bowl of soup or accompany a Summer time salad.
I thought these were going to be a solution to the temptation of eating a whole loaf of bread because of their mini portions. I was wrong. You really cannot stop eating these at just one, even two. Addicting is an understatement and I came to this conclusion after just trying the original flavor. I couldn’t wait to try the Brazy Bites with jalapeno and bacon too. Bread is one of those things I can never turn my back to. Then you add cheese to the mix and it’s all down hill from there. I could live off bread and making it cheesy is just the icing on the cake for me.
Besides these being extremely easy to make, I love the texture of these little bread balls. The lump of dough puffs up beautifully in the oven and gives the outside a really nice crunchy texture. Once you bite into your Brazi Bite you are welcomed with a soft chewy center. The cheesy flavors aren’t powerful either. They’re actually faint and that’s what I like about them. After baking they end up being the ideal size for little hands and tummies. Toodie had these for a snack last night while watching Frozen and when I came back to check on her they were all gone! That’s a first considering most of her food ends up going straight to the dogs when she is finished with it. I guess she wasn’t willing to share her Brazi Bites this time around.
For more information on Brazi Bites and the history behind this cheesy ball of wonders, you can visit their website here. You can now find them in the freezer section at Sprouts and Whole Foods stores across the United States.
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Disclosure: I received samples of Brazi Bites to facilitate this post. All opinions are my own.