Brazi Bites: My tasty review

July 31, 2017

Hello readers and foodies,


I am always on the look out for new food and snack to fill stock my pantry and fridge. (Who isn't??!)  When I was politely asked to review Brazi Bites , I jumped at the chance. I need a new warm snack!


What exactly is a Brazi Bites? Simply put: A heavenly, delightful, and appetizing petite cheese bread ball. 

The product is packaged frozen ( be sure to look for it in the frozen section at your local grocery store), making  it is easy to load your freezer with multiple packages of your favorite flavor: Original, garlic asiago, nitrate-free bacon, or jalapeno pepper jack. Cooking these delicious babies up is easy-peasy, pop 'em on a parchment paper-line sheet tray, and in the oven they go. Hot, fresh, and cheesey bread straight from your oven? Yes, you can!


Even better news for us, Pacific Northwest food fanatics and cooks: Brazi Bites will be at Eastside/Seattle Costco stores by this weekend.
Don't have a Costco membership and want to still try out Brazi Bites, Seattle and Bellevue peeps? Click here to find retailers.


My favorite thing about  food is the story, background and memories from it. Not only does Brazi Bites have an alluring story, they were featured on  ABC's Shark Tank. Shark Tank is a refreshing reality show that helps self made millionaires invest in today's hottest new products and businesses.


My favorite ways to eat Brazi bites? There are too many to count! I like to eat 'em plain while watching the Seahawks, make mini pulled pork sliders for a filling appetizer, dip 'em in my tomato basil soup after a killer yoga session, or set a bunch out with homemade dips during any holiday gathering.  What couldn't you do with these little balls of goodness???!


Of course, Brazi bites won't hit your waistline or diet hard: they are naturally gluten free, soy free, sugar free, and a NON-GMO product. A perfect food for us Pacific Northwesten-ers. 

That is it, folks: pick up a bag for a new gluten-free snack to add to your dinners, celebrations, or family gatherings. Buy 'em at your local Costco, or any grocery store, in the frozen section.  Interested in more info? Click here.

Happy cooking,


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