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Chimayo Chile Cheese Bread Mix (Case of 12)

Regular price $74.99 USD
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Only Available in a Full Case of 12 Due to High Demand! 

A cheesy blend of wholesome grains, herbs, southwest spices, and red chile come together to make the perfect Chimayo Chile Cheese Bread. Each box contains everything you need, including easy-to-follow instructions, to make 1 delicious loaf. 


Enriched flour (wheat flour, malted barley flour, niacin, iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin), red chile powder, sugar, baking powder (baking soda, corn-starch, calcium phosphate), tomato powder, cheddar cheese powder (cheddar cheese, cultured milk, salt, enzymes), partially hydrogenated soybean oil, buttermilk, salt, sodium phosphate, citric acid, annato lactic acid, mustard flour, onion, spices, garlic.

Nutritional info

Contains Vitamin A and C, along with Iron.

How to Purchase In-Store

Want to grab Chimayo Chile Cheese Bread Mix (Case of 12) on your next grocery store run?

Thank you for the support! We couldn't make any of our products without customers like you. Find our products in New Mexico grocery stores such as:

  • Albertson's
  • Smith's
  • Sprout's Farmers Market
  • Lowe's Corner Market
  • FoodKing

If you don't find what you are looking for, the best thing to do (and this helps us out more than you'll ever know) is to smile and ask the store manager nicely to carry more products from Cibolo Junction!

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Shanda Helm
bland - something missing to these!

I figured I'd try to make them even better (thinking positively & assuming they'd be good on their own) but even after adding extra shredded cheese, olives and freeze dried spices of everything listed in the ingredient list, as well as one egg, 1 tsp avocado oil and 1 cup whole milk, they came out just the most bland muffin I have ever tasted in my life! What is missing from these I don't know - salt maybe? more cheese flavor maybe? I have no clue but I ended up putting some butter and jelly on them and that was ok - an improvement but otherwise worth throwing out. So tomorrow I'm going to try to salvage them by making some bread pudding out of them by adding in some sweetener and fruit and eggs and more milk - yeah that is how bland they are, that you could add all of these things and it would not taste weird beings that these are supposed to have a chili cheese flavor - no they don't.

John Wickard

don't know have used todate