These little gems are poppable cheesy, chewy goodness with just a hint of jalepeño flavor. Traditionally, Brazillian cheese bread, aka Pão de Queijo, is made with fermented Tapioca flour, but I only had arrowroot flour on hand and personally think that it’s easier to digest than Tapicoa, so that’s what I used. Sometimes the bread is kneaded, sometimes it is thick. This version is a more liquidy batter that is quickly buzzed up in the blender. The best part is that you can make the batter ahead of time and store it in the refrigerator in a jar for up to a week. This makes it quick and easy to make a last minute addition to dinner or a quick snack.