Gluten-Free Empanadas, Rolls, and Smoothies at Cassava (Up to 51% Off)


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In a Nutshell

Bakers at the all gluten-free bakery craft rolls studded with bacon or chocolate or empanadas stuffed with meat, cheese, and veggies

The Fine Print

Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Not valid for sale items. For 2 dozen bake-at-home empanadas and 2 dozen bake-at-home casava rolls option, additional $0.20 charge per roll applies for cassava chocolate and bacon rolls. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose from Three Options

  • $15 for three Groupons, each valid for $10 worth of gluten-free empanadas, casava rolls, and smoothies, valid Sunday through Thursday (a $30 total value)
  • $15 for three Groupons, each valid for $10 worth of gluten-free empanadas, casava rolls, and smoothies, valid any day of the week (a $30 total value)
  • $39 for two dozen bake-at-home empanadas and two dozen bake-at-home casava rolls (a $79.90 value)
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Pão de Queijo, Pan de Yuca, and Pan de Bono. South Americans have many names for cassava cheese bread, but all of them mean the same thing: a gluten-free baked good made from the starchy cassava root. Thousands of miles north of the pasty's homeland, the bakers at Cassava masterfully bake the lush, flaky rolls, pulled fresh out the oven every half hour. They make these treats in their dedicated gluten-free facility, ensuring no contaminants make their way into the rolls studded with bits of bacon, white cheddar and jalapenos, or creamy chocolate. They also use their cassava-based dough to make gluten-free empanadas, stuffed with roasted veggies, bacon and eggs, or classic beef and cheddar.

Chefs serve both of these baked goods straight from the counter, or prepare frozen treats that can be taken to-go and baked at home. When eating in house, they recommend pairing rolls with the house's gluten-free soups or their European-style hot chocolate blended with raspberries or chiles, which was named one of Timeout Chicago's 100 Best Things We Ate or Drank in 2010. Chefs also blend up smoothies from one-third of a pound of fruit along with probiotic Greek yogurt, using only the fruit's natural sweetness to create a treat healthier than chocolate-covered vitamins.

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