quite a bit without


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I am watching "The Great British Bake off" and there is a line that I don't understand.
In a scene, two judges are eating Arlette that one of the participants made.
And the judge says,

"It's flaky and there's quite a bit without cinnamon."

What does "quite a bit without" mean?
Does this mean "not enough" or "a lot"?

Would someone explain please?

Thank you!
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