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Love brigadeiros? Then you will ADORE these brigadeiro recipe variations!
Brigadeiro is by far our favorite sweet. Here in Brazil, we are always looking for an excuse to make these delicious fudge truffles.
While most people serve them at children’s parties, we also prepare these sweets for various other situations, including office parties or a bad PMS—brigadeiro is perfect for that period of the month. I can speak from experience.
Easy brigadeiro variations
Anyway, these brigadeiros I will talk about are delicious and easy to make. For most of them, I used three ingredients only: sweetened condensed milk, butter, and an ingredient to add flavor.
You may not know, but sweetened condensed milk is a fundamental part of Brazilian cuisine. We use it in many dessert recipes, from cakes to puddings to tapioca.
We also use it together with some fruits to prepare delicious tropical cocktails too. It might sound weird, but trust me, these drinks are delicious!
That being said, for the sake of keeping this article focused, let’s talk about its use in brigadeiros.
In today’s article, I will talk about the most delicious brigadeiro gourmet I’ve tried so far.
I promise to keep this list up-to-date with the new recipes and flavors I discover in my kitchen, or who knows, in my grandma’s recipe book–she has loads of recipes that are new even to me.
Looking for delicious brigadeiro recipe variations? Read on!
Brigadeiro Recipe Variations
Here, you will find my best (and favorite) brigadeiro recipe variations.
Featuring lemon brigadeiros, strawberry brigadeiros, chocolate brigadeiros, coconut brigadeiros, and even a pumpkin version of these delicious Brazilian fudge truffles.
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