Brazilian sweets trends- what's eating in Brazil

Brazilian sweets trends- what's eating in Brazil

The world's a very big place which means there's so many different foods out there that we haven't tried, especially desserts. So while the weather is getting cool, let's take a trip to warm and sunny Brazil for some amazing sweets.

Brigadeiros


This Brazilian delicacy that is composed of condensed milk, powdered chocolate, butter and chocolate sprinkles.

Find the recipe at Manna and Quail


Rabanada


A Christmas dessert that is the Brazilian version of French Toast

Find the recipe at Flavors of Brazil


Pave de Cafe

Brazilian pave de cafe dessert. Layers of cream, coffee and sponge cookies.:

Brazilian Coffee Cake

Find the recipe at SaborIntenso


Sonhos

Sonhos--Portuguese for dreams--are Brazil's addictive doughnuts that are dusted with powdered sugar or drizzled in syrup.:

Mini Brazilian donuts are sprinkled with powdered sugar and drizzled in syrup.

Get the recipe at Leites Culinaria


Black Cocada or Cocada Blancas

"black cocada" - Brazilian sweet made with brown sugar and slightly burnt coconut.:

Brazilian sweets made with brown sugar and slightly burnt coconut.

Get the recipe at Erica Dinho


Cornstarch Guava Cookies

Brazilian guava thumbprint cookies.:

Cookies made of Brazilian cornstarch with guava jam in the middle

Get the recipe from Pam B


Doce de Abobora

Doce de Abóbora - Brazilian pumpkin dessert (made with cabocha squash, usually).:

Brazilian pumpkin dessert (made with cabocha squash, usually)

Get the recipe from Technicolor Kitchen