This Brazilian Brigadeiro Recipe is SO EASY! | SWEET TOOTH

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This chocolate Brazilian brigadeiro recipe is a person of the easiest desserts I have at any time produced with only 3 elements. Best of all they taste PHENOMENAL and are straightforward to customise- a excellent sweet treat for functions or an following supper select me up with a espresso!
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  1. Woowoo

    could you leave it in the fridge overnight or would it firm up too much?

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  2. Adibah Kahar

    Can we replace condensed milk with sweatened creamer?

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  3. ez92

    Made these today, and they are delicious! Thank you for the recipe!

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  4. NightOwl_30

    We tend to butter up our hands before rolling them so it doesn't stick to the hand.

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  5. HJ K

    Are you Brazilian?

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  6. Marya Love

    (: It is one of the most delicious treats!!!!! 😚

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  7. Marya Love

    (: You can never have just five of them … lol … ☺

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  8. Marya Love

    (: When you don't have pistachios, almonds or walnuts will do … Or you can do a mix of all three!!!!! … ☺

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  9. Marya Love

    (: The "chilling" helps alot … It makes it alot easier to form them!!!!! … ☺

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  10. Marya Love

    (: Thank You!!!!! … 😚

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  11. Zahid sajida Ayubi

    Hello..
    Made this delicious recipe yesterday and I was just so so good…..
    Thanks 😊 👍🏻

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  12. polqueen oriyaru

    thanks for this recipe i want to try this 😍 looks like graham balls . too easy to make ♥️ looks yummy 😋

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  13. B C

    As you said Brigadeiro, the O on the end is pronounced as a U.

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  14. Adriana Menezes de Moura Polari

    I put milk cream too to make it less sweet and more creamy than sticky and cover with chocolate sprinkles instead.

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  15. polly mcmenamin

    I have a few ideas from reliable source …put butter on your hands to roll…for that xtra special put a strawberry inside …cocutnut or any other toppings are delicious too. My daughter-in-law (nora) is from Brazil. This is often a comfort food (pmt time) & is revered throuhout Brazil!

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  16. Mayara Motta

    Why am I watching how to make it? If I already know it. I am so proud of being brazilian 🇧🇷

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  17. Karin Finger Krause

    Very accurate! We have also a version with coconut: Beijinho.

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  18. Saira Waqas

    Love him ❤️

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  19. Алексей Амоков

    Thank you for the recipe!

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  20. O Jopa

    U better grease ur hand before rolling the little balls otherwise they’re gonna be a real problem on sticking to ur hands hehehe

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  21. Sofia Alves

    Brigadeiro is the best!! You made it perfect!! Thank you ❤️

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  22. Putri

    Omg this is so sinful… Sweet condensed milk, chocolate, coated with icing sugar. Have to try it one day

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  23. Paulo Sérgio Paulo Sérgio

    Congrats.

    Yep! Both recipe and accent are just great!

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  24. Paulo Sérgio Paulo Sérgio

    Congrats.

    Yep! Both recipe and accent are just great!

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  25. Eera Jjang

    Do u know making "brazilian carrot cake with their thick brigadeiro chocolate sauce" if that's the name. 😅I'm not brazilian, but i loooove their desert 🤤🤤

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  26. leicestergirl63

    These sound VERY sickly sweet (but maybe they taste better than they sound!). My mum made THE best choccy balls though and absolutely everyone who ate them went crazy for them. They're even a bit healthy(ish) because of oats and they're so easy to make: Melt butter & Golden Syrup over a low heat until melted together. Add rolled oats (enough to, when cooled, be able to form the mixture into balls) and cocoa. Take off the heat. Mix all that together and let it cool down. When cool enough, form into small'ish balls (between clean hands!) and then roll them in desiccated coconut, on a plate. Store in airtight containers in the fridge – or devour straightaway! They're so delicious.

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  27. Just Superb

    Plz mention measurements plzzz

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  28. izabel christina

    Iam Brazilians delicious

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  29. Douglas Sato

    Hi there! I am Brazilian and I grew up eating and making those delicious treats. Two things, traditionally we don’t roll the brigadeiros neither in powder sugar or cocoa powder. Traditionally it’s rolled in chocolate sprinkles. I also would suggest a more details explanation on how you actually cook it. This treat needs to be cooked until it’s no longer stick in the pot. Those are my suggestions.

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  30. Winston Smith

    Tried this twice now and the mix is stilö a bit runny, even after 2-3 hours in the fridge…definitely not as solid as in the video…kept to the amount just like in the recipe on the site…what am i doing wrong…? Btw – in the recipe it says 25g of butter but he seems to be adding more in the video…could that be it?

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  31. Katie

    I want to roll them in coconut flakes… it would be like reverse Bounty lol

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  32. Samantha D

    I might have to try this!!!😍😍😍 looks yummy 😋

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  33. My myzie

    You are so funny and entertaining. You make me smile with each video you make.

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  34. Carol Santos

    You said it quite right! If you cook a little less you got a Brigadeiro de Colher (Spoon brigadeiro), just let it cool down on a plate and share with someone. I would say to never stop mixing while on the stove, or it will burn and you get some sugar-candy-style pieces. It's good, but not what you are aiming for.
    Actually you made the fancy/gourmet version. Usually we use margarine (it's cheaper an everybody got it in the fridge) and i never used cocoa powder or actually powdered chocolate (this stuff is pretty expensive here, so it's a nope). We usually use something like Nesquik (in brazil, nesquik is only strawberry flavored, and for chocolate we got nescau).

    And it's a 1:2:3 recipe (1 can of condensed milk, 2 tablespoons of margarine and 3 tablespoons of nescau), so i would guess your mixture it's a little too flowy.

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    I truly believe the whole world should be able to eat brigadeiro. It's god sent and it should spread as His words.

    And try to roll it with a little bit of margarine in your hands… it won't stick and you will get a shiny perfect ball. And roll it on some sprinkles. It's a must on kid's birthdays parties. The coconut version is called Beijinho (little kiss) and is a little less sweet.

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  35. Adiba akter

    He says add " a little bit of butter" and then adds about 10-15 cubes of it
    Anyways, cavities are enjoying it!

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  36. Ari

    Would it be weird to coat the brigadeiros with matcha?

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