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Here Are 10 Food Items From Brazil That You Cannot Miss!

Few countries in the world offer a smorgasbord of experiences like Brazil, with its abundant natural wonders, unmatched biodiversity, and vibrant colonial towns with their unique cultural landscape. Visiting the country is like riding a rollercoaster with dizzying adventures and travel experiences at every turn. 

On the one hand, there are pristine white sand beaches, majestic waterfalls, the Amazonian rainforest, and breathtaking red-rock canyons while on the other, there’s the fascinating Rio Carnaval, scintillating nightlife, and exotic cuisine to overwhelm your senses. Brazilians have mastered the art of living the good life, and the country’s range of gastronomic delights goes to prove that their food is just as exciting. 

Along with other delectable dishes, Brazilian desserts immerse you into a world of sweet delights and flavors like no other. We are going to tell you 10 Brazilian food items that you must try when you are here. Read below to know more about the delicacies and take a shot.

Acai Brigadeiros

1. Brigadeiros

Brazil’s alternative to the chocolate truffle is Brigadeiros. This dessert is so simple to make that it is often rolled out at children’s parties nationwide. These are the sweet balls made by simmering condensed milk with cocoa powder, then whisking it with butter and rolling them into ball-shaped sweets. It has a simple recipe as any cake but tastes delicious. 

Acai

2. Acai

Acai is traditional in Brazil. It is a post-beach snack that you will never want to miss. It has got the status of a super-food in Brazil. Traditionally, it is eaten by the indigenous tribes as a source of energy and along with that, the purple berry is used as a cooking sauce for fish in Amazonian cooking. It is served as a sweet, gloopy, frozen sorbet, sometimes topped with granola and slices of banana, or whizzed up in juices. It can found in every café, bakery, juice bar, and supermarket across the country.

3. Beijinho de Coco:

When you translate this name into English, this will translate into the little kiss of coconut which is a perfect name for this mouth-sized dessert. It is made with condensed milk and butter mixture before it is rolled up and covered in coconut flakes.

4. Paçoca

Paçoca is sold in little cylinder shapes as a sweet. Think the peanut filling in Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, and that is pretty much the taste of paçoca.

5. Brazilian Chocolate:

These chocolates are different from others as they use a secret to make their chocolates unique. They add some almonds and Brazilian nuts to the batter of the chocolate.

Churros

6. Churros

This is a particular type of sweet that you will never forget once its surface touches your taste buds. This is prepared with wheat flour and water, turned into rolls with chocolate filled inside it, and then fried in vegetable oil. Soon after, sugar is sprinkled on it.

7. Romeu e Julieta:

Romeu e Julieta is a classic and traditional Brazilian dessert composed of 1 large slice of cheese (Romeu) and 1 large slice of guava paste sweet (Juliet). But before the perfection of flavor (cheese balances the guava sweet), the combination inspired the gastronomic universe and is used in numerous versions of pies, ice cream, jams, mousses, sweet pizzas, among others.

8. Tapioca pancakes

This crispy Brazilian dessert is prepared from tapioca flour and is popular street food in Brazil. The fillings inside the pancake that include chocolate, condensed milk, and strawberries that makes it even better.

9. Bolo de Rolo:

Simply put, this is a Brazilian roll cake painstakingly prepared with numerous fine layers of cake alternated with delicious fruit filling. This exquisite sweet delicacy from the north-eastern coast of Pernambuco in Brazil is traditionally prepared with rich guava paste between the thin sheets of cake.

10. Cocada:

It is made with eggs and shredded coconut. It is a highly popular street food sold all over Brazil. Other variants include the cocada cremosa with a pudding-like creamy texture as well as cocada de Corte that uses condensed milk instead of water. Other fruits or colors are added to lend variety and color to this delectable coconut dessert. Whole or chopped almonds are often used for garnishing.

We have walked you through the 10 best desserts that you cannot miss when you are in Brazil. We suggest you try all the 10 sweets mentioned above so that you won’t regret missing the best desserts in the world. Enjoy desserts!

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