Brigadeiros are the most loved brazilian sweets and will win your heart in one bite!
Quindim is a succulent traditional Brazilian dessert originally from Portugal prepared with egg yolks, sugar and coconut.
"This is a dish of bold temptation and prompt surrender for carnivores" as told by chef Leticia Moreinos Schwartz! Leticia hails from Rio de Janeiro with an expertise in traditional Brazilian cuisine.
If you like meaty stews, Brazilian Feijoada might be your new favorite! Try this lightened up slow cooker Brazilian Feijoada recipe from Panning The Globe.
Feijoada is the national dish of Brazil that can take a day or two to make. Here's a great recipe with ingredients easily found at any supermarket. With the help of a pressure cooker, it's as good a (Butter Beans Crockpot)
Brigadeiro is a traditional Brazilian dessert. If you like chocolate or fudge, this is for you!
24 Traditional Brazilian Foods You Need To Eat Right Now -- Most, if not all, of these would need a lot of real-food tweaks, but theyd be fun to try, especially for the World Cup this summer.
Authentic Brazilian Cheese Bread (Pão de Queijo) The most popular Brazilian snack is gluten free and loaded with gooey cheese. You'll be hooked!
Brazilian French Toast (rabanada) is a dessert or afternoon snack soaked in flavored milk, coated in beaten eggs, fried, and sprinkled with sugar-cinnamon.
Feijão Tropeiro (Brazilian Beans with Sausage and Collard Greens) - Olivia's Cuisine