Desserts, sweets and treats

Desserts, sweets and treats

By
David Ponté, Lizzy Barber & Jamie Barber
Contains
12 recipes
Published by
Quadrille Publishing
ISBN
9781849493741
Photographer
Martin Poole

Brasilian desserts are a combination of traditional Portuguese puddings brought over during the colonisation, and indigenous Brasilian ingredients such as coconut, nuts and banana. Traditional dishes often have quirky and wonderfully descriptive names, such as 'anthill cake', which is flecked with chocolate, and 'hoping for a husband cake'.

Puddings are usually very sweet – many are made with condensed milk – and you’ll also find a variety of smaller candies that are great for children to make. The hot climate means that ice creams are available in abundance in a wide variety of flavours, including native Amazonian fruits.

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