Laura Homet

crafts lover, foodie & passionate traveller



[PUBLISHED & trending 1st in Culinary & 35th overall] Love sweets? Learn how to make brazilian Brigadeiro

Hi everyone,

Just wanted to share my excitement with you, as my first class is trending in the 1st place in the Culinary section and 35th overall! :)

It might not be much for some of you, but for me is really a huge achievement! Thanks to all of you out there: to everyone who helped me during the publishing phase and to each of the students who enrolled in my class! :) Take care!!



I'm so glad to say my class is finally published! Yay! Struggled a bit but finally managed to publish it within the October Challenge.

Feel free to enroll here.

Or here, if you don't have a premium account.

Also, take a look at my intro video! (You know, it's better late than never, right?) :)

And my video lesson outline.

Take care and I'll see you in class!



Do you love sweets? Would you like to try something new that will quickly become one of your favourites? Or maybe you’re looking for a new treat to impress your family or friends?

Then you should check out this class, where you'll learn how to make the most popular sweet in Brazil, called Brigadeiro. Don't worry if you don't know what it is, as it is not very well-known outside Brazil. I like to think of it as the equivalent to Nutella or peanut butter for Americans. I’m sure you get the idea!

Brigadeiro is very sweet and creamy, and Brazilians eat it in many different ways: on its own, mixed with cookies, fruit, as a cake filling... just imagine how many other recipes you could come up with! It is so versatile that, once you learn all its secrets, you’ll be ready to start mixing it with your own favourite ingredients to create delicious treats.

You don't need to have any cooking skills to make it: this recipe is so easy and simple that even a child could do it (with some help from an adult, of course). You won't need any special ingredients or utensils either.

In less than 20 minutes, I'll show you how to make the classic Brigadeiro, plus three other flavoured brigadeiros. Then I'll give two examples of how to use brigadeiro in other recipes: making Palha Italiana (brigadeiro + cookies) and Strawberry & Brigadeiro tart.

Also, as you must have seen, I will be teaching my class in ENGLISH & SPANISH at the same time (with the help of subtitles) to make it easier for everyone to understand :)

You’re just one click away from becoming a Brigadeiro expert, so enroll in the class now and I’ll see you inside!








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