Brazilian Chocolate Spread

Paula Barbosa handcrafts this delectable Brazilian treat from sweetened condensed milk and cocoa powder.
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Paula Barbosa

$22.00

Paula Barbosa created by

Paula Barbosa

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Choc-lify Your World

If you prefer your chocolate with a side of chocolate (like we do), there's this decadent nut-free cocoa spread. Paula Barbosa handcrafts the treat from sweetened condensed milk and cocoa powder: dip fruit in it, spread it on toast, ice cakes with it, or just lick it straight from the spoon. The sweet is inspired by a traditional dessert called brigadeiro native to Paula's home country, Brazil. An indulgent midnight snack or unique addition to a breakfast of champions, you'll find that Brazilians really know how to satisfy a sweet tooth. Handmade in Brooklyn, New York.

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Made in New York

Paula Barbosa

created by

Paula Barbosa

location

New York

Paula Barbosa didn't think she'd ever leave Brazil. A successful fashion producer in Rio de Janeiro, she enjoyed soaking up the warm weather and swimming in the sea. But one day, she decided her life needed a twist, so she quit her job and moved to New York. Unsure of what she would do for work, Paula signed up for a business class and began settling in, making friends and going to social gatherings. Her signature party offering was a homemade version of a Brazilian favorite: Brigadeiro, a decadent chocolate bonbon. Soon, friends and friends of friends started requesting the treat, and Paula's small business was born. Now, you can enjoy the indulgent condiment made from sweetened condensed milk and cocoa. Spread it on anything from toast to strawberries, or even use it to ice cakes.

Handmade Made in the USA
Measurements
Two 8 oz. jars
Ingredients
Care
Refrigerate after opening.
Item ID
47117

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Sophisticated treat for refined palates

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