Brigadeiro doesn’t always have to be rolled into balls and covered with toppings. It’s an incredibly versatile base or complement for other desserts. You can freeze brigadeiro, spread it, melt it, drizzle it, and more, which makes it a great option for sprucing up your favorite desserts. Here are a two of our favorite recipes
Brigadeiros. These little chocolate fudge truffles are quite possibly Brazil’s most well-known party treats. It’s part of Brazilian DNA. However, it wasn’t always so! The origins of Brazil’s famous brigadeiro In 1946, Brazil was holding its presidential elections, and the first national election where women could vote. One of the presidential candidates was Air Force
This month is Women’s History Month, and even though I’m surrounded by inspiring and hard-working women at work, I’m also taking some time to reflect on how women have helped me get where I am today. A little about my story: From Brazil to the Bay Area I started making chocolate when I was 12.
Here at tinyB, women are at the heart of everything we do. Our brigadeiros are made by women, we have a female-founder, we work with brigadeiro (which is closely linked to female empowerment in Brazil) and we’re all continuously inspired by amazing women. It’s safe to say that Women’s History Month is a time for
The COVID pandemic has left no one unscathed. We’ve all suffered from the ever-changing restrictions, changes at work, changes at home, emotional and psychological stress, and much more. It has undeniably impacted us all. However, we’re only just starting to understand how uneven the toll of COVID-19 has been. While the data is woefully incomplete,
After two long years of working during a pandemic, many companies are looking for ways to boost team morale and get their teams back together for some much-needed bonding. It’s likely your team has changed over these two years: Do you have new team members to onboard? Have seasoned team members left, causing “brain drain”