how to make fudge balls

After world war II this Brazilian chocolate dessert was named after a famous general who ranked as a “Brigadeiro” brigadier in english. At that time Brazil had a shortage of milk and sugar so they used condensed milk, chocolate and butter to make chocolate..

Brigadeiro is often eaten as a snack or served as a dessert. This traditional Brigadeiro recipe is very simple, easy, and tasty. It will always brings a smile to your guests, great little dessert idea for any ocassion like Valentines Day, birthdays, date nights and Holidays…

Recipe Ingredients

Cookware Needed For This Recipe
Medium Size Bowl
Spatula To Stir
Non Stick Medium Size Saucepan
Mini Snacks Paper Baking Cups

Ingredients For This Recipe (20 Fudge Balls)
Can of Condensed Milk
2 Tbsp Of Butter
2 1/2 Tbsp Of Toddy Chocolate Mix
Chocolate Sprinkles

How To Make These Fudge Balls

1. Stir slowly the condensed milk, butter, and toddy chocolate in a non stick pan at medium heat just enough to boil.. When the mix starts boiling it will look like a thick chocolate pudding. Stir until the chocolate stops sticking to the pan. 

warm up fudge mix

2. When it’s ready put the fudge pudding inside a bowl (See Pic below).

melted fudge chocolate

3. Now place the bowl in the refrigerator for about 4 to 5 hours until it’s cold.. After the chocolate fudge is cold take it out of the fridge.. It’s time to make fudge balls!

4. Rub your hands with a little butter so the fudge does not stick to them, then take as much chocolate fudge needed to make little balls. Lay them side by side with a little space in between in a platter or plate and sprinkle chocolate on them. Place them in paper baking cups and they are ready to be served. Enjoy!

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