Oreos — often imitated, never duplicated. Everyone’s favorite cookie. This imitation of Oreos definitely isn’t a duplication, but it is a nice twist on the cookie.
A Brigadeiro is a traditional, truffle-like Brazilian dessert. The dessert is popular throughout the country and often seen at festive events and in bakeshops.
The dessert has a unique history, with its name stemming from the military rank of Eduardo Gomes. Gomes was running for president, and at his campaign parties, the Brigadeiro was made and served to guests.
This Cookies and Cream Brigadeiro is a quick and easy three-ingredient recipe.
- Separate the cream from the Oreo and the cookie
- Crush the cookies so that they are a fine, granulated consistency
- Melt the butter, condensed milk, and cookie cream together in either a pot or microwave for 3-4 minutes, stirring occasionally
- Pour mixture into a greased pan and chill for one hour
- Roll the mixture into balls
- Roll the balls in the crushed cookies