I think that if I had to think of a classic Brazilian Christmas dessert, it would be the pave. Delicious, beautiful, full of layers and, of course, simple to make! Pavé doesn’t have much of a mystery, but it is the combination of textures and flavors that turns this sweet into something out of this world.
Were you responsible for the supper dessert and have not yet defined what to do? I’m sure these recipes will be successful!
STRAWBERRY PAVET WITH CHOCOLATE
Look, if I could define this dessert in one word it would be democratic! It pleases practically everyone: from that little cousin who loves chocolate, to that aunt who does not give up desserts with fruits.
Not to mention that the classic combination of chocolate and strawberry is divine, right?
CAKE PAIR TIRAMISÙ
Despite having developed this recipe this year, I confess to you that I will want to prepare it at every Christmas! The tiramisù already has those wrapping layers of zabaione cream with mascarpone, champagne biscuits, coffee and cocoa.
This more consistent version in cake format, besides delicious, will make your table even more beautiful!
CARAMELIZED BANANA PAVE
If your intention is really to surprise or if you are in the mood for a more “tropical” supper, this banana pave is perfect! For this recipe, I was inspired by the classic banana pudding from the USA, but with that extra touch of caramelized bananas.
Aah, serving these delights in individual portions makes everything even more charming, see?
Waltz Dreaming Pave
Is there a more traditional bonbon in Brazil than Sonho de Valsa? Of course not! That’s why there is no shortage of dessert versions with this wonder as the main ingredient! I promise that after serving this pave at supper, it will become that indispensable dessert at Christmas!
PAVE OF SWEET MILK
It says: who doesn’t like a dessert with dulce de leche? This recipe still has a touch of vanilla and mascarpone. You can’t get more special, right?
Have you defined the recipe for this year? I think with these options it was easier to decide, huh?