The paçoca cake can even be a sweet with a June party face, but it goes well at any time. So you don’t have to wait for the June festivities to taste this delight, it’s worth checking out recipes and preparing it at home. See the best options below:
1. Mug paçoca cake
In a hurry to taste your cake? Then this mug recipe is perfect for you. It is made in the microwave, which guarantees very little time in the kitchen. In addition, the method of preparation is very simple and the result is delicious. Try it!
2. Simple paçoca cake with icing
If paçoca is never too much for you, how about checking out a recipe in which the ingredient is used both in the preparation of the dough and in the topping? So the taste is guaranteed! And best of all: no hassle at the time of preparation. Were you curious? So, see the step by step in the video.
3. Paçoca cake with oil
Blender recipe is synonymous with practicality and this is no different here. This is a dough that takes oil and is very fluffy. In addition, a paçoca brigadeiro topping still comes into play. The result is so delicious, that it is practically impossible to eat just one piece of this cake.
4. Paçoca cake with dulce de leche frosting
A simple paçoca dough already guarantees a delicious result and, if it is covered with dulce de leche, even better. To give that extra charm to the presentation, the tip is to finish the cake with crumbled paçocas. Without a lot of work in the kitchen, you guarantee a taste of success.
5. Paçoca cake with yogurt
To make the simple dough very fluffy, the purpose of this recipe is to add yogurt to the preparation. This is an ingredient that doesn’t give you extra work, but it makes all the difference in the texture of the cake. To close with a flourish, the coverage is provided by a paçoca brigadeiro.
6. Paçoca cake with coffee and farofa
Want to get out of the ordinary? So, it is worth testing this recipe, in which the dough mixes the flavor of paçoca and coffee. As if that weren’t enough, the topping is made with a farofa made with butter, wheat flour, sugar and paçoca. Check the details in the video.
7. Paçoca cake with ganache frosting
With a short list of ingredients and an easy-to-follow method of preparation, this recipe will surprise you. The dough is made with eggs, sugar, milk, oil, paçoca, wheat flour and baking powder. The frosting is on account of a semisweet chocolate ganache and milk cream. For decoration, the tip is to use crumbled paçoca.
8. Chocolate paçoca cake
The naked cake is that type of cake that already draws attention right away because of its appearance. Plus, the flavor of this recipe is simply irresistible. If you are looking for an option for a birthday or other special occasion, this is the right choice.
9. Paçoca cake with brigadeiro
Paçoca pasta and brigadeiro frosting make quite a duo! If you want a lot of flavor and little work in the kitchen, check out this video. And there’s more: with this combination of flavors, it’s easy to please the most varied palates.
10. Paçoca mousse cake
With a fluffy dough and a very creamy mousse filling, this recipe is perfect to be served cold on hot summer days. The paçoca enters the scene in both preparations, which guarantees an outstanding flavor.
11. Stuffed paçoca cake
In this recipe, the dough made with paçoca is flavored with cinnamon and vanilla essence: so, just by the smell, you get that hunger. For the taste to be even better, the filling and topping still have a paçoca cream. The result is an irresistible naked cake.
12. Paçoca cake with stuffed whipped cream
This is a simple dough cake recipe, which takes paçoca cream as a filling and whipped cream topping. You learn to make a charming decoration, which makes this a good alternative for birthday parties.
13. Microwave gluten-free and lactose-free paçoca cake
With a simple proposal, this is the right option to accompany that warm coffee at the end of the afternoon. The dough is basic, but it takes peanut butter and grated coconut to give that extra touch of flavor. For the topping, more peanut butter and crumbled paçoca come into play. See the step by step.
14. Vegan paçoca cake
Free from animal-derived ingredients, this recipe leaves nothing to be desired: both the taste and texture are simply amazing. The dough is very soft and the paçoca brigadeiro is very creamy. Even if you’re not vegan, it’s worth a try.
15. Paçoca volcano cake
Volcano cake is perfect for those who like a lot of frosting and still want to surprise in the presentation. To do this, you need to bake the dough in a shape with a hole – so there is plenty of space to add the topping. All this guarantees a volcano appearance, which gives the candy its name.
16. Paçoca super cake
This is a cake worthy of the most special occasions. That’s because it consists of two layers of paçoca dough, one of chocolate dough, sugar syrup, paçoca cream filling, paçoca buttercream frosting and ganache and paçoca decoration.
17. Crunchy paçoca cake
In addition to taking paçoca in the preparation of the dough and the brigadeiro used in the filling, this recipe has a whipped cream topping and caramelized peanut decoration. It is this finishing that gives the crunchy touch to the cake and guarantees an incredible flavor.
18. Paçoca Tsunami Cake
Tsunami cake is mounted inside an acetate sheet and gets a lot of frosting. When the foil is removed, all the covering runs off, creating a tsunami-like effect. If you are the type of person who likes a lot of creaminess, check out the tips in the video.
19. Paçoca Naked Cake
To finish the list, a naked cake that has roasted and crushed peanuts in the dough. The filling and topping are a combination of whipped cream, dulce de leche, white chocolate and peanut cream.
Whether to eat alone when you want a sweet treat or to share with loved ones, there is a paçoca cake option for you to try. And if you’re in the mood for arraiá, check out delicious Festa Junina recipes.
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