House of Brigadeiros
Brazilian inspired truffles infused with the spirit of travel
Experience the magic of Carnival and the festive streets of Brazil
A worldly affair. We use only the best ingredients sourced from around the world.
We make our brigadeiros the old school way; meticulously handmade in small batches.
We never use flour or any gluten products in our brigadeiros.
Don't go nuts worrying about our brigadeiros. We are peanut and tree nut free.
Originating in Brazil, back in the 1940s the name "Brigadeiro" was coined after a Brazilian general (Brigadeir), Sir Eduardo Gomes.
As Brigadeir Gomes kicked off his political campaign, his supporters started making these delightful Brazilian chocolate truffles as a tribute. He not only won the election, but also the hearts of the people through their stomachs.
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Perfect for Any Occassion
From Birthdays to "Just Because", KLADO brigadeiros make the perfect gift for any occasion
"Do yourself a favor and try this amazing dessert! Brigadeiros! They are beyond delicious and decadent. We were fortunate enough to stumble upon Klado. Wow! They also make amazing gifts. Anytime I have gifted a box, my friends agree about the deliciousness, creatively and originality. Love these!"
Nostalgic to Exotic
A flavor adventure in each box, from Grandma's apple pie to the dancing lavender fields of Portugal
Satisfy your sweet tooth while you embark on a flavor adventure with inspirations from around the world
What is a Brigadeiro?
A cross between a truffle and fudge and with a creamy, velvety center and a crunchy outside
All brigadeiros are Gluten-Free, Nut-Free, Egg-Free and Vegetarian. So everyone can enjoy!
"I've tried a few flavors and each one was uniquely delicious. They're definitely my new go-to gifts. Much more thoughtful and special than a basic box of chocolates."
Soooo good!— Seth
"Soooo good! The OG was awesome but I found the Matcha Libre strangely compelling. Can't wait to try some more!"
Wonderful Treat!— Peter Nash
"What a wonderful treat all beautifully packagaed."