|Place of origin||Brazil|
|Serving temperature||At normal temperature.|
|Main ingredient(s)||Peanuts, cashew nuts and sugar|
|Variations||Rounded cajuzinho, almond cajuzinho|
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Cajuzinho (from caju, "cashew"; literally, "little cashew") is a popular sweet with an almost ubiquitous presences in Brazilian parties. It is made of peanuts, cashew nuts and sugar and is shaped like a tiny cashew, although it does taste strongly of peanut.
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