The Acadians, an ethnic group from southern France, emigrated to Nova Scotia, Canada in the 1600's. The British colonized Nova Scotia in the eighteenth century, forcing Acadians, whose descendants are known as "Cajuns," to sail southward to Louisiana. They brought with them a time-honored recipe for French Doughnuts, or Beignets. These crispy, powdered sugar- coated fritters, delicious plain or fruit filled, are now served at the famous Café du Monde. Best served with coffee and chicory.
This Café Du Monde Beignet Mix is packiaged in a 28oz. box and makes up to four dozen French doughnuts.
- Light, crispy and sweet
- Serve them hot out of the pan
- Easy to make so you can have a little bit of New Orleans right in your own home!
- Perfect with cafe au lait
- Excellent choice to add to any gift basket.
- Net Wt 28oz. (793.8g)