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Café Du Monde Beignet Mix, Set of 2

SKU#  334010
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Why We Love It

In New Orleans, nothing goes better with cafe' au lait than Café Du Monde Beignets. Beignets are puffy square French doughnuts that are traditionally covered in powdered sugar. Café Du Monde Beignet Mix makes up to four dozen French doughnuts. Enjoy for breakfast or brunch with friends or family any time and experience this popular taste of New Orleans from your own home!

Details & Dimensions

  • Serve with powdered sugar for a delicious presentation
  • Set of 2
  • Made in United States
28 oz. each

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Café Du Monde Beignet Mix, Set of 2 5 5 5 5
Refrigerate the leftover mix! This is such a GREAT product. Truly authentic to the real thing. Just remember to refrigerate the leftover mix. It is very subtly printed on the box & the milk in it WILL go bad. A sad discovery one morning after opening a very rancid box! December 27, 2011
Bring New Orleans Flavor Home If you close your eyes while indulging, you will quietly escape to New Orleans. The next best thing to being there!! December 27, 2011
Authentic!! It's like having New Orleans in your kitchen! Easy to make, stores well. It's our Sunday morning family favorite! Definitely buy! November 27, 2011
Excellent! One of my favorite things in the world is to sip cafe au lait and eat beignets watching the Mississippi River roll past in New Orleans. This mix perfectly recreates the beignets you get at the Cafe du Monde restaurants in the French Quarter. The whole family loves them and they are very easy to prepare. They'd be much easier to fry if we owned a deep fryer, but we fry them in a wok and it's a little messy. Also the grease smell lingers, but if you don't live in New Orleans (and I don't) these are well worth it! September 27, 2011
Exactly like the real deal If you have trouble getting the inside cooked, flatten the squares a bit. It seemed to need to be a bit thinner than the 1/8 in listed on the box. Once you get the shape and cooking time right, it tastes JUST like the beignets at Cafe du Monde. My mom and I made made our first batch about a month after I had gotten back from New Orleans so the taste was fresh in my mind. Don't forget the powdered sugar and a change of clothes or a really big bib! May 12, 2011
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