Tuesday Tidbits #84 Easy Beignets

Hello Friends! Welcome!

Have you been to NOLA? We enjoyed our travels to New Orleans very much. And when we were there we enjoyed the freshly made warm beignets. This past week I was thinking about those beignets and since we canโ€™t go there because of this pandemic… I decided to make some. An easy version!

Just a few things are needed.

1 can of refrigerated biscuit dough, powdered sugar and vegetable oil.

They are so simple to make and oh, so delicious!

Here is the recipe!

These beignets are perfect with a cup of coffee any time of day.

And thereโ€™s enough to share with others!

I hope you can give them a try.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

31 thoughts on “Tuesday Tidbits #84 Easy Beignets

  1. I have enjoyed beignets at Cafe du Monde with a cafe au lait! Now if I could just pull a few of those through my IPad screen to enjoy with my coffee. I will try the recipe, it is certainly simple enough. Wishing you a lovely day my friend!

    1. Easy peasy! Make sure you can share them when you make them because they are sooooo good warm!
      And yes… I too loved those beignets at Cafe du Monde! Sweet memories!
      Happy Tuesday Pam! Hope you are doing something fun today…๐Ÿ˜€

  2. Beignets are one of my favorite foods from NOLA. I used to buy a boxed beignet mix from Cafe du Monde but havenโ€™t seen it in the stores for years. Thank you for this easy recipe!

    1. The food! The sights! The people! We love New Orleans!
      And these are soooo good especially when warm!
      Thank you for the visit! Enjoy your week!

  3. Hi Nancy, I’ve never heard of these, but (if I can find the biscuit dough) I’ll give them a go – they certainly look yummy ๐Ÿ™‚

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