We Southerners love beignets! If you have ever been to Cafe du Monde in New Orleans and had their famous chicory coffee and beignets you know what I am talking about. A beignet is a pastry made from dough and deep-fried then rolled in confectioners sugar. (A doughnut without the hole) This is an easy way to make these little treats and you won’t be able to stop eating them! A great family activity because children love them as well as adults. I am posting two recipes here. One is made with canned biscuits and the other is made from “scratch” with flour. They are both good and great with coffee, y’all!Chocolate Beignets 1 regular can of biscuits chocolate chips oil for frying (enough to make about 2 inches of oil in skillet or deep fryer) powdered sugar chocolate syrup
Spread each biscuit into a circle and add 4 chocolate chips and fold the biscuit in half, pressing edges together. Drop each biscuit into oil around 350 degrees. They will come to the top as soon as you drop them in oil. Turn to brown both sides and remove from oil with slotted spoon. Have a bowl of powdered sugar ready and roll hot beignets in sugar. Drizzle with chocolate syrup. Makes 10 beignets. Enjoy!
We like these with and without the chocolate syrup. You can also make these leaving out the chocolate chips for just plain biscuit beignets.
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