Biscuit Beignets are fried in oil until they are golden, puffy pillows and then dusted with a blanket of powdered sugar. They are so good with a cup of coffee.
Beignets are one of my favorite New Orleans foods and a trip to Cafe du Monde for beignets is a must everytime I visit New Orleans.
I also like to make beignets for Mardi Gras, but they can be a little labor intensive if you want to make them from scratch. (Try this recipe if you do!)
These Biscuit Beignets are perfect for when you want a shortcut. Refrigerated biscuits, vegetable oil, and powdered sugar are all you need. I also like to drizzle them with a little caramel sauce.
Heat about 2 inches of oil in a Dutch oven to 350 degrees and these biscuit beignets will fry up super fast. You’ll be chowing down in just a matter of minutes.
Dust them with lots of powdered sugar.
And careful not to inhale the sugar. That’s no fun!
- 1 tube refrigerated Buttermilk Flaky Layers Biscuits
- Vegetable oil
- Powdered sugar
- Caramel sauce, optional
- Separate the biscuits and cut each one in thirds.
- Pour 2 inches of oil into a Dutch oven and heat to 350 degrees.
- Fry about 5 beignets at a time, frying until golden on each side.
- Drain on paper towels.
- Dust with powdered sugar.
- Best served right away.
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