Being Creole in the north you rarely have a chance to go and buy Beithis at the Coffe Shops downtown, therefore you must rely on family recipes as I do. This delicate fried dough recipe originates from France and ended up in Baton Rouge, LA. I hope you enjoy!
As a New Orleans native, this is by far my favorite King Cake recipe. Of course, I may be slightly biased since this is the recipe that my parents always made, but it still gets rave reviews! I personally prefer the purple/green/gold sugar topping, but you can also make a cinnamon roll type icing to […]
This is another version of my Strawberry Butter Cream Filling that has been increasing in popularity on Cake Central. This Blackberry Butter Cream is an absolutely beautiful icing and lovely filling. It sets your cakes above anyone else’s…Hope you enjoy it as much as my clients have!
This is another one of my variations of the WASC recipe. It’s very moist and delicious!
This is a quick and easy way to make king cakes. This is an adaptation of Emeril Lagasse’s original recipe. Enjoy and Laissez les bon temps roulez!
This highly recommended recipe originally appeared in Southern Living in January 1990. 12-years later, it is still a fitting end to any traditional Mardi Gras celebration.
This cake was born on the bayou. It has a caramel pecan sauce that soaks into the cake..