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Paula Deen's Hoecakes Box Mix

Hot, appetizing hoecakes are delicious and easy to make
Hot, appetizing hoecakes are delicious and easy to make

Taste of the South: Paula Deen Box Mixes

Paula Deen’s warm, friendly smile and her authentic Southern recipes have captivated food lovers across America. For those who can’t visit her restaurant in Savannah, Georgia, The Lady & Sons, Paula Deen has put out a line of biscuit mixes that bring her delicious Southern flavor right to your table.  

Paula Deen Hoecakes Box Mix

If you’re a fan of Paula Deen, you know she loves hoecakes! These cornmeal cakes, which are flat like pancakes, can be served with every meal with just butter or served for breakfast with maple syrup. Paula Deen’s Hoecakes are a popular menu item at her Lady & Sons restaurant and will be just as popular on your own table! They’re great with grits and crispy bacon. Though Paula Deen uses her grandmother’s special hoecake pan to whip up her own batches of hoecakes, she has introduced a replica through her Paula Deen cookware line. The mix yields between 15 and 18 hoecakes.

Paula Deen Sweet Potato Biscuits Box Mix

Paula Deen’s Sweet Potato Biscuits are a sweet surprise! A little more moist and definitely more sweet than regular biscuits, these are a welcome change to the usual dinner roll. Cinnamon butter or honey are ideal spreads for these biscuits; the mix yields between fifteen and eighteen biscuits.

Paula Deen's Cheese Biscuits Box Mix

One of the most popular items at Paula Deen’s Lady & Sons restaurant are her cheese biscuits. Fluffy and with the perfect amount of cheese taste, these biscuits disappear fast and are a great complement to any other Southern recipe you whip up! They’re also a good replacement for more traditional rolls at holidays like Christmas and Thanksgiving.

All of Paula Deen’s box mixes come in sets of three and are easy to prepare, requiring minimal ingredients. They make great gifts for the Paula Deen lover and the food aficionado, as well as an exciting addition to your own dinner table. Ready to visit the South? Close your eyes and take a bite of a cheese biscuit—you’ll think you died and went to Savannah.

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