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Aunt Sally's Original Praline King Cake Box
Original Praline King Cake $ 19.99
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Celebrating 80 Years

For 80 years, Aunt Sally’s has crafted the perfect New Orleans pralines by hand at our historic French Quarter location. Our family started with a copper pot, a historic recipe, and a single store in 1935.

Since then, with the addition of our St. Charles Avenue location and our online store, families all over the world have enjoyed Aunt Sally’s sweet treats and gourmet gifts.

Our kitchens have grown, but our methods have not changed. We believe some things are simply better when you take the time to do them right.

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Copper Pot News

Make Christmas Delicious: Edible Stocking Stuffers for Kids

December 01, 2015

Sweet treats aren't just for dessert! They make the perfect stocking stuffer for children to open on Christmas morning and enjoy long after the glow of Christmas has faded away. And you don't need to go for typical store-bought candy. We’ve collected five of the best edible Christmas stocking stuffers for kids this season, guaranteed to bring a smile to their faces. Astronaut Ice Cream Delight your children with an out-of-this-world edible dessert! Astronaut ice cream, otherwise known as freeze-dried ice cream, is widely available in stores and online. It comes in a wide variety of flavors: everything from vanilla to chocolate to mint chocolate chip, and even comes in ice cream sandwich form. It’s neatly packaged to make it easy...

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3 Cajun Seasoning Recipes to Try This Thanksgiving

November 22, 2015

Cajun seasoning is popular in many recipes, and many cooks use it to give their foods a distinct flavor, even if the recipe doesn’t call for it. You can add Cajun seasoning to your Thanksgiving meal to give beloved family dishes a new, flavorful kick. You might not find the three recipes below on a restaurant menu or in a cookbook, but they're so simple and easy to adjust to your taste preferences that you’ll want to make them over and over again—not just during the holidays! Green Bean Casserole FRENCH’s recipe for green bean casserole is nearly perfect. It’s easy to vary the ingredients to make this dish suitable for tons of different occasions. We suggest simply replacing the...

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