Let’s face it, no matter how fast you try to whip up a quick meal, sometimes you’ll have to slow down and allow the kids an opportunity to help and assist. Not only will it become an exciting memory for them, it’s also a fun learning activity where getting messy is totally acceptable. You may […]
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KD’s NOLA Treats will participate at the Annual Soul Fest taking place at Audubon Zoo as a Dessert Vendor for the 3rd year! KD will be adding one of her top sellers to the menu, Butter Rum Bread Pudding, along with Creamy Praline, Strawberry Shortcake and Praline Brownies. The Audubon Soul Fest takes place March […]
KD’s NOLA Treats participated in the 46th Annual Andouille Festival held in Laplace, LA. This was KD’s NOLA Treats first festival outside of New Orleans. During this 3-day festival, we were happy to meet new faces and even some familiar New Orleans faces . We were pleased that many fell in love at first bite […]
Kim Dejan, owner and Pastry Chef of KD’s NOLA Treats, grew up watching her mother prepare meals for the family. “Praline was a frequent aroma as my mother prepared this for friends and family quite often. It seemed like my mom was the go to for parties. She would whip up a pan of pasta in […]
KD’s NOLA Treats was excited to participate in Audubon’s Soul Fest. “It’s our 2nd year as a Dessert Vendor and the turnout has been rewarding. We are able to meet new friendly faces, see our frequent customers and enjoy nice weather and great entertainment.” Danielle Davis, Owner Kim Dejan, John Davis & Baby Peyton […]
With Mardi Gras right around the corner, what better than to make King Cakes!! Because of time, kids improvised, creating king cakes using biscuits and other ingredients to make the mini king cakes. Kids enjoyed making their own glaze and colored sprinkles. The best part was eating it at the end.
In this session of Baking With A Purpose, kids made King Cake Candy Canes just in time for Christmas. Kids used cinnamon rolls and lots of sugar to make their own glaze topping. What they really enjoyed was the chance to make their own sprinkles. Its super easy, all you need is granulated sugar and […]
KD participated in the Holiday Market provided by Piety in Exile in front and inside The Healing Center on St. Claude. KD sold single desserts and Holiday Dessert Packages. Local markets allow small business owners the opportunity to sell to frequent and new buyers, giving them a time and location to walk up and purchase […]
Roux Carre, a New Orleans food court to level the playing field, gets reboot with pop-ups BY IAN MCNULTY | email@example.com Ian McNulty Jan 16, 2018 – 7:00 am (0) Facebook Twitter Email Kim DeJan started her KD’s NOLA Treats dessert caterer from her home in New Orleans East and is developing the brand at […]
3-course interview: Kim Dejan, baker A self-taught baker develops her business at Roux Carre By Helen Freund @HelenFreund Baker Kim Dejan just finished a two-week residency at Roux Carre (2000 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd., 504-875-4293; www.rouxcarre.com), the first in a series of pop-ups that highlights up-and-coming food entrepreneurs at the Central City food hall. Dejan, […]