These traditional South African Cocktail Koeksisters come in a pack of ten sweet infused bites. Made locally by a South African, you’ll love this authentic taste from home.
Wonder where the word came from and how they’re made? Koeksisters come from the Dutch, koekje – which means cookie – pronounced ‘cook-sisters’. These doughnutty type treats start as dough made into an iconic plait before being drenched in a seriously sticky cold syrup. There’s some debate if the syrup should be hot or cold when dipping the fried dough. Either way, refrigerate your koeksisters on arrival as this ensures that every bite juicy, sweet and a little crunchy on the outside.
How do you enjoy your koeksisters? Well, this sweet South African heritage delicacy makes for a delicious match with a cup of coffee or tea. Surprise and impresscyour guests with this delicious taste from home, simply open the pack and it’s ready to serve. Keep in the fridge to stay nice and crisp.
Available in 296g packs. 10 koesisters in the pack.
Dough: Wheat flour, Milk, Water, Pasteurised Egg, Baking Powder, Salt
Syrup: Sugar, Water, Cream of Tartar, Lemon Juice, Ginger, Cinnamon Sticks, Salt
**For allergens, see ingredients in bold**
Koeksisters Cocktails (296g)
Available in 296g packs
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These traditional South African Cocktail Koeksisters come in a pack of ten sweet infused bites.