Creole Recipes

Recipes

Spicy LS Coco

This recipe is from LS Cream website.

Spicy LS Coco

Blue Bayou

The Blue Bayou originated in New Orleans during Mardi Gras and is served up to beat the heat of the deep South!

Blue Bayou

Cuban Mojito

Considered Cuba's national drink, this lime and rum cocktail is the most famous rum-based highball.

Cuban Mojito

Mauby

A refreshing non-alcoholic concoction that has many virtues. In times of great heat the mauby is a very pleasant drink that is found all over the Caribbean.

Mauby

Mango Smoothie

Enjoy the taste of the Islands: delicious mango smoothie recipe with ice cream and milk. This mango smoothie must be served very cold, you can add extra ice cubes when serving.

Mango Smoothie

Mango Eggnog

Inspired by a traditional English drink for the holidays, this recipe for eggnog highlights the taste of mango.

Mango Eggnog

Thanksgiving Cocktail

This is the easiest punch recipe ever. It was a big hit at our wedding. You can replace any of the juices with peach juice and it will be just as great.

Thanksgiving Cocktail

Creole Lemonade

This drink is perfectly refreshing on a hot summer day. The Cayenne pepper brings out the sweetness of the lemons along with the honey.

Creole Lemonade

Soursop shake

Delicious, this shake is as good with the fresh soursop than the with frozen pulp.

Soursop shake

Pomegranate syrup

The syrups sold in stores are not always the "real deal".Reading the list of ingredients will convince you that doing it yourself is the best thing to do.

Pomegranate syrup

LS DAZS

This recipe is from LS Cream website.

LS DAZS

African Mocha

The African Moka is an easy to make drink that makes it possible to enjoy coffee in a different way.

African Mocha

Creole Martini

A Creole favourite to finish a meal, accompanying my dessert or a hot cornbread.

Creole Martini

Kremas

An alcoholic drink with a sweet, creamy texture originally from Haiti. With patience, impossible to miss this recipe.

Kremas

Mole Saint Nicolas Sunset

Created on the beach at Raisinier au Môle Saint Nicolas, the Mole Saint Nicolas Sunset is perfect when contemplating the sunsets on a lounger by the beach. The colors of Mole Saint Nicolas Sunset are inspired by the Haitian flag, the Bolivarian’s, the sea and sky wink to Venezuela.

Mole Saint Nicolas Sunset

Summer Punch

The punch is always welcome at small intimate parties. Without alcohol, it is a must for children's parties.

Summer Punch

Colonial Sangria

A drink originally from Argentina, this sangria recipe reminds colonial ties to Portugal and Spain.

Colonial Sangria

Garlic tea

Better known amongst Haitians as Té Po Lay, this hot brew is very effective in relieving stomach pain, especially bloating. This recipe only calls for the skin of the garlic and not the actual garlic.

Garlic tea

Soursop juice

Soursop juice is one of the simplest ways to enjoy this very delicious tropical fruit.

Soursop juice

Creole kenèp caipirinha

Inspired by the original recipe, Kreyol Cuisine offers a Creole version of Caïpirinha you can do for your guests during your parties.

Creole kenèp caipirinha

Rum Vanilla

This is a really simple way to improve basic rum. Vanilla lends a richer and more interesting taste to ordinary rum. you can also use this to replace vanilla extract in recipes.

Rum Vanilla

Simple Syrup

Simple syrup is sometimes call sugar syrup and is used in many of cocktail and dessert recipes.

Simple Syrup

Cuban hot chocolate

Whenever the temperature drops, this version of the Cuban hot chocolate gives a thick and creamy hot chocolate that will make you feel warm and fuzzy inside and out.

Cuban hot chocolate