Where is Golden Delish Puff-Puff dry mix made?
The Puff-Puff mix is made in a certified commercial facility in the United States.
Where can I buy the Golden Delish Puff-Puff mix?
The mix is currently available through our website. The mix is also available in Houston and Boston area stores. See the "Where to buy" page for more information.
What are the ingredients in the Golden Delish Puff-Puff dry mix?
We have carefully combined flour, sugar, yeast, salt and nutmeg to make a mix that gives you great tasting puff-puff each time.
What is the shelf life of the Golden Delish Puff-Puff mix?
Our mix has a shelf life of 1 year.
Can I use a portion of the mix and store the rest for later?
The mix contains yeast so the mix is for one-time use. Please store the unopened package at room temperature in a dry place. You may store left over mixed batter in a covered container in the fridge and fry the next day.
Are the baking mix nutrition facts for the mix only, or for the prepared products?
The nutrition facts that are listed on the pouch only include the dry mix. Any added ingredients, such as oil for frying, and other mix-ins may alter the nutritional information.
Puff-Puff Preparation FAQs
I have never made Puff-Puff. How do I prep and fry the Golden Delish Puff-Puff mix?
Our how-to video on the main page gives a great overview on the process.
What are some additional tips for making Puff-Puff?
- Suggestion for dough rise - Turn on oven for 1 minute and 20 secs and then turn off. Dough can rise in the turned off warm oven.
- Suggestion for warm water – warm up room temp water in the microwave for 40-50 seconds. Keep in mind that microwaves and home temperatures differ and you may need to adjust this. You should still be able to dip a finger in the warm water. If not, it is too hot.
- For a denser donut you may use 14 fl. oz (1 3/4 cups) of warm water.
- A medium cookie dough scoop is helpful if the traditional hand scoop method is not an option.
- You may add 1/4 cup of powdered milk to the mix before adding water.
- Important: Always fry a test puff-puff ball to confirm that oil is heated adequately. The dough should rise to the top in a few seconds if the oil is adequately heated.
- Prevent flat puff-puff balls by using adequate cooking oil. The pan should be a little over 3/4 full. Vegetable or canola oil works best.
- Keep turning the puff-puff when frying; adjust heat as needed depending on your stove.
- Fry on medium to medium high heat. Frying on high heat will result in raw dough but browned exterior. Frying on low heat will result in oily doughnuts.
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