Mystery, Suspense and Beignets! Secrets of Sulphur Springs Recap, Teasers, Recipes and more!
Updated: Feb 25, 2021
This week we had the best time screening the newest episode for Secrets of Sulphur Springs. Episode 8 "If I Could Turn Back Time" is by far the best episode! Lots of questions were answered and by the end we were still sitting on the edge of our seats. This is one of the episodes you don't want to miss. We also got to eat some beignets! Fun Fact: Did you know Sulphur Springs is a fictional Louisiana town, but the series was filmed in New Orleans? It's true! And in honor of this piece of information we got the opportunity to try our luck at making beignets for the first time. If you want to know how well we executed our beignets keep reading, I will also provide you with the quick and simple recipe to try at home.
Want to see for your self what all the hype is about? Start watching! I've provided the first episode for you down below. Check it out!
Secrets of Sulphur Springs is a live-action, time-travel mystery series for kids ages 6-11 and their families. Set in the fictional Louisiana town of Sulphur Springs, the series follows adventurous 12-year-old Griffin Campbell and his bright-eyed, thrill-seeking friend Harper as they come across a secret portal that allows them to travel back in time and uncover clues related to an unsolved town mystery. Griffin’s father, Ben Campbell, moves the family from Chicago to Sulphur Springs to take ownership of The Tremont Hotel, an abandoned property that has been vacant for decades. Griffin learns that the hotel he just moved into is rumored to be haunted by the ghost of a girl named Savannah who, without a trace, disappeared decades ago. He becomes really good friends with Harper, a girl he meets at school and together they sneakily explore The Tremont and soon stumble upon a secret portal that transports them back in time to a previous era. They are both committed to solving the mystery of how she went missing, Griffin and Harper embark on a time-travel adventure that puts them face-to-face with a sequence of thrilling escapades and run-ins with younger versions of people they have come to know in the present day.
Episode 1 "Once Upon a Time" Full Episode
Griffin Campbell and his family move to a new town and take ownership of an abandoned hotel in hopes of restoring it back to the lively vacation destination it once was.
Episode 2 "Somewhere in Time" Recap
The twins investigate further the strange occurrences of the mysterious hotel.
Episode 3 "Straight out of Time" Recap
The secret room is discovered.
Episode 4 "Time to Face the Music" Recap
Griffin goes to meet with young Ben while Harper goes to meet with young Jess.
Episode 5 "Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Time" Recap
Harper and Ben discuss their game plan as they prepare to save Savannah and keep her from the camp dance. Harper goes to talk to Jess where she reveals she could use a partner in crime.
Episode 6 "Time Warped" Recap
Young Jess dares Savannah to spend the night in The Tremont basement with real ghosts. Young Ben comes to Savannah's defense. Young Jess storms off and wishes Savannah gone.
Episode 7 "Long Time Gone" Recap
Griffin and Harper sneak back through the portal to find a search party looking for Savannah; police officers begin their questioning.
Check out my previous post for the shows synopsis and more about Secrets of Sulphur Springs.
Coming up: Episode 8 "If I Could Turn Back Time" Teaser
Griffin and Harper realize that Savannah could have found the portal and travelled back in time, too; together, they go back in time another 30 years to 1960. Will they find Savannah? Tune in to find out.
Get caught up on Disney Now and on the Disney Now app. Once you’re all caught up, you can watch "Secrets of Sulphur Springs" by tuning to Disney Channel. New episodes are scheduled to premiere every Friday at 8pm PST.
Beignet Recipe by "Cafe Du Monde"
I have always wanted to try beignets but have never had the opportunity until this week thanks to Disney Channel PR and Kristin Cruz who sent us a Beignet Mix from Cafe Du Monde. I've had beignets before so I know how they are supposed to taste that's all I was going based off of what I had experienced in the past. The instructions were so simple and all you need is water to make it work. These were so fun to make and it only took 15 minutes. They came out so good and my boys, who have also had beignets before could not wait to get their hands on them.
Cafe Du Monde Mix
In a bowl, combine two cups of beignet mix with seven ounces of water. Stir with spoon until blended. You may have to add a little more or a little less water to achieve a good beignet mix dough. The dough should be relatively soft, like drop biscuit dough. It should not be stiff like pie dough. Do not overmix the dough. You will have tough beignets if you overmix the dough.
Roll to 1/8" thickness on flared surface, using flour on dough. Cut into 2 1/4" squares or you can use your Mickey Mouse cookie cutters.
Fry in an inch or two of oil at 370 degrees Fahrenheit basting continually on each side until puffy and light golden. You can use any vegetable oil you prefer, I went with avocado oil. Drain well. Electric Skillet works best as stated on the box but I used my skillet and they came out looking amazing and cooked evenly too.
Beignets are at their best when served hot, while they are draining, sprinkle them with powder sugar, generously! also, we love our beignets with chocolate sauce, we improvised and used Hershey's syrup and it was just as amazing.
If you decided to give this mix a try, tag me so I can see your results. Buy the mix here.
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