Puff Puff Ministry, a company run by a group of British-Nigerian sisters, has taken puff puff (a street food snack popular across the African continent) right into Google!
Founded by a group of sisters, the company was invited to teach a Puff Puff Masterclass at Google headquarters in London.
The legendary puff puss is a ‘small chops’ platter (similar to a doughnut), and a huge party favourite in the life of any Nigerian gathering or celebration.
According to the Founders: “Most of our childhood was spent running from our living room to mum’s bakery at the back of our grandfather’s house in Lagos, Nigeria. In August 2020, we launched Puff Puff Ministry, the UK’s first ever dedicated West African dessert business.
“Using our mum’s 20-year-old recipe, our mission is to share the joy of West African food, and make puff puff Britain’s next favourite dessert”.
Puff Puff Ministry is now proud to have worked with global brands such as Netflix, Twitter (now X), Peloton, TikTok, and now Google.