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Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly
Sebastian Hermans, owner and CEO of Dutchkins, makes traditional Dutch pastries called poffer beignets from scratch. He conceptualized and began Dutchkins in 2010 making his sweet treats at various farmers markets from Marco Island to Sanibel. They are now being sold in flavors of apple, banana, vanilla and even Dog'on with bits of hot dogs mixed in at JetBlue Park in Fort Myers.

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Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly Sebastian Hermans, owner and CEO of Dutchkins, makes traditional Dutch pastries called poffer beignets from scratch. He conceptualized and began Dutchkins in 2010 making his sweet treats at various farmers markets from Marco Island to Sanibel. They are now being sold in flavors of apple, banana, vanilla and even Dog'on with bits of hot dogs mixed in at JetBlue Park in Fort Myers.

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  • Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly
Sebastian Hermans, owner and CEO of Dutchkins, makes traditional Dutch pastries called poffer beignets from scratch. He conceptualized and began Dutchkins in 2010 making his sweet treats at various farmers markets from Marco Island to Sanibel. They are now being sold in flavors of apple, banana, vanilla and even Dog'on with bits of hot dogs mixed in at JetBlue Park in Fort Myers.
  • Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly
Sebastian Hermans, owner and CEO of Dutchkins, makes traditional Dutch pastries called poffer beignets from scratch. He conceptualized and began Dutchkins in 2010 making his sweet treats at various farmers markets from Marco Island to Sanibel. They are now being sold in flavors of apple, banana, vanilla and even Dog'on with bits of hot dogs mixed in at JetBlue Park in Fort Myers.
  • Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly
Sebastian Hermans, owner and CEO of Dutchkins, makes traditional Dutch pastries called poffer beignets from scratch. He conceptualized and began Dutchkins in 2010 making his sweet treats at various farmers markets from Marco Island to Sanibel. They are now being sold in flavors of apple, banana, vanilla and even Dog'on with bits of hot dogs mixed in at JetBlue Park in Fort Myers.
  • Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly
Sebastian Hermans, owner and CEO of Dutchkins, makes traditional Dutch pastries called poffer beignets from scratch. He conceptualized and began Dutchkins in 2010 making his sweet treats at various farmers markets from Marco Island to Sanibel. They are now being sold in flavors of apple, banana, vanilla and even Dog'on with bits of hot dogs mixed in at JetBlue Park in Fort Myers.
  • Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly
Sebastian Hermans, owner and CEO of Dutchkins, makes traditional Dutch pastries called poffer beignets from scratch. He conceptualized and began Dutchkins in 2010 making his sweet treats at various farmers markets from Marco Island to Sanibel. They are now being sold in flavors of apple, banana, vanilla and even Dog'on with bits of hot dogs mixed in at JetBlue Park in Fort Myers.
  • Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly
Sebastian Hermans, owner and CEO of Dutchkins, makes traditional Dutch pastries called poffer beignets from scratch. He conceptualized and began Dutchkins in 2010 making his sweet treats at various farmers markets from Marco Island to Sanibel. They are now being sold in flavors of apple, banana, vanilla and even Dog'on with bits of hot dogs mixed in at JetBlue Park in Fort Myers.
  • Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly
Sebastian Hermans, owner and CEO of Dutchkins, makes traditional Dutch pastries called poffer beignets from scratch. He conceptualized and began Dutchkins in 2010 making his sweet treats at various farmers markets from Marco Island to Sanibel. They are now being sold in flavors of apple, banana, vanilla and even Dog'on with bits of hot dogs mixed in at JetBlue Park in Fort Myers.
  • Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly
Sebastian Hermans, owner and CEO of Dutchkins, makes traditional Dutch pastries called poffer beignets from scratch. He conceptualized and began Dutchkins in 2010 making his sweet treats at various farmers markets from Marco Island to Sanibel. They are now being sold in flavors of apple, banana, vanilla and even Dog'on with bits of hot dogs mixed in at JetBlue Park in Fort Myers.

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