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Lovefood Logo By Esme Fox of Lovefood | Slide 2 of 26: The cronut is, of course, the famous cross between a croissant and donut. They're made with flaky croissant dough, but shaped and filled like a donut. They were first invented by French pastry chef Dominique Ansel at his New York bakery. Cronuts have now become so popular that bakeries across the world, from Tokyo to Barcelona, have been replicating them. Of course, Ansel has trademarked the name ‘cronut' so now you may see them referred to as doughsánts or even scronuts. 

Cronut

The cronut is, of course, the famous cross between a croissant and donut. They're made with flaky croissant dough, but shaped and filled like a donut. They were first invented by French pastry chef Dominique Ansel at his New York bakery. Cronuts have now become so popular that bakeries across the world, from Tokyo to Barcelona, have been replicating them. Of course, Ansel has trademarked the name ‘cronut' so now you may see them referred to as doughsánts or even scronuts. 

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