perfect breakfast... So glad I found your blog, I always watched your show and thought you were lovely on television.
I mean... could it get any better?! Love this.
I want a cronut SO BAD, but this will definitely do for now!! Lovely!
I made these and they were amazing! I used your butterscotch sauce recipe to drizzle on top. Tasted like heaven!
Cronuts for the people! Love it! Croissant dough is exactly the reason I have told multiple friends that I will not attempt the Cronut - puff pastry hadn't even crossed my mind. Great idea!
I did try it last night, but it didn't rise and very soggy after i fried it... By the way, I used vegetable oil instead of grapeseed oil (in my country Indonesia, grapeseed oil is so expensive)...Thank you :)
You realize this is a gift to everyone West of NYC, right? You're the hero this country needed.
These look fantastic! I'm another New Yorker dying for a cronut but can't seem to get one (okay, partially because I'm unwilling to trek to Soho at 4:30 am - details...).Thanks for the recipe! Quick question: when you first roll out the puff pastry, that is being rolled while still folded in thirds the way it comes in the package, right? Thanks!
Does it have to be the grapeseed oil?? Can we use another type of oil and get the same result?
Seriously Claire. You can eat puff pastry doughnuts and still look like that? Amazing!! I know the blog is about food but I could not overlook the obvious.
I am fan of Cinnamon Sugar desserts.Always love to have my morning with Doughnuts on my breakfast.Also, I use Cinnamon sugar sticks for stirring my coffee. :)
These look wonderful! I'm excited to give it a try!Could I try using another oil or is grapeseed the way to go?
Grapeseed is what the OG cronuts are fried in, but you could give canola a try!
That you have done is the traditional dessert of my town, Ponteareas (Spain). These donuts was prepared by the mother of my great great grandmother :DThe only thing that changes is the glaze, that is not made with maple syrup.
These were fantastic, but your directions seem to have forgot a step. It took me a second to realize the problem. You say to take the puff pastry from the box, STILL FOLDED, and dust and roll, etc. If you do that you only end up with 6 cronuts. You have to open up the dough before you roll it to get 12.
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