Few things make people as excited as when two tasty treats are put together into one, instantly creating a hybrid super-treat.
Reigning champion among the hybrid desserts has long been the cronut: a doughnut shaped pastry that is made from croissant-dough and was invented by Dominique Ansel, a pastry chef in New York City.
Earlier this year, a new contender for the hybrid crown arrived in Manhattan, courtesy of chocolate manufacturer Godiva. The croiffle – part-croissant, part-waffle – will make any foodie catch their breath.
The dessert gods have clearly found us worthy, as the croiffle has finally arrived in London.
Created by executive chef chocolatier, Thierry Muret, the creation will be up for grabs at the Godiva shop in St Pancras station, with a myriad of options to choose from.
For chocolate fans, theres the option of dark or milk chocolate filling , but Muret has recognised that not everyone has a sweet tooth.
If you prefer a savoury snack, opt for the smoked chicken, tuna melt or the three cheese, made with cheddar, brie and gruyere.
I am incredibly excited to see the croiffle now available to our customers in the UK driving innovation and bringing food types together to create the ultimate mouth-watering combination is a hot trend, and the croiffle will not disappoint, Muret said.
Drawing on the craftsmanship, innovation and heritage of Godiva, I hope it offers guests a memorable new chocolate experience.
But wait, it gets better.
The croiffle, which is part of Godivas new menu, will be Read More – Source