Doughssant: Part Doughnut, Part Croissant = All Good - New York News

Doughssant: Part Doughnut, Part Croissant = All Good

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It's a hybrid like you've never seen and it' guaranteed to make your mouth water. The Cake Hag bakery calls it a doughssant – part doughnut, part croissant and all good!

It's catching on as quite the culinary craze. Current flavors are brandied peach or caramel bacon. Cake Hag offers the treats on Tuesday mornings only.

Doughssants are made completely from scratch using all natural and organic ingredients and are being kettle fried in small batches

Cake Hag says it receives from 20 to 50 inquiries each day.


More Info:
Price – In orders of 6 and 12, At $2.50 each, a dozen would be $30
Orders can be sent via e-mail at info@cakehag.com
More information is available at http://www.cakehag.com/ website
Follow @cakehag on twitter

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