"Cronut" Creator Introduces New Treat
Meet the Frozen S'more
A new dessert specialty of a Manhattan pastry shop has people lining around the block for a chance to snag this latest sweet treat. (Published Thursday, Apr 24, 2014)
Updated at 9:46 AM EST on Thursday, Apr 24, 2014
Dominique Ansel refuses to be a one-hit dessert wonder.
The New York pastry chef who started the croissant-doughtnut hybrid craze, otherwise known as the "cronut," introduced his latest confectionery creation Friday -- the frozen s'more.
Vanilla custard ice cream is coated with chocolate cookie wafers, stuffed inside a gooey marshmallow, which is then blasted with a blow torch to give it a toasty finish.
The end product is a cold, crisp, inventive take on a campfire classic.
But you better hurry. The cool confection sold out within minutes of its release at the Dominique Ansel Bakery, according to a "Thrillist" article, and who knows how long they'll be around for.
Published at 3:41 PM EST on Jul 15, 2013