DOCO Market & Café makes Cronuts called 'Kronuts' in the Garden State

The Cronut craze that took New York by storm this summer has come to the Garden State. The New Jersey version spells the treat with

EDISON - The Cronut craze that took New York by storm this summer has come to the Garden State.

The New Jersey version spells the treat with a "K," as in "Kronut," and is sold at the DOCO (Donut and Coffee Company) Market & Café.

DOCO has made-to-order, mix-and-match flavor versions of the hybrid pastry, which is a cross between a donut and croissant. Kronuts are made with a yeast-leavened dough layered with butter, refrigerated, then layered again.

Workers at DOCO say once the Kronuts are cooked, they have a shelf life of just six hours.

DOCO is located in Farmingdale in Monmouth County.

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