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

The pastries are a cross between a donut and a croissant. (9/6/13)

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.

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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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