They may not be the all singing all dancing official real thing from Dominique Ansel in New York but there's no denying that cronut copycats have been appearing all over the world since the craze began.
Even those who live in New York are not guaranteed an official cronut because of huge queues still forming outside Ansel's bakery. Quick to jump on the bandwagon a number of businesses have filled the void creating their own versions of the food.
The Evening Standard have set about tracking the cronut copycats of London and created their own guide to where to get your hands on cro-dough's to dosants in the City.
From £2.50 messy bakery versions to more decadent £9,00 fine dining cropycats.
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