The Cronut has produced quite an interesting string of imitators. There's the cragel, the cro*knot, the doughscuit and the croisbun just to name a few. Now, there's a new kid on the block. Behold the Wonut, a cross between a waffle and a doughnut.
Created at the Waffles Cafe in Chicago, the Wonut is made with a thick waffle batter that's cooked in a waffle iron then deep fried and covered in a variety of sugary toppings. Flavors include Glazed Chocolate Chip, Green Tea, Mexican Chocolate and the Birthday Wonut (glazed with sprinkles).
If you are into food hybrids, you may just go nuts over this mouthwatering waffle doughnut. For more Wonut goodness, head on over to the company's Facebook page where you can get the scoop on available flavors.
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