5 new delights to try in New York City

New York is probably the city where more foods are mixed to create other ones, have you realized? And every invention causes furor and lines – just remember Cronut, mixing between croissant and donut, created by chef Dominique Ansel, which led people to lines at 6 am! It’s insane, I know, but it makes everything more fun – and it causes more public interest. Since cronut, there were many inventions and today I bring 5 new delicious to experience the city – many of them fruit of a mix of existing things.

Macaronut – in celebration of Macaron Day on Sunday, March 20th, Francois Payard. French pastry chef—who has organized the event for the past six years–will be serving a mash-up between the Parisian macaron and the all-American doughnut in a rainbow-sprinkled strawberry-and-cream flavor for $5 at all NYC Payard locations.

Address: 1293 3rd Avenue / Plaza Food Hall, 1 West 59th St / 3 Columbus Circle /  116 West Houston Street / 210 Murray Street.

Ice cream waffle cones – Eggloo, a new Hong Kong egg waffle spot, serves three flavors of waffles, three homemade ice creams and a slew of colorful, sugary toppings. Warm and fluffy and sweet and summery in one bite, Eggloo’s waffle ice cream creations are surprisingly perfect for the season, even amid a winter weather advisory. The steamy comfort of the waffle perfectly blankets that tease of summer, or spring break — so close you can really taste it.

Address: 61 Mulberry St.

Banana Pudding Chocolate –  famous because Sex and the City, Magnolia Bakery is introducing a chocolate version of its beloved banana pudding, with chocolate wafers and fresh slices of banana.

Address: 401 Bleecker Street and W. 11th Street / 1000 Third Avenue / Grand Central Terminal, Lower Dining Concourse / 1240 Avenue of the Americas at 49th Street / 200 Columbus Avenue at 69th Street / 1 Penn Plaza.

Rainbow Doughnuts – after Rainbow bagels, it was proved that the rainbow colors cause enchantment. And Moe’s Doughs realized this and created colorful donuts, more dense and full of texture, showing their colors at first bite. On the first day of sales, not any left!

Address: 126 Nassau Avenue – Brooklyn.

Everything Doughnut – with cream cheese, sesame seeds, garlic, poppy seeds and sea salt, Everything Doughnut is the creation of The Doughnut Project, a mixture of bagel with donut that guarantees, who tried, is irresistible. Incidentally, The Doughnut Project is known in town for their ideas outside the box …  $3,75.

Address: 10 Morton St.

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