Dossant pastries are a newly popular cross-hybrid between a doughnut and a croissant. This delicious treat is deep-fried like a doughnut and has the flaky, buttery layers of a croissant. The pastry is often glazed or filled with crème or jellies.
What Is the History of the Dossant?
The dossant was created in 2013 by father-and-son duo Ben and Brendan Bloom, who are the owners of La Cuisine. The pastry was developed to mimic the cronut™, which was created by Dominique Ansel, a famous baker in New York City. Bakeries around the world quickly followed suit, creating unique varieties of the popular baked good.
How Are Dossant Pastries Made?
The delectable sweet pastry is made by frying the dough in oil until it puffs into a beautiful and airy masterpiece. After they’re fried, the pastries can be filled with vanilla or lemon cream, berry jam, or whatever gooey concoction the baker decides to create. Next, they are covered in icing or glaze, and they’re topped with hazelnuts, chocolate chips, fruit, or sugar.
If you’re ready to experience this one-of-a-kind, mouth-watering treat, visit Benjamin's Bakery in Surfside Beach, SC, to satisfy your craving. Since 1994, these bakers have been committed to creating the freshest, most decadent pastries possible. Whether you’re in the mood for something sweet or savory, their menu is filled with delicious options that are sure to please your palate. To learn more about their dossant pastries and other baked goods, visit them online. To speak with a friendly member of their team, call (843) 477-1100 today.