Instead of a sad bagel, commuters traveling in and out of New York City's Pennsylvania Station can now grab a delicious Croiffle for breakfast (or dessert).
The Croiffle is a cross between a croissant and a waffle, available from GODIVA's new New York City cafe. To create the pastry mashup, the cafe takes buttery croissants and presses them into a waffle iron. Customers can then choose a filling of their choice. Savory fillings include three cheese, ham and swiss, bacon eggs, and gouda, or sausage, egg, and gruyere. Or you can add dark or milk chocolate for a sweet Croiffle.
As North America's first GODIVA cafe, the New York City spot is the ultimate destination for decadent treats.
Image Credits: GODIVA.
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GODIVA's NYC Cafe is Serving a Croissant Waffle Called the Croiffle
- By: Katherine PendrillFeb 18, 2019