These Croissants Put a New Twist on the Classic French Food

 - Jul 31, 2016
References: unionfare & thekitchn
Recent years have seen many different variations of standard foods and these red velvet croissants may be one of the most unique of these yet.

The croissants were made by New York's 'Union Fare Bakery' -- the makers of other interesting food items including the famed 'birthday cake croissant.' The red velvet croissants are "red velvet" through and through -- with a cocoa base that is red, a red syrup that is squeezed on top and red velvet cake crumbs that are generously added into the mix.

These unusual croissant flavors continue the popularity of reinterpreted standard food items. The red color of these unconventional croissants is likely to make them very popular in social media communities.