WATCH: At-Home Cronuts Still Really Effing Hard to Make (Even With Dominique Ansel’s Help)
Yes, it still takes three days. And many steps. And frankly, if you don’t have Dominique Ansel by your side to show you the way, we’re not sure if it’s possible to make it at home.
Nevertheless, Good Morning America takes Ansel to the test kitchen to try out his at-home Cronut recipe. Now that we see exactly how much time, effort, and butter goes into the at-home Cronut, we think we’re good on waiting in line. Ansel’s advice if you’re just not into waiting three whole days and following a million and a half steps? Make his 45-minute Madeleine cookies. That, we can get on board with.
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