South Bay is Going Nuts for Cronuts at Torrance Bakery

The half croissant, half donut phenomena known as cronuts is in the South Bay! There’s no need to go all the way to New York for these delicious hybrid donuts because Torrance Bakery is now offering them.


Cronuts were developed just this year in New York and have now taken the entire world by storm. It is a croissant and donut in one.  They were initially created by New York pastry chef Dominique Ansel by frying croissant dough.

When I first heard Torrance Bakery was offering these new popular pastries, I knew I had to go check it out. I was impressed the moment I saw and tasted them!


Torrance Bakery’s cronuts are delicious! It is hard not to see why there’s such a giant hype over these. Cronuts have a soft base, a flaky crust and just the right amount of sweet.  Taste-wise, they reminded me somewhat of a churro in a donut and croissant form.

I’ve seen on the news how people are going crazy over cronuts. Lines are being formed in front of bakeries all over the world for these new creations. It’s nice to see them come to the South Bay.

Cronuts are being offered for $2.50 each at Torrance Bakery. Once you try them, you’ll see why they’re so popular.

torrance bakeryAside from cronuts, Torrance Bakery has plenty of other yummy treats to offer.  Please check out my recent Hello Kitty Foodie blog post about Torrance Bakery to learn about the other goodies you can find here.


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Jenn is the blogger behind the food blog Hello Kitty Foodie. You can find her running around the South Bay carrying her Kate Spade “Eat Cake for Breakfast” bag in one hand and a hello kitty iPhone in the other for taking Instagram food photos. She loves all things cute like cupcakes and macarons!

2 Responses to “South Bay is Going Nuts for Cronuts at Torrance Bakery”

  1. what happen to the cream filling in the cronuts???

  2. Hi B. Torrance Bakery newest cronut offerings have filling. Just last week, they introduced strawberry + custard and chocolate mouse.