A London Bakery Is Making Doughnut Ice Cream Cones

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Last Updated 28 June 2016

A London Bakery Is Making Doughnut Ice Cream Cones
Finish your ice cream then start on the fluffy doughnut Crone.

First came the Cronut, a hybrid of the croissant and doughnut, and now London is about to go crazy for the Crone – an ice cream cone made entirely from doughnut dough.

London-based chef Paul Hurley from Dum Dum Doughnuts has joined forces with the team at Camden Market to create ice cream cones made from Paul’s patented croissant-doughnut dough recipe, which is baked, not fried.

Own the Crone.

The first Crones go on sale from Thursday 30 June from 11.30am in the Future of Retail Store in Camden’s Stables Market, and the first 50 customers in line will get a free Crone.

If you’ve ever felt disappointed when your ice cream is all gone and you’re left with a dusty old cone, this could be the best news you’ll hear this summer.

Dum Dum, North Yard, Camden Market, Chalk Farm Road, NW1 8AH