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Afraid to Go Back to the Cronut? Here Are Five Pastries That Could Take Its Place as the Pastry of Choice

Satisfy your sweet tooth with these delicious treats

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The Donart

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Here's a pastry hybrid that even vegans can enjoy. The Donart has the density of a doughnut, the look of a tart, and is made entirely from organic ingredients, including ground flax seeds, apple cider vinegar, and both oat and whole wheat flour. It also comes in three distinct flavors, including glazed double dark chocolate, and vanilla almond with raspberry glaze and mango dots. The Donart just became available to the public, but early tasting reports are promising.

About Laura Kiniry

Laura Kiniry is a San Francisco-based freelance writer specializing in food, drink, and travel. She contributes to a variety of outlets including American Way, O-The Oprah Magazine, BBC.com, and numerous AAA pubs.

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