Omaha, Nebraska 2021-05-27 09:28:24 –
Omaha, Nebraska (KMTV) —French bakery owners say his small store is in great demand now.
In this week’s Shop the Heartland report, 3 NewsNow anchor Serese Cole presents a sweet treat with a line of customers.
Among the small French bakeries is the town’s most popular pastries.
“I’ve only heard good things about it,” said first-time customer Kelly Ekabat.
“They appeared on my Facebook feed the other day, and I often said it was on the way to work, I need to try it,” said new customer Dennis Hatfres.
“We can’t keep inventory,” said Cedric Fichepain, owner of Le Petit Paris.
Butter, flakes and deliciousness are called kraffin.
“Clavin is our basic croissant dough, we just shape it in a tube. When it goes up, the shape of this muffin finally comes out and is packed with different types of cream,” explains Fischepan. Did.
Fishepain said about a month ago that rumors about their creation spread on social media.
Since then, the bakery has sold about 100 Cruffins in the morning.
On weekends, customers line up hoping to arrive on time.
“By 9 o’clock they were gone,” said Fischepan.
The bakery had to limit the number of people who bought it, as Cruffins go so fast every day.
Currently, you can only get 3 per customer.
“So it’s really on a first-come, first-served basis,” explained Fischepan.
“It’s very attractive,” said bakery Megan Allen.
Allen is the mastermind behind the crew fin boom.
She saw bakeries all over the country doing the same thing and wanted to bring a delicious delicacy to Omaha.
It was a complete cream after she got a go-ahead from her boss.
“Take it out of the oven and add sugar, then we grab the stuffing, and it’s strawberries and cream this week,” Allen explained.
“People love cream and crunchiness,” she added.
Almost every customer who stopped by the bakery while our news crew was there said they had to try it.
“It looked great. It looks great,” Hatfres said.
“They were talking about it for over a month,” Ecabert added.
Bakers work overtime to keep up with demand, which is a challenge.
“I’m a little disappointed because people aren’t here,” admitted Fischepan.
Customers don’t always get Cruffin, but they rarely leave empty-handed.
“So they come and try everything,” said Fischepan.
They try other delicious treats in the store, such as croissants, eclairs and fruit tarts.
By the end of the day, the bakery is usually gone from everything.
Craffin customers are thrilled to leave with pastry prizes.
If you want to sink your teeth into one, you have to start early before all the goodness is gone.
Le Petit Paris comes in a variety of Cruffin flavors. This week we have strawberries and cream. The owner reminds the customer that they are a small bakery.
They want to be able to make hundreds of Cruffins a day, but that’s not possible. But he is ordering more equipment to increase production.
If you want to try Cruffin yourself, Le Petit Paris is located at 567 North 155th Plaza in Pepperwood Village.
The phone number is (402) 934-7676.
Visit their website to see their complete menu.
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