Greggs launch their version of the 'cronut', with a terrible name
The cronut - a croissant/doughnut hybrid - has been sending people in America absolutely mental, with people queuing 'round the block to snaffle one of these mini-heart attacks.
In New York, The Dominique Ansel Bakery trademarked the name and recipe, so copying them may prove difficult.
With that, Greggs have got in on the action, making their own version. However, they've called it the 'Greggsnut', which doesn't work as a pun at all.
A spokesperson said that this item is "the most exciting thing since the birth of the sausage roll", adding: "We are hoping the combination of a Greggs own layered pastry shaped into a doughnut captures the taste buds of London."
The recipe has been two months in development and comes in two flavours - summer berry and crème, and caramel and pecan. The name, it seems, didn't get nearly the same amount of attention. Either way, it won't be nearly as exciting as the sausage rolls they do that come with egg and bacon inside them.