King Cake Crêpe
Apples, Creme Filling, Ghirardelli White Chocolate & Multi-Colored Candied Sugar
Add Gelato/Sorbetto Classico - Small or Large
Crêpe Batter Options: Classic - Standard White Crêpe, Buckwheat - Traditional Galette, Tiger - Thin & Crispy White Crêpe, Golden - Sweet Crêpe, Hungarian - Cinnamon & Vanilla Crêpe, Chocolate, Gluten Free
Menu Name Definition: King Cake - In Louisiana, the tradition was brought to the area by colonists from France and Spain. King cake parties in New Orleans are documented back to the eighteenth century. The king cake of the New Orleans Mardi Gras tradition comes in a number of styles. The most simple, said to be the most traditional, is a ring of twisted bread similar to that used in brioche topped with icing or sugar, usually colored purple, green, and gold (the traditional Carnival colors) with food coloring. There are many variants, some with a filling, the most common being cream cheese and praline. It has become customary in the New Orleans culture that whoever finds the trinket (baby) must provide the next king cake.