Coffee & Treats in Cherry Hill

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Delicate, crispy crepe edges give way to a tender pastry center. Each paper-thin bite reveals a hidden filling such as lemon and sugar, nutella, or italian sausage. Le Cafe Creperie’s chefs have perfected their art with a five-step process: patrons can watch as cooks pour, spin, and flip their crepe, fill it with sweet or savory ingredients, then fold it to trap in the luscious flavors. Beyond crepes, Le Cafe also serves their own flatbread creations, "nanzzas." These unique pizzas are made with a foundation of Tandoori-naan flatbread and come baked in nine varieties such as pesto basil, spinach and chicken, chicken asiago, Mediterrranean, and tomato basil.

1892 Marlton Pike East
Cherry Hill,
NJ
US

Jilly B's Boutique & Treats uses all-natural ingredients to gussy up its fat- and gluten-free yogurt made from skim milk. The roster of flavors on the menu frequently reinvents itself, but like determined starfish, classic standbys, such as coffee, peanut butter, vanilla, and raspberry, withstand the changing tides. Dress up a dish of the low-calorie, kosher dessert ($2.95–$4.50) with 1 of more than 25 toppings ($0.50–$0.95 each), ranging from granola, candy, and almonds to fruit, sauces, and top hats. Vanquish indecision with a two-topping parfait, or silence the demands of sweet teeth with a Yowich, frozen yogurt gingerly smooshed between two cookies.

100 Springdale Rd
Cherry Hill,
NJ
US

After Vernon Rudolph acquired a closely guarded yeast-raised Krispy Kreme Doughnuts recipe from a New Orleans pastry chef, he shared his appreciation for delectable disks by opening shop in 1937 and selling the first Krispy Kremes to grocery stores. The wafting aroma of glazed Krispy Kreme Doughnuts increased demand for the sweet treats and caused Rudolph to redesign his building's layout to include a walkup window, Rudolph was able to sell them directly to any passing customer who demanded a snack. Later, he joined forces with equipment engineers, creating baking equipment that guaranteed uniform shape and dough consistency.

Rudolph's departure to a pastry-filled afterlife in 1973 did not stop Krispy Kreme from expanding into a global sensation and continuing to innovate. In recent years, the company enhanced the treat-retrieving experience by introducing a Hot Light that, when illuminated, indicates when Krispy Kreme Doughnuts are fresh off the conveyor belt.

1170 Haddon Ave
Collingswood,
NJ
US