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Gaston’s Bakery Plain and Chocolate Croissants, Set of 15

Enjoy the tastes and aromas of Parisian-style baking without leaving your home. These flaky, buttery croissants are crafted with only the finest all-natural ingredients. Allow frozen croissants to rise overnight, then bake for a delicious, savory or sweet...Read More

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Enjoy the tastes and aromas of Parisian-style baking without leaving your home. These flaky, buttery croissants are crafted with only the finest all-natural ingredients. Allow frozen croissants to rise overnight, then bake for a delicious, savory or sweet treat.

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  • Manufacturer: Gaston’s Bakery
  • Includes: 7 plain ready-to-bake croissants; 8 chocolate ready-to-bake croissants
  • Made in USA
  • Croissant ingredients: unbleached bread flour, butter, all-natural yeast, white cane sugar, dry milk, salt
  • Chocolate croissant ingredients: unbleached bread flour, butter, all-natural yeast, white cane sugar, dry milk, salt, chocolate baton (sugar, cocoa paste, cocoa butter, emulsifier: soya lecithin, vanilla flavor)
Baking instructions and tips:

  • Take the croissants out of the freezer and let them rise overnight; leave on a baking tray on a kitchen counter for 6 to 8 hours. Time will depend on room temperature.
  • Gently brush on egg wash before baking (scramble an egg in a bowl, add one tablespoon of water and brush the mixture on top of each croissant with a pastry brush).
  • Preheat oven to 375°F and bake for 15 minutes. Let croissants cool before serving.
  • Using a Silpat will keep croissants from sticking to the pan.
  • For ovens with a proofing setting, allow croissants to thaw completely at room temperature, then place them in the oven to proof at 90°F (check on proofing croissants regularly to monitor proofing progress).
  • Convection cooking will bake croissants more evenly. When baking in a convection oven, be aware that cooking times may be somewhat lower and monitor croissants to prevent over-baking.

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C'est si bon!
C'est croissants sont d�licieux - je ne plaisante pas!

I really miss fresh baked croissants so I decided to try these instead of spending hours trying to concoct the perfect croissant recipe. Fortunately, there's no preparation involved with these - just pop in the oven and bake. The results were better than I imagined. They tasted like they came straight from the boulangerie - crispy on the outside, soft and fluffy on the inside. I especially like the chocolate ones which melt in your mouth. I highly recommend dipping these in cafe au lait for an authentic French touch. All I needed was a quick trip up the Eiffel Tower to round out the experience
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August 5, 2013
Heavenly
My girlfriend received a box of croissants from Gaston's Bakery for her birthday and they sat in the freezer for a few weeks. We finally baked a couple a few days ago and they are quite possibly the best croissants I've ever tasted. We were both gushing over them during breakfast and were excited to know that there were a bunch left in the freezer for later. They won't be in there for too long. The very next day, my mom sent me her Christmas wish list and her final item was 'a chocolate croissant'...well, that was a no-brainer! I placed my order and she'll be getting them just in time for Christmas. Perfect gift without a doubt. Highly recommended
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December 19, 2013
La Boulangerie at Home
Fresh, hot and flaky croissants at home whenever I want? Yes, please
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August 5, 2013
 

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Sur La Table Store
This is a gift for my son and daughter in law who love to bake and I love Sur la Table classes and their products.
CAROL F on Jun 15, 2015
It's my birthday and I don't want to bake. Plus I adore croissants
Eloise C on Mar 5, 2015
We had these before and wanted our friends to try them
Pamela S on Jun 12, 2015
love to provide overnight guests with delicious baked goods
Stephen P on Feb 22, 2015
Do you have allergen information for your croissant products? In particular wanted to see if any of them are made in a plant that processes peanuts.
A shopper on Jan 30, 2015
Gaston’s Bakery Plain and Chocolate Croissants, Set of 15
Gaston’s Bakery Plain and Chocolate Croissants, Set of 15
Gaston’s Bakery Chocolate Croissants, Set of 15
Gaston’s Bakery Chocolate Croissants, Set of 15
Gaston’s Bakery Croissants, Set of 15
Gaston’s Bakery Croissants, Set of 15
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Best Answer: These are not processed in a plant with peanuts, but almonds & walnuts are used.
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Can Gaston croissants be shipped to Canada

Can Gaston croissants be shipped to Canada
A shopper on Dec 4, 2013
Best Answer: Sorry but they cannot be shipped to Canada from Sur La Table.
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