These are the best Croissants -
And I have tried Croissants from the other supermarkets - - 24 mins from a cold oven at 200 C -perfect!
Submitted by Gordon
Tres, tres bon!
These are superb, as in really, really good. 18 mins at 180 degrees, perfect fresh croissant. These make my weekends, cook a couple of extras in the morning, slice open and fill with cheese and salamis for an afternoon alternative to a sandwich. Combine with the Pain au Chocolat's and/or the maple and pecan slices for a simply perfect breakfast. PLEASE do not stop selling these, it makes me nervous when you put things on discount!!!!
Submitted by Graeme
So good to have fresh croissants at home, taste great too!
Submitted by R.H.
Worst croissants I've ever had, slimy inside.
Submitted by alyssa
Easy to bake & nice! Why have you stopped selling them?
Submitted by John D
These croissants are great! Especially fresh from the oven for breakfast. We always have some in the freezer, very convenient too.
Submitted by Nadia
Worst frozen croissants ever. They don't taste of butter, they taste of lard. They don't even get better with a bit of jam. We will never buy them again.
Submitted by Ema
Easy to cook, very flaky pastry and convenient to have in the freezer.
Submitted by anon
Lovely, crispy, flaky pastries. As others have said, cook them for a few minutes longer or on a slightly higher setting than the instructions say.
Submitted by Elizabeth
Baked first time
Baking them off fresh at home cannot be beaten. Best breakfast yum yum ever!
Submitted by Georgey
You might think these are going to be small, they bake big, I added a few more minutes to the cooking time and turn the oven and let them sit a while longer, first one I made was still little bit raw ...if you do buy these you wont be disappointed. Handy to keep in freezer to use when you want, will be buying these from now on.
Submitted by Jill
Took longer to cook, but ovens vary, nevertheless, well worth the wait--Delicious!!!
Submitted by S.A.W