Pillsbury cresent batter always has stuck into a lump we can’t undo and thus we make BLOB rolls…got to be a better way to package!
Paul, you may be getting cresent rolls mixed up with crissants? They really are completely different.
Wonderful frozen croissants can be ordered from Williams Sonoma. They are pricey, but are just as delicious as you would find in a great French bakery.
Pam, I don’t know how much time you have on your hands but they are fairly easy to make at this time of year. The cold weather makes this dough easyer to work with due to the butter and rolling.
This dough also freezes well, just add a little extra yeast to the portion you are going to freeze. Chow Jim
ayersian, awesome suggestion… I will look to see if there is a Trader joe’s near me.
Pamela, how about these from Trader Joe’s?
Leave them out overnight to proof, then bake in the morning — truly a guilty pleasure that we’ve enjoyed maybe too many times! I highly recommend them if you have TJ’s in your area…you will not be disappointed. [:p] Chris
I have bought them in the tube but not frozen. Pillsbury sells them in the tube.I bake them all the time often filling them with cheese or sausage or pepperoni or both and sometimes veggies. Great for breaking the fast.
Paul E. Smith
I saw on the HOME psge, that awesome looking morning bun and started drooling.
I so love croissants and that one,OMG looks so awesome!!
I have looked locally ( Dayton, Ohio ) in our grocery stores for frozen croissant dough but, didn’t find it. I found all kinds of
other doughs though lolzzz. Have any of you seen croissant dough in your stores??
Thanks for any help,
Frozen croissant dough
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