They arrive frozen, flat as a pancake, in a bag of about 26. You take out as many as you want to cook and in 25-30 minutes you have the most delicious buttery, rich experience you can ever imagine. The kitchen is even enveloped in that fresh baked buttery aroma! I know that sounds a bit over the top to describe croissants, but these are honestly THAT GOOD!! See???
So why am I going on and on about croissants? Because they are the main ingredient of this fabulous recipe I made for breakfast and it was SO easy since I had baked the croissants the day before! It is a Blueberry Croissant Puff compliments of "The-Girl-Who-Ate-Everything" blog!
|It only took 5 minutes to put the main ingredients in the pan,|
|Then it sits and soaks up that cream cheesy mixture for 20 minutes.|
|And after 20 minutes un the oven, you have flaky, buttery, melt in your mouth goodness!!!|
Add a little powdered sugar on top makes it the perfect morning treat!
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