Strange sour taste and forgot the butter!
I received these as a substitution for Pain au Chocolat. I had never tried them before and I certainly won’t be buying them again. They looked inviting but the croissant didn’t have the usual buttery taste - they don’t need palm oil. But the real disappointment was the chocolate filling which tasted almost sour, very unpleasant. Both went in the bin. Got this one wrong, Tesco!
Bring old recipe back, these are disgusting
They use to be really nice, use to buy it everyday but now they taste disgusting. Bring the original ones back
Packing unsuitable,croissants stale
Used to buy these every week,since they now come in paper bags not fresh,hard and nasty.
Really lovely everyone enjoys these in our house. Only problem is they are often out of stock.
These emotionless corporate freaks still think, in 2021, that PALM OIL is okay to be put in food! I personally do not feel like eating a French desert at the price of a little orangutans mother to be mutilated or brutally murdered for some oil. Buy hey, at least it cheap!
Palm oil croissants
I ordered this by mistake not realising one of the main ingredients is palm oil. I would like to eat food that isn't full of cheap filler ingredients that destroy the planet but I'm clearly in a minority as more and more food is filled with vegetable oils and people happily buy it.
Baker must of forgotten the time!
These are usually very nice but on this occasion they were overcooked, tasted burnt and had hardly any chocolate in the end!
Tough hard chewy.
Tough hard chewy.
the chocolate was quite satisfactory as was the cr
the chocolate was quite satisfactory as was the croissant. I was also a big fan of the chocolate. The croissant was also delicious. I also liked the chocolate.