Much smaller than usual, ( half the size )
I noticed the croissants are reduced on sizes. They are much smaller (half the normal sizes) for the same price. They looks like mini croissants for kids.
Why on earth has pain au raisin been removed and t
Why on earth has pain au raisin been removed and this offered instead?
I thought these were excellent, very similar to those I've had in France. They are small, but for us that was fabulous as it gave the taste without too many calories. I cooked for 22 minutes and they were perfect - hot and buttery. Lovely!
Absolutely brilliant, crispy croissants.
Poor quality, poor value
Very poor quality product. Small and do not expand much once baked - have way between a normal size croissant and a mini croissant. They are also very dry. I'm guessing the manufacturer has skimped on the butter in the pastry to save on costs. Far better available from other supermarkets - especially certain German owned ones.
Really like these. Better even than the "fresh" ones from the bakery counter.
Good start to day - croissant
Incredibly easy to cook straight from frozen particularly when you have unexpected guests
The best croissants in England !
After 45 yrs being in this country, it took many trials at finding the right taste of French croissants, and these are the ones. Super!
The croissant's turned out to be too small therefo
The croissant's turned out to be too small therefore not a very good bite I suggest you increase the size 2 times.
OK is you like plain croissants.
Received these as a substitution for almond croissants, which are gorgeous. These are OK (be careful not to overcook) but plain and need butter and jam to make them good. No substitute for their delicious almond croissants.