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How to make croissants....

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As soon as I saw this post about making croissants, I just knew that I had to share it.

So for those of you that want to learn how to make croissants, please click here.


Bonne journée a tous,

Leeann x

Comments

  1. I will definitely try this recipe don't they just look lovely with a nice cup of coffee!
    Jillx

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  2. Probably beyond my patience level but I think I will leave it open for Top to see...He's magic in the kitchen and loves fresh croissants!

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  3. Dear Leeann, thanks for sharing this with us! I love to bake and even more during this time of the year! I can smell Christmas already!
    Have a good day!

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  4. They look beautiful. Am head there.
    Teresa

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  5. this reminds me of "it's complicated" when she makes the pain au chocolat. I may need to try my hand at some croissants!

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  6. My mouth is watering...thanks for sharing the recipe!

    xx,
    Michelle

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  7. Thanks for sharing this fabulous recipe! Yum.

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  8. Looks yummy but won't try it at home - I would eat them all!

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  9. Bonjour Leeann,

    Thanks for sharing the croissant recipe, they look divine.
    I would like to try making some.

    Happy Wednesday
    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  10. One of my husband's favorites, sadly store bought ones though. Thanks for that recipe, I'm not sure of the conversion from grams to cups, but 500 grams of butter is scary (but sinfully yummy) sounding! xo ~Lili

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  11. Great recipe and I'll eat them for anyone who wants to make them for me!!

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  12. Great recipe and I'll eat them for anyone who wants to make them for me!!

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  13. What a delicious
    post,buttery and flaky,
    Time to indulge in
    sinful pleasures {sighs}
    j'adore croissants:)

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  14. Hi there!
    I viewed the post and saw the recipe, but when I tried to look again later it told me I didn't have permission to view the blog you linked to! I was devastated that I hadn't written it down.
    Is there any chance you could copy paste me the recipe in a quick message, please??

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  15. I am having a hard time getting How to make croissants.... recipe. Please e-mail me @ bonnieleehull@yahoo.com,if any one out there has it! Thanks so much

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  16. I am getting the permission denied message as well when I click on the link. How does one get around this? Where do you subscribe in order to gain access?

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  17. I think that the blog is been disabled. Here is a link to another recipe.....

    http://paulhollywood.com/recipes/croissants/

    Leeann

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