- n. Plural form of croissant.
“But what they call croissants here in the US are certainly not even close to the light, buttery goodness that the French call by the same name albeit with a much cooler accent.”
“The croissants from the Farmcia Guadalajara are far superior to those of the famous secret bakery in Ajijic; In Chiapas Chedraui makes delicious croissants as well.”
“In Cabramatta's many bakeries, you'll find traditional European pastries such as croissants and pies as well as Vietnamese creations like banh mi,”
“If it is too hot or rainy, walk to Paris Deli (6 Phan Chu Trinh St., 84-4-934-5269), an indoor cafe in another colonial villa that also serves French breakfast favorites such as croissants and baguettes.”
“Pastries come out incredibly flaky, such as croissants or puff pastry.”
“A friend of mine, a Protestant, having tea with me one day in Paris was rather pleased with the bread or little "croissants," and asked me where they came from.”
“For breakfast (petit déjeuneur) French people usually drink coffee or tea in a bowl and eat bread or breakfast pastries such as croissants”
“The 20-year-old Phoenix-based company makes wholesale bakery products, such as croissants, pastries, muffins, cakes and cinnamon rolls, which it supplies to supermarkets and convenience stores across the country.”
“Nor is there any lack of sweet things to eat: in addition to the pastries such as croissants and brioches, there is also a cake counter with tasty desserts such as brownies (HUF 390), American cheesecake (HUF 490) and small, colourful macaroons (HUF 200).”
“To capitalise on this opportunity licensees need to be armed with the right grab-and-go breakfast products such as croissants, pastries and muffins.”
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