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Seasonal Sweets: Banana-Chocolate "Faux-ssants"

Sweets Jenny McCoy Post a comment

Welcome to our newest column, Seasonal Sweets, where Jenny McCoy—pastry chef, ICE instructor, and author of Desserts for Every Season—will be sharing a recipe that highlights the best ingredients of the season. First up? Easy chocolate-banana croissants. More

Banana-Chocolate "Faux-ssants"

Serious Eats Jenny McCoy 4 comments

These banana and chocolate chip croissants are quick and simple to prepare thanks to store-bought puff pastry. More

What Are Your Favorite Croissant Hybrids (Real or Imaginary)?

Robyn Lee 23 comments

Crachos, crudding, crumbo, craggis...the world of croissant hybrids is endless. And funny-sounding. Tell us your favorites! More

Press Tea's Excellent Baked Goods Hide in Plain Sight

New York Niko Triantafillou 1 comment

Beautiful, flaky croissants and savory and sweet scones are all winners at the small tea shop in the West Village. More

A Sandwich a Day: Junction Croissant from Bakery Nouveau, Seattle

A Sandwich a Day Erin Jackson 1 comment

The Junction Croissant at Bakery Nouveau combines an otherworldly croissant with a complete breakfast. More

Sugar Rush: Raspberry Croissant from La Toulousaine

New York Niko Triantafillou 2 comments

It's usually a good omen to see repeat customers—especially locals—coming back for something. One had just placed an order for a raspberry croissant, and who am I to argue with the regulars? More

Sunday Brunch: Nutella, Banana, and Croissant Pudding

Sunday Brunch Sydney Oland 1 comment

A sweet brunch item you can make the night before, then bake fresh the next morning. More

Nutella, Banana, and Croissant Pudding

Serious Eats Sydney Oland 1 comment

A sweet brunch item you can make the night before, then bake fresh the next morning. More

What To Eat At Cafe Besalu In Seattle

Sweets Jay Friedman 3 comments

Pastry chef James Miller is the steady hand in the hot kitchen at Cafe Besalu, churning out trays of delicacies. Which of his treats should you order? The plain croissant is a given, and here are a few additional recommendations to round out your breakfast tray. More

Sugar Rush: Walnut Cream Croissant at Pain D'Avignon

New York Kathy YL Chan 1 comment

A golden croissant ($3) is flecked with crushed walnuts and a dusting of powdered sugar. Fresh, with endless buttery layers (that should be more flaky) and a heart of walnut cream. Walnut cream? Yes. Think frangipane made with walnuts in place of almonds. More

Afternoon Snack: Snack Croissants at Ceci Cela

New York Max Falkowitz Post a comment

These two- or three-bite croissant sandwiches make the perfect snack: buttery, crisp, and slightly sweet, a croissant fix without that "I just ate half a stick of butter" feeling. More

Meet the Maker of Floriole's Ham and Cheese Croissant

Chicago Johnny Auer 2 comments

You may not consider how much time and careful attention was paid to the croissant when you eat it, but Sandra Holl at Floriole Bakery sure does. From start to finish, her ham and cheese croissants take almost a full twenty-four hours to be made. More

Patisserie Claude Reopens in the West Village, Without Claude

New York Carey Jones Post a comment

As of a few months ago, Patisserie Claude was the sort of independent shop that hardly existed in Manhattan anymore—especially in the West Village, where skyrocketing rents have displaced many mom-and-pop operations. While the sometimes ornery, sometimes charming Claude... More

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