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Thread: What to put in a croissant?

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    Default What to put in a croissant?

    So i need some ideas. Going to have croissants for brunch/lunch but haven't got much idea of what i could put in it?

    Any ideas?
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    I'm guessing you're not baking them yourself?

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    Peanut butter?
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    Have it the French way!

    Get yourself a bowl (not mug) of Hot Chocolate and dunk the croissant in there. Yummy!

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    Ham and Cheese.
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    sunshine D and strawberry jam

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    eat is just like that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingmonty View Post
    I'm guessing you're not baking them yourself?
    No i bought them from woolies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keeper View Post
    eat is just like that?
    Isn't that a little bland?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Serqet View Post
    No i bought them from woolies.
    Ugh... amateurs

    Then just some mature cheddar or mature Dutch Gouda (some will shout sacrilege I know but it's about the taste!). Just at least heat them for 5 - 10 seconds in the microwave first (or in a warm oven for a few minutes)

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    Hehe i've never made croissants. Is it easy?
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    smoked salmon and emmental cheese. or camembert and parma ham.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serqet View Post
    Hehe i've never made croissants. Is it easy?
    Time consuming but easy enough.

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    Bacon, egg, cheese and tomatoe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skoob View Post
    Bacon, egg, cheese and tomatoe.
    Oooooh nice idea.
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