6 Reviews

Family loved them! Rolled out puff pastry a bit with a rolling pin a bit and cut into 6 squares for each sheet. Better size for a breakfast treat since there would be other things to eat. Used semi sweet chocolate chips instead of milk cholocate and was even more like the real chocolate croissant! Could have made a double batche they went so fast!

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tnkisland July 08, 2012

I should have pushed mine together better as some of them opened up...but the ones that did not looked great...and they tasted wonderful

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CIndytc February 21, 2010

These were wonderful. Just make sure pastry dough is still very cold so that the two layers of dough separate. Easy and delicious.

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lakehouse January 27, 2010

5 stars for taste and presentation! These are beautiful and taste wonderful! Really looks like a gourmet cook made them! They took me 5 minutes to make!

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Chef rmshill December 23, 2009

These are *FABULOUS*. I have made 3 batches so far and everyone has had nothing but rave reviews. A few notes- I actually made each sheet of the puff pastry into 8 little croissants instead of the four- a bit tricker, but they went a lot further with 6 kids frothing over them! I only used about 1.5 tsp of chocolate chips for the little ones and about 1 T of chocolate chips for the large ones. Also, I was a bit confused whether I was supposed to simply 'roll' the puff pastry out of the parchment paper, or actually 'roll' it with a rolling pin, but it was simply to be rolled out of the parchment. I also baked my croissants for a bit longer- 20-25 min. That seemed to be the right temp for a good melting of the chips inside. One last thing, just for reference, I also had to microwave the semi sweet chocolate and butter for a bit longer- about a minute. These are SO incredible and SO easy, it's laughable. These could be served at the most elegant of functions and everyone would be amazed and think that you had slaved for hours. Wonderful! Thank you for sharing!!

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Food Snob ;) November 02, 2008

I had a similar recipe I was going to post and found Kitten had the same one. These were very good I used the swirled caramel and milk chocolate chips which made the flavor so good, not to chocolatey. I also served these with ice cream like a warm torte or similar. It was so good but very rich! Great recipe.

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startnover January 13, 2006
Easy Chocolate Puff Pastry Croissants