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Chocolate is a favourite in my home, so this was greatly appreciated, especially served warm, since the chocolate had that melt in your mouth texture to it. In fact, any leftovers were warmed up in the microwave.
Wow these were a huge hit at my Sunday Dinner. I made some of them with sugar free chocolate for the diabetics and everyone raved about them...So glad I made a double batch...
They ate them all!
I miss the chocolate filled croissants I used to enjoy in Switzerland. This is a quick and easy substitute. Thanks for posting. Made for PRMR.
Whats not to love about these little treats!!! Yummy pastry and chocolate can't be beat!! I made them exactly as written and they turned out perfect. 17 yo DS and I are enjoying them!!! Thanks for sharing the recipe!! Made for PRMR.
This is a classic. I used couverture chocolate as we don't like milk chocolate. Made on Saturday morning 10am, gone on Saturday morning 10:45am. Anyone else have the Joe Dassin earworm? 'Tous les matins, il achete son p'tit pain au chocolat-ai-yi-yi-yi-yi...' Thanks.
Yummy!! I loved these. I didn't measure the chocolate and didn't have the high qualitly chocolate but still loved them. Also, mine didn't look as pretty as the picture but fiddly stuff is not usually my thing. Next time I will sail through it. It really is not hard. Thanks for posting your wonderful little recipe. Made for ZWT5 Hell's Kitchen Angels.
Very easy, and absolutely to die for. I couldn't stop eating them. I brought a few to my french teacher (who lived in france for two years) and she thought they were great. I think the quality would vary a lot depending on the chocolate used, and I just used hershey's symphony bars. I ended up only using about 8 ounces, and even then I double stacked the pieces so you could either be a bit more specific or a bit more vague on the chocolate and it would make more sense. :] Made for ZWT5.