4 Reviews

Well, I have made this three times in the last two weeks. The first time I made it, I set it on the back of the stove to rest a bit while preparing the rest of the meal. Kept eating the sauce with a spoon and making very weird sounds. Needless to say, I love it!! I had my sister (zaar member) in Florida look it up. She added raisins and loved it, too. The only thing I did differently was to slice the croissants vertically into 5 or 6 slices. Be sure to leave some of the croissant "ends" sticking up in the pan, they turn wonderfully crunchy as they absorb the sauce.

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Snow Pea September 19, 2003

Snow Pea is right! This is so good! Like Snow Pea, I made it and set it on the back of the stove to stay warm. I also had to eat some while finishing the rest of my meal, and I too made some weird noises! So weird, my husband came into the kitchen to see what I was up to! It is THAT good! I also soaked some raisins in rum and added them before baking. A must try! Thanks Mirj!

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~*~Gold Medal Flower~*~ September 24, 2003

Very nice thank you.

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beaton126 January 05, 2008

Wow! I loved this and so did the rest of the family, we had it for dessert. I was worried that the croissants would be totally soggy, but they were perfect, soaked with the toffee at the bottom and very crispy at the top. I used 4 large croissants and cut them into about 5/6 vertical slices, used the same quantities as posted for the sauce and it was perfect. Thanks for posting this Mirj!

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Nic December 20, 2006
Sticky Croissant Toffee Pudding