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Home Made Chocolate Croissants Recipe

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by Dhanya Nair (subscribe)
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Published January 31st 2013
Because sinning is good
The weekend calls for a fun, hearty and warming breakfast that will keep your tummy and heart happy, even if it means sinning a little. These chocolate croissant recipes are just that and they are super easy to make. Instead of opting for slaving in the kitchen and making a dough, I have chosen to make them with store brought pastry puff sheets.

Let' get started: You will need one packet of ready rolled butter puff pastry. You can also choose light puff pasty like I have - it tastes equally divine.

100 gram dark or milk chocolate.
I egg white beaten.

Preheat the oven to 218 degree celsius with a lined baking tray . Roll out the pastry sheet and cut about six to eight squares.

Take a square and cut it into two triangles.

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Puff Pastry Cut into Triangles

Place 2-3 pieces of chocolate on the side facing you. Roll gently the side facing you, wrap and close it from the other side.

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Chocolate filling

You will get somewhat straight croissant. Press into a crescent shape by simply pushing it gently.

With a kitchen brush or your fingers swipe some beaten egg white on top.

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All set to go in

Pop it on the tray and bake it for 25-30 minutes. You will have around 12-14 mini croissants.

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Smells like chocolate and love

Your homely but quick chocolate croissants is now ready.
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