Pain au Chocolat or Chocolate Croissants Ready-to-bake Frozen Dough
Originally called pain au chocolat (pang' o shock-o-lah) in French made with the same traditional exquisite recipe by artisanal bakers exclusively using pure butter through a gentle and steady layering of dough and chocolate for croissant. Also known as chocolate croissants, in frozen dough form, this exceptional ready-to-bake pastry is inspired by the French pastry-making tradition. The crescent-shaped pastry we all love so much in its true flaky form with a cholatey twist.
A careful and long process by passionate pastry chefs, giving way to an exceptional puff pastry quality in all its flaky glory, crisp texture, and delicious flavor with enticing natural aromas.
You can have this unique experience of baking french croissants like a master pastry chef with these ready to bake goodness. Have an easy way to make chocolate croissants that taste like what a real pastry chef would bake. Create yourself a pastry that yields a lovely golden-brown appearance, a refined crisp, and a texture firm with notes of chocolatey taste. It is:
- - Suitable for vegetarians
- - Halal-Certified
Wheat flour, butter 21%, chocolate 10% (sugar, cocoa paste, cocoa butter, emulsifier [soya lecithin], natural vanilla flavour) water, sugar, yeast, powdered whole milk, wheat gluten, salt, enzymes (amylases, hemicellulases), flour treatment agent (ascorbic acid), eggs.
Allergen advice: contains gluten, eggs, soya, and dairy products. May contain traces of nuts.
Delivered frozen in dough format.
Frozen dough form: 9-10 cm long
Baked product: 61 g average weight, 10-12 cm long
Keep frozen at -18°C before using.
Do not refreeze after defrosting.
Defrost at room temperature for 15-20 minutes.
Watch instructional video here.
Place on baking paper maximum of 6 pieces (tray 40 X 60 mm).
Bake at 170-180°C for 16-18 minutes.
*Choose only professional quality baking paper with wax texture to allow the product to rise and expand.
*please check oven preferences for specific needs
270 days (9 months) in the freezer
3 days in the chiller
24 hours in the refrigerator