Friday, April 2, 2010

The most delicious croissants- I promise!

Add these to your Eater menu, these things are to die for!

2 cups milk
3 yeast cakes (or 1 tblsp dry yeast)
4 tblsp sugar
1 1/4 tsp salt
5 1/2 cups flour
1 Ib butter

Mix all ingredients except butter in food processor (or with a hand mixer).
Roll dough inot large rectangle (about 12x20 inches)
Cut butter into approximately 1/4 inch slices.  Put butter slices on 2/3 of dough
Fold up bottom third (that doesn't hvae butter on it).  Fold down top third.
Regfigerate 20 minutes
Roll into 12x20 rectangle.  Fold into thirds.
Refrigerate 20 minutes
Roll into rectangle, fold into thirds again.
Refrierate 6 hours.
Roll out rectangle to about 1 inch thick.  Cut into 4 rows.  Roll o ut each section.
Cut each section into 6 wedges.  Roll each wedge very thin (the rougher the edges, the better).
Roll up each wege.  Put on greased cookie sheet.
Place croissants on cooke sheets (with the edge to catch melted butter).
Let raise 4 hours.
Bake at 350 for 15-20 minutes or until browned.

As you can see these do take a little work, but they are SO worth it!  This is a family tradition in our house, we can't go a holiday without them!  We have them by themselves, with homemade freezer jam (yum) and with turkey, cream cheese, and cranberry sauce (yum again- although I realize that is more of a Thanksgiving day thing).  Anyways, HAPPY FRIDAY!!!


  1. sounds good, and a great pic!

  2. Oh yum! These definitely look worth it to make! Thanks for sharing this recipe!

  3. I really want to make these.. it probably wont be until after Easter.. but I thank ya doll for the recipe!


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