Hype in America: breakfast cereal in the form of mini croissants

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The croissant is more popular than ever. You can find the buttery puff pastry artwork on sweaters, wallpaper, as a pendant for your necklace and as a Christmas bauble. But, luckily, the croissant is still there to eat. Although it is also taking on more and more unique forms there (just look at the croissant ice cream from Fort Negen ). For example, breakfast cereals have recently been introduced in the form of mini-croissants. Does it get better than this?

We dare to doubt it.

Everyone’s corona hobby

What do you get when you quarantine a Frenchman and an American in a room? That’s right: they are taking over the patisserie world. Just before Ashley and Gautier Coiffard’s new L’Appartement 4F bakery was due to open, New York’s Montague Street was an empty and almost deserted slice of the Big Apple.

While many bakers in the United States struggled and kept experimenting how to sell that French buttery sandwich again, for the Ashley and Gautier it was only a combination of ingredients and their origin that they started playing with. And not necessarily with taste, but with size.

Breakfast cereals in the form of mini croissants

In addition to the special flavors of the croissants and pain au chocolats (raspberry or rose and pistachio), the two also launched their croissant bagels. So now there are the breakfast cereals in the form of mini croissants. That is indeed exactly what you think it is.

Mini croissants , each hand-rolled by Ashley or Gautier themselves (they don’t want to burden their busy team with the rotten work, they say), sprayed with cinnamon water after which the mini croissants are first dehydrated and then baked.

No mini wallet

Would you like a portion of those cereals in the form of mini croissants to take at home? Then you should not bring a mini wallet. One box of 250 grams will cost you 50 dollars. That’s right: fifty dollars. It is better to cut a large croissant into pieces or make it yourself as in the video below.

Source: Culy by culy.nl
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