Easter is right around the corner, and many of us will be hosting family members who have traveled in for the festivities. Whether you have a sunrise church service to attend or a more laid back family day planned, you will want to have a variety of special treats on hand for your Easter day. We were recently introduced to a new treat, Bauli Croissants. These croissants are filled with yumminess. Chocolate, cherry, and vanilla cream fillings will have your family and friends thanking you for providing a breakfast, brunch, or even dessert option that isn’t egg based. Let’s face it, you will want something other than eggs!
Bauli Flavor Filled Croissants come in individually wrapped packages. And if you are quick to the draw, no one has to know they are prepackaged goodies! The mini croissants come in chocolate and vanilla filled flavors, and are specified as 1 serving per package. These little guys are kind of addicting. I almost didn’t have time to get pictures of the minis before Chad ate them all!
Bauli was started in 1922, but didn’t make it’s ready to eat pre-packaged appearance until the 50’s. Growing from humble beginnings in the 20’s to a major player today, Bauli has striven to keep it’s high standards of providing authentic Italian-style treats throughout all of its growth. Today you can find Bauli products in 70 countries and on 5 continents. I’d say they are doing pretty well for themselves!
Now, I have to say that when I was sent these croissants I wasn’t expecting the moist delicious taste we got. I was expecting dry and slightly maybe a little rubbery. I mean it’s a pre-packaged croissant. How good could it really be? I was shocked to realize that these little gems were going to go super fast and that everyone who tried one loved them! I might have a slight fondness for a warmed chocolate filled croissant with a cup of coffee. I simply pop my croissant onto a plate, heat it in the microwave for 30 seconds, and voila I have transformed my breakfast to a new state. Back to serving these to your Easter guests.
If you want to make them fill a bit like they are getting special treatment, grab you enough croissants for two per person. Open the individual packages, and place on a cookie sheet. Let them heat in a warm oven for about 5 minutes. Serve them with coffee, hot tea, or milk.