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Chocolate Croissants (Pain au chocolat)

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Chocolate Croissants

Created in this Craftsy Course

Classic Croissants at Home taught by Colette Christian

A flaky croissant fresh from the oven! Pastry chef Colette Christian will teach you how to create these buttery pastries in your own kitchen.

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Category Food & Cooking
Type French
Ingredient Grains
Method Bake
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Share a little about the ingredients and techniques used to create this dish/item. Unsalted Kerry Gold Irish Butter, SAF instant yeast, chocolate batons, nonfat milk powder, Baleine fine sea salt, King Arthur unbleached all-purpose, flour, eggs, sugar.

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What are you most proud of? Just trying to make them at home because they are a bit labor intensive, though a lot of that time you are just waiting for the dough to chill in the fridge in different stages of the process. And I'm proud of the rise in my dough and that they taste great!

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Read through the entire recipe and info list first. Then watch the Supplies video segment so you can see the importance of using specific ingredients and tools (like a good rolling pin). Then buying the ingredients/supplies and watching the videos all the way through at least once. And take notes on your recipe sheet because the instructor has good tips that are not included on the recipe list that might help you be more successful when baking. These notes will also help you when you make the croissants again later.

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Colette, these the croissants made with unsalted Kerry Gold. I'm the student who couldn't find unsalted Plugra (well, I finally found it at one store, but it was sold out!). My husband couldn't wait for me to garnish them, so we just ate them as is. And the first thing he said was "Mmmmm"! Thank you for a terrific class! You are a really good and thorough teacher!

09/27/2012 Flag

Hi littlecp, What beautiful pain au chocolat! And the Kerry Gold worrked out - it is such delicious butter. I am so happy that you enjoyed the class. You did a great job. The bake, the shaping and the layers - great job! Happy Baking! Colette

09/28/2012 Flag

Wow... look at those Pain au Chocolat - they look professionally made!!! Makes me homesick (born in France)... Looks like I missed out on a good class offered by Colette. I'm going to have to look into this class if I can end up with yummy Pain au Chocolat like this!! Nice job - wish I was there to nibble on one in person - LOL

09/28/2012 Flag

so beautiful

12/08/2012 Flag