Croissants

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Another easy Jus Rol product for children to help with.

Little helper, Maximus along with Teddy .

Oven cook (From Chilled): Preheat the oven at 200°C (180°C fan assisted ovens) / Gas Mark 6.
Line a baking tray with non-stick baking paper.
1. Pull the red corner of the label around the can.
2. The can will pop open.
3. Unroll the dough and use a knife to separate the triangles by cutting along the perforated line..
4. From the base of the triangle, roll the dough up to the narrow point to form croissants.
5. Place on lined baking tray (with the narrow point tucked under the base of the croissant) approx. 5cm apart.
6. Glaze with egg wash or milk for a golden brown and flaky finish.
7. Place on the middle shelf of the oven and bake for 10-15 minutes or until golden brown.
Best served fresh and warm from the oven!

Preparation instructions from www.tesco.com

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Although they were not very flaky, they were tasty!

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9 thoughts on “Croissants

  1. weggieboy says:

    It is smart mothering to teach children how to make food.

    Boys oftentimes were left out of the process in the past, and I remember well one husband (a family friend), when his wife was hospitalized from a heart condition and waiting on her family to much hand and foot, proudly announced he’d made coffee all by himself!

    My mother taught Red Cross swimming for 60 years. During swimming season, the four of us kids and my father had to know how to fix ourselves and the others meals, and I am thankful I learned how. Maximus will thank you later!

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    • Persia Karema says:

      I agree. Regardless of gender, we all have to eat, therefore, we should all learn to prepare food. I hope your friend’s wife is OK. This is a prime example of what I do not want to happen to Max. One should be able to do at least the basics for themselves, for you never know when you will find yourself in a situation whereby you have to take care of yourself! Your mother is very wise to leave you, your siblings and your father to look after yourselves whilst she taught swimming; and I’m sure you are grateful – even if you perhaps did not think so at the time. I would like Max to grow into an independent individual. I think teaching a child/children at a young age is the right time to start!

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