Asda Continental Croissants Reviews
Product Type: Asda Snacks
Newest Review: ... my packet up properly in the cupboard, each croissant remains fresh. They smell delicious and always taste fresh. Overall I ... more
by - written on 03/04/12 (Very useful, 59 readings)
A croissant is a crescent shaped pastry product. Croissants are often found in continental buffets at breakfast time. Supermarkets offer their own range of croissants. ~Asda Continental Croissants~ 'French style, light and buttery croissants' If you go down to your local Asda today and pay a visit to the bread and cake section, you will find a few packs of croissants. They currently offer 'Extra Special' croissants and also a range of regular croissants. The Continental Croissants are available in packs of 4 or 8, in mini form or with 40% less fat. These croissants are part of the 'Chosen By You' range. They contain no artificial ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/04/10 (Very useful, 44 readings)
I usually only have time for a quick and simple cereal or toast breakfast in the morning before work, but at the weekend I like to have something a bit nicer and more satisfying for breakfast. I sometimes buy these croissants from Asda as I do really love the occasional croissant. These are a round crab-like shape with quite thin and crispy ends at the front and a larger and thicker bit in the middle at the back. The croissants have a crispy and flaky outer edge and inside the pastry is very soft and fluffy. They can be eaten either hot or cold but heated up they are much nicer. If eaten cold the outer edge is a little bit dry. If you heat them ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/02/10 (Very useful, 56 readings)
I occasionally buy these croissants as a special treat for a weekend morning. During the week breakfast is so rushed that I like to have a more leisurely affair at the weekend. At £0.88 for four or £0.22 each, a mini variety is also available at £1.69 for a pack of twelve. They are not a cheap alternative to cereal or toast but for the odd time I buy them it isn't overly expensive. The pack is made from a thin plastic that has heat sealed ends. Inside is a plastic tray with four croissants sitting on it. The plastic outer wrapping does open easily but I always end up with it tearing across the top meaning I have to store away what's left in an airtight ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/08 (Very useful, 132 readings)
Croissants to me are a must. Being a very bread friendly person of course I love the mighty croissant! I have written one or two croissant reviews in the past and I end up eating whatever my mum buys and recently I been getting the same one each week and I've reviewed them so I was glad when new ones turned up! The Packaging.... Clear, lilac and purple recyclable packaging with clear tray inside that the croissants sit in. On the front I'm told they are Asda, Continental 4 Croissant's, 'a classic continental breakfast with fresh coffee and fruit preserve' and next to that there is a photograph of a croissant next to it. I'm also told they oven bake ... Read the complete review
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