Product Type: Sainsbury's Snacks
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Sainsbury's 'So Organic' Croissants
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Sainsbury's 'So Organic' Croissants
Disadvantages: High calorie content if you eat more than one!
I read a review on here the other day about someone eating Croissants and so when I went to Sainsbury's and saw these I had to have them as I love a Croissant covered in butter and jam!
What Are They?...
Sainsburys SO Organic Croissants. (Yes they are organic!)
Clear plastic unrecyable packaging with a dark green section on the front letting me know who they are by and what they are, best before date and an at a glance nutritional value section. Through the packaging I have 4 rather large croissants sitting in a moulded plastic tray.
On the back tells me a more in depth run down on the nutritional values, ingredients, allergy advice, about the croissants, how to keep the product fresh, how to warm them up and contact details for Sainsbury's.
You may associate the croissant with France but it was actually created by Viennese bakers in the 17th century and only introduced into France in 1838. But that's history for you. What's really important is how popular the croissant is today - a firm favourite as a delicious treat at breakfast and beyond!
About Sainsburys Organic Croissants....
'Our organic croissants are baked with care using only quality ingredients. Organic stone-ground flour, sugar, eggs and creamy butter come together to create this melt in your mouth pastry - light, crisp and so moreish, so enjoy every mouthful'.
How To Keep Fresh And Cook....
Store in a cool dry place.
If freezing, freeze on day of purchase and consume within 1 month. Defrost thoroughly and use within 24 hours. Once thawed do not re-freeze.
Best served warm....
Preheat oven to 180c, 350F, Gas Mark 4.
Place on a baking sheet for 4 minutes to heat through.
Well I've eaten the lot!. They are delicious! The first two I warmed in the oven on the first day of purchase so they were really fresh. I was impressed by the large size and they were so flaky! They 'flaked' everywhere though and made a bit of a mess. The second day I had them I warmed them not according to the instructions and popped them on my toaster and used the bun warming tray and they were just as nice. On day two they wernt quite so flaky which I actually prefered as there was so much less mess.
They look just how you think Croissants should look. A lovely golden colour. You expect to cut them and get the flakyness. Without that it just isnt a croissant lol. The texture is buttery and leaves your hands a little greasy. They are not at all sweet and sickly and as Sainsbury's say they really are moreish. They are not pappy. I hate that when you chew and stuff like this it can get gooey and stick to your teeth and the roof of your mouth. These don't and they were a pleasure to eat and knowing they were organic I didn't feel so guilty till I checked out the calories at least.
Lovely for breakfast, simple to prepare and really filling I throughly enjoyed them and will re purchase them alot in the future as they are exceptionally good value and feel like a luxiourious treat.
Wheat Flour, Butter (26%)*, Water, Sugar, Pasteurised Whole Egg, Yeast, Salt, Skimmed Milk Powder*, Flour Treatment Agent: Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C), *from Cows' Milk, Of the ingredients that can be organic, 100% are organic, Water, Salt, Yeast and Ascorbic Acid.
Suitable for vegetarians.
Organic.....produced to EC Organic Regulations. Organic Certification UK5.
Contains milk, egg, wheat gluten.
Nutritional Information Per Croissant....
Energy 190 Kcal
of which is sugars 1.8g
of which is starch 16.4g
of which is staurates 6.5g
of which is sodium 0.2g
Only in Sainsbury's 99p Per 4 Pack.
Summary: Great start to the day lol