Croissants rolled in a can (Danerolles)

Croissants rolled in a can (Danerolles)

Croissants rolled in a can (Danerolles)

This is probably my favorite product right now. Six croissants rolled in a can, and all you need is to bake them! And they turn out great. These days we start every Saturday with fresh croissants, so delicious and easy.

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6 Responses to Croissants rolled in a can (Danerolles)

  1. Betty says:

    Hello!
    I live in Sweden, just moved from Italy, i never found these in Sweden! can you say me where you buy them :) ?

  2. melissa says:

    A few years ago we introduced some of our friends from Europe to these types of breads in cans (there are many types here in the U.S., from croissants to biscuits to cinnamon buns) and they never ceases to amaze people! I agree that they are delicious and quick, and you can also make some really cool recipes with them. my favorite is to put a slice of brie into the croissant before you bake it with some fruit jam, it comes out delicious!

    • Antonia says:

      Thanks, Melissa, what a great idea! I’m totally doing it next time! Normally I put some jam on the croissant when it’s done, your way might be even better.

  3. Claire says:

    *running to ICA right now* The thought of croissants that can already be in my apartment when I wake up on a Saturday morning is making me feel a little light headed!

  4. Keri says:

    Sometimes we like to cut up canned biscuits into quarters, then dip each piece in butter, then cinnamon/sugar and bake in a bundt pan…well, very similar to this:
    http://www.pillsbury.com/everyday-eats/breakfast-brunch/how-to-make-grands-monkey-bread

    A very versatile recipe you can tweak how you like. ;)

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