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How did the croissant get its name?

It means crescent in French which is where they originate from, though they were originally imitations of an Austrian pastry, the kipfel.
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How many carbohydrates in a croissant from Costco?

  according to the website the daily plate cot com a costo croissant has 35.9 grams of carbs.
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What is a croissant?

    A croissant is a type of pastry, classically made with puff pastry dough so that it is light, flaky, and extremely buttery. Traditionally, croissants are formed in (MORE)

How much fiber in a croissant?

not much, i don't have an exact number. croissants are made using white flour therefore minimal fibre is to be found.
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The stock market is one of the more intimidating subjects in all of personal finance. You may want to get into the stock market, but are hesitant because you don't understand (MORE)

How do you say I will buy you a croissant in french?

Je vais acheter un croissant pour toi. (juh vay ah-sheh-tay uhn cr-oo-ah-sahnt pour too-ah)-this is a rather crude pronounciation guide, but if you use it you will have bett (MORE)

One paragraph of the real history of the croissant?

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How do you make caramel filled croissants?

Before rolling your laminated croissant dough into crescents, you can add a thick toffee sauce to the widest edge then roll them up. Alternatively, putting crushed Werther's o (MORE)

How do they make Croissants in France?

The dough for croissant is made from flour, yeast, sugar, and a small amount of milk and butter. It is let to rise, then rolled into a square or rectangle. A flat square of (MORE)

How do you bake a croissant?

  Ingredients   1 1/4 teaspoons active dry yeast3 tablespoons warm water (110 degrees F/45 degrees C)1 teaspoon white sugar1 3/4 cups all-purpose flour2 teaspoons white (MORE)