Croissants have milk because they have butter and its made out of milk.
They are made of carbohydrates and fat.
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No. Croissants are made with a puff pastry dough. You can make butterhorn rolls with bread dough, but they are not the same thing.
Croissants are French.
Yes their are 3 eggs in a croissants
Because croissant means crescent, and that is their shape.
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Croissants are usually baked in most bakeries in France.
"cynyddu" is the word "croissants" in welsh. Hope I helped =^_^=
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French people usually eat croissants with butter.
in French: un croissant, des croissants. That's a French word.
Croissant is a French word. As a shape, it is translated 'crescent' in English.
Yes dogs can eat croissants, but i wouldn't recommend feeding them croissants regularly, on occasions as a treat would be fine but dog food or treats are better.
Croissants are not originally from France - they are supposed to come from Vienna, Austria. this is why croissants, pains au chocolat and other rolls made from flaky bread dough are collectively called viennoiseries in French. The croissant, according to legend, was created in the form of a crescent to commemorate the defeat of the Turks in the 17th century.
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Depending on the quality you want, croissants can range from €1.50 for a bag of six mini croissants from the supermarket, or up to €4 with butter/jam from a nice breakfast café.
Jean-Marc Chatellier's French Bakery sells mini croissants by order.