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Foody Thursday - Chocolate Croissant
Welcome back to Foody Thursdays! Today we are making chocolate croissants, using the dough I introduced last week.

Ready to Serve

Khrushchev Dough - Recipe here!

1. Roll out the dough and cut into triangles using pizza cutter
Cutting triangles

2. Place 1 tsp of chocolate cream cheese as shown. I used Philadelphia.
3. And roll it up to form a croissant.

Rolling up

4. Place your formed croissants on a cookie sheet and let it sit for about 15 min.

On a cookie sheet

5. Preheat the oven to 200 C.
6. Prepare the crumbs (optional) 1 tbsp butter + 1 tbsp sugar + 1 tbsp flour, rub together till the crumbs form.
7. Apply egg wash (1 egg + bit of water + bit of sugar and salt) and spread the crumbs

Ready to bake
8. Now bake-bake-bake for about 10 min.
Fresh out of oven
9. Enjoy!!!!
Inner World

Compliments of Marina Gavrylyuk
Real Estate Agent with Sutton Group Summit Realty


Other Great Recipes:

Traditional Russian Pie - Kulebyaka
Pierogi with Sour Cherries
Banana Bread
Dolma, or Grape Leaf Rolls
"Melting Moments" Cookies
Chicken Cutlets
Potato Pancakes!
Awesome Spinach Salad

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These look soooooo yummy and easy :D

Thank you for sharing!

Thank you so much! I did your recipe tonight \0/
I just got them out of the oven and they are so yummy *O*
I want to eat them all at once XDDD
again Thank you! ^o^

So glad all worked for you! Enjoy!

these look amazing!! can't wait to try them out.. i do have a question, i'm not a cooking expert so I was wondering if the chocolate cream cheese was made mixing the philadelphia with Nutella? =) TKS!

Hi, Elisa (sorry if this is not your name)

thank you so much and really glad you like it.
I actually used Chocolate Philadelphia, ready to use, they just started selling it. But if you don't have it, I would not recommend mixing cream cheese with Nutella, it might turn a little runny in the oven and "escape" your croissants. What you might want to do is melt some chocolate chips or baker chocolate (about 1/4 cup) and mix it with your regular cream cheese. Also, for gourmands - try using white chocolate + cream cheese + bit of vanilla - your guests will never guess what is inside :)

hi Marina (i hope that is your name too!)
Elisa is my name. And thank you SO much for taking the time to explain this to me. All your options seem amazing and delicious!! but i'm a lazy person, lol, can't i just put nutella inside? ^_^
I will try and do this sometime soon, and promise to send you pictures and tell you how it went =)

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