You may think you need to pick them up in Paris, but these recipes show that croissants, those flaky crescents of buttery goodness, are possible to make yourself for your next breakfast or brunch. Whether you're using our simple croissant dough recipe or branching out with chocolate-almond croissants, you'll become the favorite guest at any potluck breakfast or brunch.See Popular Croissants Recipes
These chicken burgers are shaped into ovals so they can be served on croissants. Of course they're just as delicious in the round, served on hamburger buns.
Homemade croissants are a real treat. And this recipe makes them easy to prepare.
Dark chocolate, almond paste, and whipping cream make a rich filling for packaged crescent roll dough in this simple dessert.
Using phyllo dough instead of traditional croissant dough makes these raspberry-filled dessert pastries fat-free and low in calories. Just 35 calories each!
Now that it's getting colder, my girls are all about s'mores and hot cocoa. So I came up with this festive kids snack as a way for them to have both without the sticky mess of roasting marshmallows (not to mention the dangers of everyone crowding around an open fire!) For the sheer delight of your little ones -- and big ones -- serve the elf hat croissants warm with a mug of hot cocoa.
Two all beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions on a ... baguette? Mon dieu! That may sound like sacrilege to U.S McDonald's fans, but the French are saying oui, oui to the McBaguette, the fast-food chain's newly launched sandwich in the land of crepes Suzette, the Eiffel Tower and a nice Bordeaux, CBS News reports.
Egg salad is a deli favorite we can't seem to get enough of. Whether you're brown-bagging it for a satisfying lunch at work, making sandwiches for the kids to take to school, or adding a dollop to a green salad for a light supper, egg salad is sunny and packed with good protein. Some of us like egg salad when it's back to basics: just chopped hard-cooked eggs and some mayo, piled on slices of crusty bread.
Our list of guilty-pleasure foods is quite prolific, but now there may be a new forerunner in the so-bad-it's-so-good category of decadent delights. Are you ready for it? You might want to sit down.
Enjoy better brunch recipes at home with these perfect-for-lingering morning meals.
Pumpkin pie, we love you. But when it's fall party time (whether it's an autumn dinner party, a Halloween hoedown, or a Thanksgiving spread), we'd like to shake up the dessert table with some pumpkin sweets that are a little unexpected. Pumpkin is one of those ingredients that bring out bragging rights, and rightfully so. For some gardeners, it's the urge to grow mega-pumpkins: the largest pumpkin ever grown (according to the University of Illinois Cooperative Extension weighed 1,140 pounds). And for big-thinking bakers, it's the yen to concoct monster pies: the largest pumpkin pie ever made was moreread more
Making homemade bread is a deeply felt experience. Without a bread machine to make the whole process easy, though, it can be too deeply felt. Still, if you're a fan of the School of Fine Writing -- overwrought and adjective-filled -- you'll be thrilled at what people say about baking their own bread. But bread's not a religion. Turning humble grains into the healthy staff of life! Trapping wild yeast spores and forcing them into bondage! Offering your family the gift of your time and effort, unlike the other losers who buy bread at the supermarket! What slobs thoseread more