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How to cut a warm croissant

If you've ever tried to cut a warm croissant, you know what a mess that makes.  You're left with a crumbly mess that once was a croissant and flakes just about everywhere. So what's the best way to cut a croissant in half if you want to make a sandwich with it? There are 2 ways to do it mess-free: Cut it while it's cold If you use a serrated knife to cut a croissant when it's straight out of the freezer, you get a clean cut down the middle and can place the halves in the oven before you eat them. Cut it with scissors But if the croissant is already warm, put that knife away! Reach instead for...

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Best ways to enjoy a classic buttery vegan croissant

Classics are classics for a reason and when it comes to a vegan croissant, the Classic Buttery certainly fits its name. Sure, it's great on it's own. It has enough buttery taste and flakiness to make every bite worth it. But it's also a blank canvas. Here are some of our favorite spreads to enjoy with your Classic Buttery Vegan Croissant: Plant-Based Boursin It's cheesy, it's garlicky and it tastes just like the non-vegan version. Perfect for the savory inclined. Bonne Maman's Four Fruits Preserves A mix of strawberries, cherries, red currants and raspberries. It's sweet but not too sweet. Tart but not too tart. Pairs perfectly with some tea. Flavored Vegan Butters It's artisanal, delicious and it looks way more complicated...

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How to host the best vegan Christmas breakfast or brunch

There's only one way to host breakfast or brunch during the holidays – keeping it simple. With family in town, guests in the house and all the preparations that go into Christmas Eve and Day, the other meals have to be low effort — but that doesn't mean less special. Here are some tips for a stress free holiday breakfast or brunch: 1) Don't have something special for the vegans I know that sounds crazy, but hear me out! What if instead of putting together different menus and options for vegans, vegetarians and meat eaters, you had an option that works for everyone? Some safe choices are fruits like grapes, bananas and strawberries, avocado toast, and even home fries (just skip...

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Wholesale Vegan Croissants

Looking for vegan croissants to sell at your coffee shop or restaurant? You've come to the right place! Curious Cat Bakery is a wholesale vegan bakery based out of St. Petersburg, FL making vegan croissants that taste just like the real deal. They're been featured in the local and national news, they're loved by thousands and — most importantly — they can help drive more customers to your spot! GET STARTED TODAY The Basics Curious Cat Bakery croissants are the croissants you know and love: flaky, buttery, soft and airy on the inside. They also just happen to be vegan. They're made with vegan butter in the classic French technique that creates those wonderful and delicious layers that make them...

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How to reheat vegan croissants

When you get your vegan croissants in the mail, you have two choices: eat them all at once or practice some self control and save some for enjoying later. Whichever road you choose (and there's no judgement either way!), vegan croissants taste better warm, so here's how best to enjoy them: 1. Reheat in the oven You'll notice they vegan croissants come individually packaged. That's to keep them fresh for up to 5 months if you freeze them. When ready to enjoy, remove them from the package and place them on a baking pan. Heat in the oven at 350 F for 10 minutes. If they're at room temperature, heat for 3-5 minutes. 2. Reheat in the air frier  Remove the croissant...

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