Butter Croissants

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Legend has it that Marie-Antoinette introduced the Croissant to France, but croissants are a relatively modern invention. The word croissant, which refers to a plain form of Pain au Chocolat shaped like a half-moon or crescent, made its entry in the French dictionary in 1863. Croissants are a common part of a continental breakfast in many European countries.

Available in two sizes, standard and mini.