I like croissants a little too much, especially at half price.
This deal was popular last time it was half price.
Hopefully its nation wide and not store specific.
Are they actually 100% butter?
No, there are flour, water, salt,…
we want a croissant made of 100% butter!!
@queer dog geyfrog: geez !
Come on that's funny. Do all those neg voters really not have a basic sense of humour?
just to confirm, deal ends tomorrow morning? or end of tomro
they are actually small and packed in a small bag. Was expecting something that is sold at Costco :P
Yes, I got the last time and they are very small. I wouldn't buy again, as they don't taste that good as well.
I agree… those woolies croissants do not taste anything like a proper croissant from a patisserie.
also even though shows "in [email protected]" i've never come across it
and the last store i went on Monday and asked, they said come back Friday wtf
How is it compared with the $12 box from Coles?
or are these the tiny ones that come in those mudcake-style containers that you pop off?
3 bites size each and crammed in a cheap small plastic bag. $4 should be their RRP not $9. The ones that are placed on a large cardboard tray at Costco are about twice bigger than these and taste like a proper Croissant. I don't understand why people would think this is a bargain.
COLES one are still $10 ONLY … in FNQ 💕💓
@yvesmpicard: oops yep mixed up the numbers, $10 for large pack of 12. but now checking online for me showing $10.50
I don't know about these ones; but I do like the big box from Coles. Typically add ham, tomato, cracked pepper & cheese. Oven toasted.
does anyone know how much the pack at Costco is normally?
Costco ones are enormous compared to these
how do they compare to coles or woolworths? i founded the woolworth quite plain compared to coles.
@godofpizza: Agree, Coles croissants have a different texture and flavour to Woolworths, Woolworths' are like stale bread!!
These are really not great, BUT when you compare them to $5 each I pay, I can understand why this is a deal.
Keep enjoying !
where is the $5 i want to see (only see)
A $5 croissant
The next stage is 'Pain au Chocolat' basically a croissant with 2 long bars of chocolate inside. So good than Frenchs are fighting over how should we call it haha
@r3b00t: It's CHOCOLATINE!!!
@Nuclearvodka: C'est un PAIN AU CHOCOLAT!!! Merde!
@Nuclearvodka: Au contraire
@thebargainhunter: The majority can be wrong…
Scott Morrison is PM and Berejiklian is NSW premier.
@thebargainhunter: So it's full of merde?
I agree, they're terrible.
The frozen ones at Coles are actually delicious, even better when 50% off
So many croissant snobs here. Going to patisseries for their croissant, dropping five whole notes on a single croissant, packing them with fancy cheese and ham. Whatever happened to just scrunching croissant up the 50 cent croissant into balls and eating as many of them as you can at once?
perfect if they have nuttella inside
that's the way
Bakers delight do much better Croissant imo.
Have had these before and while it's a bargain, it's definately quantity over quality.
It all gets washed down with coffee
Agathe or Lune do even better.. but the're like $6 for 1
Fancy croissants are overrated imo. Gimme a solid basic boi.
That is for a basic boi at Lune 🤣
Worth it 💯
They are very good, and overpriced.
Now we need a half price smoked ham and Swiss cheese deals
do these come frozen from factory? or baked in-house??
Twice i've gone to get these and they didn't have them. Not gonna sucker me a third time woollies!
No joke. I saw a cafe owner clear them out on two consecutive mornings as soon as the Woolies next to my workplace opened.
This price must be cheaper than what they're able to source on the wholesale market.
Reminds me back in the day of when my folks had a fruit shop, sometimes their specials are so cheap it’s cheaper to clean out woolies than my dad getting up at 4am to head to wholesale.
and charge the consumer $4.50 each!
He has no quality control !
by themselves these taste like carboard. Add a bit of cheese and ham and you are in heaven. I get these all the time.
are these Frozen from factory, or made/baked in house?
Couldn't tell you to be honest.
you could tell either it was plastic sealed(likely factory), or comes in the Coles type boxes with the lids(think mudcake, cookies etc)
The Le Fournil De Pierre raw crossiants in the Coles freezer section are amazing if you can get them (less of a deal at $7.50 for 6 though).
Bought these half price on a while a few months back. They're like little pockets of heaven! Having this fresh with ham/cheese/tomato made lockdown a lot more bearable.
In my opinion, these are the best home/premade croissants you can get from Coles/Woolies!
how do you cut any croissant without squishing it?
I have a bread/serrated knife which works well. Quite flakey, so it's a 'slow and steady wins the race' type of situation.
interesting.. i'm going to try these
I try to get them and pack my freezer when they're on special.
They're as close to the real deal as you can get.
They are pretty good but the pan au chocolat are much better!
☹️ location, how to enter, precise point of store, how many meteres, and omg omg omg gone…….
Dam you scalpers leave my croissants alone….. Fk off baker's they on special, please gawd be available.
Hope they like the ones a coles, 10 $11 ahhh
IVI's less verbose sibling?
Are they like the ones at Coles that come in a box?
Haha just had these for breakfast, nice deal.
These are thawed from frozen, if you rock up at the right (wrong) time you can see the condensation in the bags. Aldi are much better for a cheap croissant, 3 for $2.50 (?). Still not patisserie quality but great for toasting.
Coles and woolies both
Offer $2.50 for a 3/4 pack croissant.
Coles also offers the coles finest croissants which aren’t bad at all.
Try warming them in an air-fryer. 2-5 mins and no squashing.
Normal price at Seville Woolworths
these are more like rolls shaped as a croissant. Not flaky
These are great after a few minutes in the airfryer.
They aren't great, very soggy, not crisp. Put under the grill for a few minutes and they're ok .
sold out at local WW, I blame Trump
first TP, then pasta, then flour.. now croissants?!
how long do these keep
The ones at Costco is still the best and great value.
Provided you are within 5000m of a Costco or you run the risk being tasered by a police-lite PSO with 6 weeks training armed with a gun, taser, attitude issue, and a need to be discovered. No thanks.
Provided you have Costco membership, or access to one.
Best butter crossaint globally (found a few days after coming back from paris) can be found on the M4 at 9am in the Caltex service station. No joke. Gotta find out what bakery supplies them… crazy good.
The bread section attendant at Woolworths Bentleigh Vic assured me today 23/09/2020 that the product was deleted. It may be on special…but…nothing to see here ….
So I went to Noisette by Bentleigh station and paid about $4 each - delicious
That disappointment when you find out that LARGE was actually Extra Small
and did you refund
Real eBay Plus AirPods vibes. None left at any Woolies I go to and the size of the shelving they are on could fit only a few packets.
Couldn't find any? Apparently they are so small they come in a packet not a tray like Coles?
im so confused about it too, surely Accc-worthy?