The Butter Pay Off

Look what I made this morning! Me! By myself! I’m so proud I can scream!

library-1965A good example as to why I don’t take my own pictures. I have a nice digital camera but I lost the cord. So this phone shot is what you get.

I’m so relieved. Any recipe that requires three days of work and waiting translates to a lot of stress when it comes to baking hour. But it worked! And now I just have to sit here and wonder what to do with twelve warm, homemade croissants of my very own. What to do, what to do.

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Ah, yes of course. Invite the Depps over for breakfast. Clearly.

Also, I have to say- croissants are not as bad for you as I thought. Yeah, there’s a stick of butter in these puppies but that comes to roughly two teaspoons per roll, which isn’t OBSCENE, people.

ollie_small9Croissant recipes comes courtesy of Mireille Guiliano’s French Women Don’t Get Fat. I would include the recipe but it’s really long and I have things to do like stuff another of these babies into my piehole (oooh, so SOPHISTICATED). Besides, you should just buy the book because it’s amazing. A “diet” book with a croissant recipe? Come on.

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6 Responses to The Butter Pay Off

  1. Karen says:

    That’s so adventurous to make homemade croissants! I bet they taste amazing, fresh out of the oven. Color me jealous!

  2. Kari says:

    Oh, yummy. And butter! At least it’s not salt ๐Ÿ™‚ (That’s what i’m telling myself these days, about everything. You know, cheese curls! At least it’s not cocaine ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Kari says:

    God, go back and kill all those smileys. What an awful habit. My apologies.

  4. Baking your own croissants? I am beyond impressed. Well done!

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