Yule Cube Croissant with Drip Coffee & Apricot Honey and Lavender Infusion Tea
My family version of glorious Yule Block is up! Here comes carbs & fat & calorie intake rotation all at once too. Fresh from my oven, a good block not burnt. I usually do not burn it, just I enjoy. There is no Yule Ball this year, so I think no need to wait for the weekend at all.
I got up early in the morning to bake this. Certainly my hard work paid off. The best batch ever, no exaggeration. It reminds me something flaky and luscious in the same breath! Not soggy at all, worth using hands.
Matching with a seasonal twist of adding Christmassy touch, it might be not the best for this, I guess. As the really beautiful one came out, it was so clear this is great in itself. I had no motivation for addition to that. To top it off, I really don’t leave a minute chance to go right down the drain, no way. Just my desire for better.
The first half of it was good fit for hand serving, the rest of it was served with drip coffee. Pouring the coffee bit by bit, using a pastry knife and fork, enjoy the whole serving. It’s my way for croissant cube, it never fails me. No leftover as it should be, all pastries are very sensitive on every single level. It was a perfection. I even can like the extra HIIT session time for this!
No words needed, all pics in action will give you everything you need. Enjoy! 🤗
Croissant, the star of laminated pastries. This was baked to cube shaped one for reason. I know, probably this croissant is still not pleasant to someone who wants to stick to the origin of the word of crescent. The Cube shape of that makes it get far from the iconic French weekend treat which is the authentic croissant. Even so, eventually both croffle and cronut have been considered as something worth a try nowadays. Likewise, we can put the croissant cube in that way. Probably that’s one of the reasons, It seems kind of bread shaped croissant has been popularized these days. Even a loaf of croissant. Take a shot!
Filled croissant is not mine, also, I have no taste for creamy or chocolatey filling. So this was not the most popular variation of that.
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