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Coles Croissants: Authentic French Croissants for $6 at Australian Supermarkets

You can buy authentic chocolate croissants from the south of France at the supermarket – and they’re $6 for a six pack

  • You can now buy authentic French chocolate croissants in Australian stores
  • The frozen baked goodies cost just $6 for a pack of six and are available at Coles
  • A customer recently posted a viral video of croissant cooking on TikTok

The chocolate croissants are imported from the south of France and marketed under the Coles brand

The chocolate croissants are imported from the south of France and marketed under the Coles brand

Pastry lovers can now enjoy an authentic French croissant from the comfort of their own home – and they cost just $1 each.

A Coles customer who discovered the delicious chocolate croissants made a TikTok with the ‘bake at home’ pastries.

“They’re imported from France and they’re amazing,” the woman wrote in the caption to the video.

Le Fournil De Pierre croissants can be found in the freezer section alongside the rest of the branded pastries.

A Coles customer who discovered the delicious chocolate croissants made a TikTok with the 'bake at home' pastries

A Coles customer who discovered the delicious chocolate croissants made a TikTok with the 'bake at home' pastries

A Coles customer who discovered the delicious chocolate croissants made a TikTok with the ‘bake at home’ pastries

The video shows how easy it is to bake the croissants at home, all the home cook did was place them on a baking tray lined with baking paper and put them in the oven until golden brown.

The Coles-branded croissants cost just $6 for a pack of six and the customer’s recommendation: ‘Seriously. Get something.’

The woman’s TikTok video about the croissants quickly went viral and has been viewed 82k times.

Some people were bitterly disappointed after discovering that their Coles did not stock the delicious treats.

Others demanded that the woman “stop sharing delicious secrets,” fearing the French pastries would be harder to find.

The chocolate croissants come frozen in packs of six

The chocolate croissants come frozen in packs of six

They should be baked until they are golden brown in color

They should be baked until they are golden brown in color

The chocolate croissants come frozen in packs of six for $6 and must be baked at home until golden brown

“Some secrets need to be shared,” she replied.

The French bakery responsible for the delicious products was founded in 1989. They have 19 bakeries in France and now sell frozen foods all over the world.

Since 2016, the company has been headquartered in Rennes in the south of France, where they also run a cooking academy.

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