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Food Review: Thomas' Croissants

Kind of Addictive: Thomas' Croissants

I can't remember the last time I ordered a French pastry, especially a croissant. That's why I'm shocked when it comes to my latest fixation: these split croissants by Thomas', the company of English muffin "nook and cranny" fame.

Generally, croissants are too messy and too large for my liking. I'm not a fan of sending shards of pastry every which way when taking a bite. But these slightly petite pastries are pillowy soft and already split, and at 160 calories each, they're just fattening enough without putting you over the top.

The croissants also an ideal vehicle for any sort of sandwich. Lately, I've been skipping my reduced-fat turkey bacon sandwich at Starbucks in favor of making my own at home, like the aged cheddar and salt-and-pepper scrambled egg sandwich pictured here. If you're into breakfast sandwiches, what's your bread of choice?

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Atiyah Atiyah 4 years
I love a croissant breakfast sandwich.
fuzzles fuzzles 4 years
I agree with melissalara01 about the multi-grain light english muffins. They are nummy!
melissalara01 melissalara01 4 years
I like the Thomas' multi-grain light english muffins...only 100 calories & tastes just as good as any other wheat muffin. I do the egg sandwiches in the mornings too...1 egg and 1 slice of cheese, sometimes I add ham. I mix up the cheese variety...usually light pepper jack, or light sharp cheddar.
Susannah-Chen Susannah-Chen 4 years
DearMissPriss, I think they're available in limited locations now, but will expand shortly.
DearMissPriss DearMissPriss 4 years
Where can these be purchased? They're not on their site yet.
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