Vegan Chocolate Croissants - Do you want a fancy a Sunday breakfast with chocolate croissants, but you do not find any vegan croissants near you.
Then I have for you a super fast and fool-proof recipe for how to make vegan chocolate croissants under 20 minutes.
We use puff pastry for these chocolate croissants, you will also find a great puff pastry alternative that is also suitable for wfpb.
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I would like to show you here what we need for these croissants.
You can find the exact details below in the recipe card.
To make croissants yourself, you need puff pastry.
You can use homemade puff pastry or store bought. Most puff pastries in stores are vegan, hard to believe it, isn't it?
Do you also think that puff pastry just tastes great? Then you should definitely try these vegan chocolate croissants.
You don't want to use puff pastry? We are also trying less and less to use oil-containing foods.
If you don't want to use the puff pastry, but you want to make a soft croissant from yeast dough, then you should definitely try the dough from my sausage (carrots) in a blanket.
This dough is super soft and rises wonderfully. The yeast dough is like the crescent dough you can buy in stores. And the best this version is wfpb friendly.
So these vegan chocolate croissants will not be boring, just take your favorite chocolate.
So far, I have taken simple dark chocolate or vegan nougat chocolate, so you can make a vegan nougat croissant.
Or take a chocolate pudding and fill it with it. Here are no limits to your imagination.
These chocolate croissants are:
- Perfect for Sunday brunch
- prepared fast
- super delicious
Preheat the oven to 400 °F (200 °C).
Cut the thinly rolled out puff pastry into elongated triangles.
Or prepare the yeast dough as mentioned above and roll it out into a thin rectangle. And cut it into triangles as well.
And put a strip of chocolate on the wide edge. Now roll up from the long side to the thin side. And brush with Aquafaba.
Place on a baking sheet lined with baking paper and bake in a preheated oven at 200 ° C for approx. 20 min or until they are golden brown.
I have to say that they simply taste best fresh. But what I can recommend.
Store them in the fridge and briefly bake them again. So they taste like freshly baked.
Freeze the chocolate croissant and briefly bake it just before serving.
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