How To Make Croissant Sandwiches

Croissant Sandwiches
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What Is A Croissant?


A croissant is a french bread which has a form of a crescent. It is baked from a yeast dough and layered with a lot of butter. It is rolled and is folded many times before it is baked. It has a flacky texture. There are different kinds of croissants. Cheese, ham, chocolate, raisins, sesame and of course the normal croissants.


Croissant has a lot of calories so be careful not to eat much and not so often. It will ruin your figure. But then it is delicious. If you are not worrying about your figure, continue reading.

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Ham and Cheese Croissant Sandwich


Ingredients:

  • 1 Croissant
  • Salad leaves (endive, iceberg or lettuce)
  • Cheese spread like Philadelphia, Brunch or Exquisa
  • 2 pieces of ham, cut it in triangle in case the ham is big
  • 2 pieces of Gouda cheese, also cut in triangle if it is big
  • 3 slices of tomatoes, 2 cucumbers and 3 slices of hard boiled egg
  • salt and pepper to taste


Procedure:

  1. With a sharp knife or sandwich knife, cut the croissant lengthwise.
  2. Spread the lower and the upper inner sides of the croissant with cheese spread.
  3. Put the washed and cleaned lettuce leaves or endive on the lower part of the croissant. Arrange it beautifully. The eyes eat as well.
  4. Alternately put the hams and cheeses on top of the salad leaves.
  5. Then decorate it with slices of tomatoes, cucumbers and hard boiled eggs
  6. Salt and pepper to taste and cover it with the upper part of the croissant.


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Ingredients of Croissants Sandwiches
Ingredients of Croissants Sandwiches | Source
Cheese spreaded croissant
Cheese spreaded croissant | Source
Ham  and  Cheese  Croissant Sandwich
Ham and Cheese Croissant Sandwich | Source

Cheese Croissant Sandwich


Ingredients:

  • 1 Croissant
  • Salad leaves (endive, iceberg or lettuce)
  • Cheese spread like Philadelphia, Brunch or Exquisa
  • 4 slices of Gouda or Edamer cheese
  • 1 slice of tomato
  • 1 slice of cucumber
  • 1 slice of hard boiled egg


Procedure:

  1. Boil the egg hard in an egg cooker or in a kettle. Cut the croissant lengthwise.
  2. Spread the Philadelphia or Exquisa cheese on both inner sides of the croissant.
  3. Arrange the salad leaves on top of the cheese of the lower part of the croissant.
  4. Arrange the Gouda or Edamer cheeses on top of the salad leaves.
  5. Put the slices of tomato, cucumber and a slice of hard boiled egg on top of the cheeses.
  6. Spread salt and pepper on top and cover it with the upper half of the croissant.


Note: It is like the Ham and Cheese Croissant Sandwich. The difference is, you only have to put cheeses on it.

Ham and Cheese Croissant Sandwich
Ham and Cheese Croissant Sandwich | Source

Vegetables and Eggs Croissant Sandwich


Ingredients:

  • 1 Croissant
  • Cheese spread like Philadelphia, Brunch or Exquisa
  • Salad leaves (Endive, Lettuce, Iceberg or Lolo Rosso)
  • Slices of tomatoes, cucumbers and hard boiled eggs
  • Salt and pepper to taste.


Procedure:

  1. Cut the croissant lengthwise.
  2. Spread the cheese spread on both inner sides of the croissant.
  3. Arrange the salad leaves very well.
  4. Then, alternately put the slices of tomatoes, cucumbers and hard boiled eggs on top of the salad leaves like in the photo on the right side.
  5. Put salt and pepper to taste. You can add fresh parsley herb if you wish.

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Vegetables  and Eggs  Croissant Sandwich
Vegetables and Eggs Croissant Sandwich | Source
Vegetables and Eggs  Croissant Sandwich
Vegetables and Eggs Croissant Sandwich | Source

Bon Apetit!


I hope you enjoyed reading this recipe and I am pretty sure that you want to grab one of the sandwiches. Maybe you live near a bakery so hurry up and enjoy making this croissant sandwiches. Bon Apetit!

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marellen 5 years ago

Yummy.....I bookmarked this because I just had dinner and I'm not hungry but that sure looks good for tomorrow. Thanks Thelma for sharing these recipes....


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Thelma Alberts 5 years ago from Germany Author

Sorry fellow hubbers and readers if I have disturbed your reading. I have just rearranged the photos. Thank you.


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Thelma Alberts 5 years ago from Germany Author

Your welcome marellen and thanks for reading and commenting on my hub. Have a lovely weekend.


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thranax 5 years ago from Rep Boston MA

THOSE LOOK AWESOME. I WANT ONE.

Hungry now thanks,

~thranax~


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Thelma Alberts 5 years ago from Germany Author

Thank you thranax. Just imagine, you can have one...Ok, how does it taste? Lol...Have a happy weekend.


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randomcreative 5 years ago from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

I love croissants! I am not watching my weight but I still limit how often I buy them as they are fattening. So delicious though. There is nothing else quite like a croissant sandwich.


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Thelma Alberts 5 years ago from Germany Author

I agree with you randomcreative. There is nothing else like a croissant sandwich. Thanks for dropping and have a lovely sunday.


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Movie Master 5 years ago from United Kingdom

I love croissants, and these look so yummy!

Very hungary now....

Thanks for sharing.


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Thelma Alberts 5 years ago from Germany Author

I love croissant, too. Thanks for dropping by and enjoy making croissant sandwiches. Have a nice day.


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frogyfish 5 years ago from Central United States of America

You do make a stupendous sandwich and that's the way I like it too! Thank you, it looks yummy!!


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Thelma Alberts 5 years ago from Germany Author

Hi frogyfish! Thanks for your lovely comment. I have a new word now,"stupendous". I never heard of this word before. Yes, croissant sandwich is yummy. Have a nice weekend.


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Brett.Tesol 4 years ago from Somewhere in Asia

These are very tasty, I had my first one of these in a coffee shop a few weeks back, but these are obviously a lot cheaper ;-).

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theastrology 4 years ago from New Delhi

It's seems very tasty, however I did not eat it ever, but i'm going to try it soon.


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Thelma Alberts 4 years ago from Germany Author

Thank you Brett. Yes, this is very tasty. In fact I missed it at the moment as there is no croissant bakery nearby where I am now. Thank you as well for your comment, your follow and your SOCIALLY SHARING this hub. Take care;-)


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Thelma Alberts 4 years ago from Germany Author

Well, it's time for you to try it theastrology. Thanks for dropping by and for giving a comment. Have a nice day.


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vespawoolf 4 years ago from Peru, South America

We don't have real croissants here in Peru, but we do have something similar. Now I have to go get some! Today's my shopping day, so I'll buy some sandwich fixings as well and use one of your ideas. Thank you!


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Thelma Alberts 4 years ago from Germany Author

Thank you vespawoolf for stopping by. Enjoy your "new" sandwich. Boun Apetit!


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moonlake 4 years ago from America

We love croissants. I usually buy them when we're going to have tuna salad sandwichs. All your recipes sound great. You made me hungry, my husband just made fresh tea. Thank I'll have some and look for something to eat.

Voted on this hub.


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Thelma Alberts 4 years ago from Germany Author

I love croissants, too. Thank you moonlake for dropping by. Enjoy your meal. Have a great weekend!


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peachpurple 17 months ago from Home Sweet Home

your croissant sandwich is as classic as those serve in restaurant


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Thelma Alberts 17 months ago from Germany Author

Yes, it is indeed a classic croissant sandwich. Good that you have noticed it. You just have to make a variations of the fillings. Thanks Peachy.

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