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    Does anyone know where to find these?
    Not Pillsbury
    I know that a long time ago Costco had delicious ones that you let rise over night, and baked in the morning.
    No longer have a costco card!

    has anyone come across any of these products?
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    What about M & M meats??? They might sell this type of product.

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    I think about two years ago Loblaws stores introduced one in their PC Reports Holiday edition. They were delicious. PC Brand. Not sure if they still exist?

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    try Fortinos or rcss

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    my mom got these not too long ago i think. they take a long time to make though cuz u have to thaw the kind she got for like 4 or 5 hours. we aren't cosco members so i know it wasn't from there. it must have been no frills or zehrs, possibly price chopper but not too sure. hope it helps a little anyway,lol. couldn't have been sobeys or food basics.

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    Thanks for the help

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    Try Almost Perfect! they have them and in different flavors if im not mistaken. They're really good
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    They have plain ones at No Frills-I buy them all the time

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    I found mine at IGA, $10 for 18. Yum!

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    Mmmmm.... I remember those croissants from Costco! I could have eaten 10 of those a day -- so good! We'd buy a huge box and it would be gone in a couple weeks.

    I think Costco still has boxes of frozen croissants, but they're just much smaller. Good luck in your quest for croissant goodness!

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    Have you thought about asking any of the bakeries in big grocery stores if they'll sell you a package of their frozen croissants? At our Save Easy bakery we don't have a problem packing up any of the frozen dough we bake instore and selling it to the customer unbaked. We actually have quite a few regular customers that will come in and buy packages of frozen bread loaves, cookie dough, croissants, and baguettes. The customer can bake them at their own leisure and it saves the store the time and energy of making them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MorgaineDax View Post
    Have you thought about asking any of the bakeries in big grocery stores if they'll sell you a package of their frozen croissants? At our Save Easy bakery we don't have a problem packing up any of the frozen dough we bake instore and selling it to the customer unbaked. We actually have quite a few regular customers that will come in and buy packages of frozen bread loaves, cookie dough, croissants, and baguettes. The customer can bake them at their own leisure and it saves the store the time and energy of making them.
    Thanks for that info, never would've thought of that. Definitely worth a try.
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    I posted about how good their frozen chocolate croissants are, wondering if they would ever get smart and add the infamous pain au chocolat's plain yet scrumptious sister in pastry-hood, the croissant. The chocolate croissants are then filled with premium Callebaut chocolate.

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