National Croissant Day

Croissants originated in Austria and were known as kipferls. French bakers refined this pastry and the name “croissant” emerged. At its root, this type of baked good consists of flour, yeast, butter, milk and salt. So simple, but, oh, so good!

Freshly baked croissants

Sweet Melissa Patisserie proudly pays tribute to National Croissant Day on January 30th.

A Little Butter

Butter seems to make everything taste that much better and it is the ingredient that takes credit for providing croissants with their delectable, flaky layers that melt in the mouth. The light but satisfying consistency makes croissants ideal breakfast pastries that you can pair nicely with your favorite morning beverage.

Since a croissant can easily be held in one hand, this yummy baked good is perfect to take with you while on your daily travels.

Honoring Croissant Day

There are a number terrific ways that you can show your acknowledgement of National Croissant Day.

One manner of honoring this occasion is to make a batch of croissants from scratch. The entire process from start to finish can be fun, memorable, and undoubtedly result in mouth-watering treats. Another great idea is to use your imagination and come up with an awesome filling that you totally love and can call your own.

Don’t be shy about asking your baker for some tips about making homemade croissants. You may even consider taking part in a local workshop if available in order to hone your baking skills.

Celebrate National Croissant Day in Lebanon

Sweet Melissa Patisserie is a French-inspired bakery that supplies out-of-this-world croissants for our customers to enjoy. We carry an impressive selection of other freshly baked goods as well that patrons can savor.

Our popular establishment is conveniently located at 56 Payne Road in Lebanon, New Jersey and our friendly, accommodating staff may be contacted at (908) 323-2460. We hope that you visit us for National Croissant Day on January 30th and become a repeat client for all of your baked goods!

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