Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Golden Lava Croissant

At last, I went to Bake Plan to get their salted egg yolk croissant.

One at MYR6.50+ (MYR6.90 nett after 6% GST). It is smaller and lighter than the original from Le Bread Days.

Very crispy, even the inner layers are crispy.

Salted egg yolk custard uncovered!

Flowing...

...Golden Lava...

No strong eggy taste because the vanilla taste managed to cover the eggy taste. Good for people who is afraid of strong egg taste. I prefer the original one from Le Bread Days because I prefer strong eggy taste and because it is bigger and has more fillings.

22 comments:

  1. Looks delish Mun... Lava overflowing .. I think my girl will like this!

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  2. The croissant looks oily, must be very buttery!

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    1. Hhmmm, I couldn't taste the butter. :(

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  3. Wow!! Look at your fantabulous photography skills to zoom in so close till the layers appeared so sharp. It made me drool and wanna try it soon. Bloggers are making me fatter, no wonder.

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    1. Hahahaha, thank you. Eat one won't make you fat.

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  4. Love this! But I overindulged once and felt so miserable after that hah..hah...

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  5. Great pics. A treat fit for sharing.

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  6. Gosh! I am drooling. The croissant looked good. Looked bigger than what I had over here but for only RM6, I can't complained much.

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    1. There are mini ones sold here too.

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  7. I would love to try this overflowing lava croissant. I love the plain croissant very much. Have a fabulous day!

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    1. Try this when you are in Kl next time.

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  8. Haha you're really into this! Tried so many already.

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    1. Tried three only. Still yet to try cronuts golden lava.

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  9. I just dropped by last weekend and gotten one of this.

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  10. I will go look for it at Four Leaves Bakery in SG one of these days, I like it especially with the overflowing golden lava but I think the same as you I like more eggy and butter taste

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    1. Better go buy and taste the best one in SG. Is the one at Four Leaves Bakery recommended by many people?

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