You can buy authentic chocolate croissants from the south of France at the supermarket – and they are $6 for a six pack
- You can now buy authentic French chocolate croissants in Australian stores
- The frozen baked treats cost just $6 for a packet of six and are available at Coles
- One customer recently posted a viral video of the croissants cooking on TikTok
The chocolate croissants are imported from the south of France and marketed under the Coles branding
Pastry lovers can now enjoy an authentic French croissant from the comfort of their own home – and they cost just $1 a piece.
A Coles customer who uncovered the delicious chocolate croissants made a TikTok showing off the ‘bake at home’ pastries.
‘They are imported from France and they are amazing,’ the woman wrote in the caption on the video.
The Le Fournil De Pierre croissants can be found in the frozen section alongside the rest of the branded pastries.
A Coles customer who uncovered the delicious chocolate croissants made a TikTok showing off the ‘bake at home’ pastries
The video shows how easy the croissants are to bake at home, all the home cook did was place them on a lined baking tray and place in the oven until they were golden brown.
The Coles-branded croissants are just $6 for a packet of six and the customer’s recommendation: ‘Seriously. Get some.’
The woman’s TikTok video about the croissants quickly went viral and has been seen 82k times.
Some people were left bitterly disappointed after finding their Coles didn’t stock the delicious treats.
Others demanded the woman to ‘stop sharing delicious secrets’ worried the French pastries would become more difficult to find.
The chocolate croissants come frozen in packets of six for $6 and need to be baked at home until golden brown
‘Some secrets have to be shared,’ she responded.
The French bakery responsible for the delicious items was founded in 1989. They have 19 bakeries in France and now sell frozen products around the world.
Since 2016 the company has been headquartered in Rennes in the south of France where they also run a cooking academy.