National Croissant Day commemorated annually on January 30, is the perfect time to channel your inner Parisian baker and say yes to those buttery treats.
While Croissant is known as a French specialty, the croissant originated in Austria under the name “kipferls”.
Marie Antoinette first introduced the Austrian pastry to France when she married into the royal family and requested a simple cake in the crescent shape of her homeland.
The French bakers created fancier versions of “kipferls” and thus, the croissant was born.
Let’s hear from some of our listeners, how this baked goodness serves their taste and breakfast value.