Sparrow Shape Croissants


A good, strong coffee always goes best with something sweet and it has already become traditionally to have it with a croissant. Let’s change a little bit the ‘traditional way’ and replace the moon-shaped croissant with one having the shape of a… sparrow. Your guests will be absolutely surprised and delighted. Plus the croissant could be enjoyed by children also… even though they won’t drink some coffee as well. After the dough is prepared, follow the steps shown in the picture above to knit the composition and to give it its final shape: that of a sparrow. You may use the traditional way for making croissants. Bon Appétit !

7 Responses to “Sparrow Shape Croissants”

  1. linda says:

    Dont mean to be pickey but in all the year’s I was a cook in a nurseing home I was never allowed to wear nail polish, so why are you advertising someone demonstrating a receipt wearing polish, health and safety would pick up on that.

  2. meg says:

    Who said they were working in a nursing home? Maybe they are cooking in their own kitchen. What a shock!

  3. Jane says:

    There is always one!! What did she use for the eye of the bird?

  4. says:

    Wouldn’t want to eat it

  5. Tracy says:

    These are also made for a Ukrainian wedding! At mine, they were given as gifts to the guests on top of the wrapped piece of the fruit cake. The eyes were pieces of cloves.

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