Goldenly crispy on the outside and warm and flaky on the inside. That is the anatomy of croissants fresh out of the oven and it is really an enjoyable food, especially when paired with the right condiment. It is hard to just eat one and it is one of the nicer pastries available.
I am sure you ended up on this page because you wanted to know if it is possible to freeze croissants? The answer is yes and while they won’t taste the same as when they first came out the oven, you can store them and freeze them in a couple of simple steps.
How do You Freeze Croissants
Freezing croissants is pretty simple to do and if stored properly, you can keep them for up to 6-8 months.
If you are planning to freeze freshly made croissants, you will have to take them out of the oven and allow them to cool before you place them in the freezer.
Once they are cooled, you can now take the fluff pastry and wrap them in plastic wrap or aluminum foil.
Once everything is wrapped properly and securely, you can place the pastry inside a freezer bag. For safe measure, it is a good idea to squeeze out as much air out of the bag as possible, before sealing it.
It is a good idea to write the date you placed them in freezer on the bag. Remember, you will be able to keep croissants up to 6-8 months, so having the date on the bag is a pretty good reminder.
As you can see it is pretty easy to do and not rocket science. When you are ready to use them, you can let them thaw or follow our croissant reheating guide. You sh