Easy Chocolate Croissants (Giveaway)

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Easy Chocolate Croissants

I made these Easy Chocolate Croissants using the Hamilton Beach 4 Slice Easy Reach™ Toaster Oven with Roll-Top Door.

I’ve had bad luck with toaster ovens in the past…They take awhile to cook things, they don’t toast well enough, you get the idea. I had one up until about 2 years ago. We’d been given it as a wedding gift, and I opted to go back to a regular toaster, and give the oven to my brother-in-law. My mom has a similar style toaster oven, and I’d started thinking it might be a good idea to have one again. Out of the blue, Hamilton Beach asked if I’d be interested in trying out this model, and I said yes!

I like the roll-top feature. My old one had the standard door that opened on a hinge, and when you’ve got limited counter space, it’s a pain. The roll-top does away with that. I also like the toasting timer. I like my toast (and English muffins) well-done, and this cooks them perfectly.

I was also worried that the oven would take too long in cooking something, if I chose to bake with it. That was an issue with my previous one. I’d cook something for an hour, and it wouldn’t be anywhere near done. If I was making a plate of frozen French fries, it would take 45 minutes, and even then, there would be ones that were undercooked. And while I haven’t cooked fries in the this new one yet, I’m confident that it’ll cook them just fine. It cooked the Easy Chocolate Croissants perfectly. I actually pulled them out sooner than the time I’d set, because I didn’t want them to burn!

The croissants themselves are easy to make:

Easy Chocolate Croissant process

The dough I used was pre-cut into triangles, which were on the larger side, so I could only bake three croissants at a time. Which wasn’t a big deal.

Easy Chocolate Croissants
Recipe Type: Breakfast
Author: Rachel Roe @ Tramplingrose.com
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Serves: 6
  • Croissant dough, refrigerated or homemade
  • 1/4 C semi-sweet chocolate chips
  1. Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F. Cut the croissant dough into 6 triangles. Place approximately 1/2 Tbsp. of semi-sweet chips on the large end of the triangle. Roll towards the point, being careful not to lose any chips.
  2. Place on a baking sheet, and bake for 15-20 minutes, or until golden brown. Let cool for 5 minutes before serving.


Now for the fun part of the post! Hamilton Beach is generously giving one of my readers a toaster oven as well! To enter, tell me what you’d make with this. English muffin pizzas? Chicken nuggets? Tater Tots? Chocolate Croissants? Leave me a comment below with your answer and you’ll be entered!

DETAILS: This contest will run until Friday, March 25, 2016 at 6PM CDT. The winner will be chosen using a random number generator, and will have 24 hours to respond. After that, another winner will be chosen in the same manner. Entrants must be 18 years of age or older. Hamilton Beach cannot ship to PO Boxes.

DISCLOSURE: I was provided the above-pictured toaster oven for review. No other compensation has been provided. Hamilton Beach will provide the same to the giveaway winner.

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15 Replies to “Easy Chocolate Croissants (Giveaway)”

  1. I would make a broccoli quiche, with three kinds of cheeses. Thanks for the chance. jslbrown2009 at aol dot com

  2. I would make these chocolate croissants, they have my stomach growling.

  3. Our kids eat a lot of fish sticks and nuggets, but I hate heating up the entire oven to cook twenty fish sticks. I would use this primarily for those items.

  4. I would have to try your chocolate croissants! I would use it for subs and pizza.

  5. I would make a toasted brie, ham, and apple sandwich. Thank you so much for the giveaway!

  6. I’d make chocolate croissants ;) Or cheesy bread. I loooooove cheesy bread.

  7. I would love to make white chocolate croissants or mini sausage pizzas with kale and feta!

  8. I love using toaster ovens, because they heat up quickly and don’t make my kitchen hot. In this one I’d like to make pizzas and small meals (like baked chicken breasts) and I’d also use it to reheat leftovers.

  9. I would make the English muffin pizzas for when the grandkids come over on the weekends. They love pizza!