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Before I found out I had celiac disease I was a huge bread products fan. My favorite thing to eat was croissants. Since going gluten-free I haven't found any recipes for gluten-free croissants, does anyone have a yummy recipe? Please HELP!!!!

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Before I found out I had celiac disease I was a huge bread products fan. My favorite thing to eat was croissants. Since going gluten-free I haven't found any recipes for gluten-free croissants, does anyone have a yummy recipe? Please HELP!!!!

I know that crescent rolls aren't exactly the same thing as croissants, but we love this crescent roll recipe. I've made it several times. It does work best if you use the flour she calls for in the recipe. (btw, we love the Jules gluten free flour mix. It is now our favorite go-to flour mix for gluten-free). It is simple to make, and they turn out great.

http://blog.julesglutenfree.com/2010/08/crescent-rolls/

Try it! Hope you like it!

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Celiac Specialites has a crossiant bun that is to die for....

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http://glutenfreecanteen.com/2012/05/06/croissants-gluten-free/

Funny you should ask. Just saw this last night. I think its hard to make good croissants gluten-free.

Oh My God!!!

You just made my day!

No..my year!!

I used to make croissants.

I never thought there would be a gluten free version.

It's close enough for me.

I'm going to be so happy when I eat this.

I just got dairy back too!

After 19 months in gluten-free recovery.

I'm so happy!

Thank you!

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I know that crescent rolls aren't exactly the same thing as croissants, but we love this crescent roll recipe. I've made it several times. It does work best if you use the flour she calls for in the recipe. (btw, we love the Jules gluten free flour mix. It is now our favorite go-to flour mix for gluten-free). It is simple to make, and they turn out great.

http://blog.julesglutenfree.com/2010/08/crescent-rolls/

Try it! Hope you like it!

Thank you so much, I'm going to try this recipe. I haven't heard of Jules flour mix yet, I'm just now getting into baking.

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http://glutenfreecanteen.com/2012/05/06/croissants-gluten-free/

Funny you should ask. Just saw this last night. I think its hard to make good croissants gluten-free.

Thank you so much, they look really good. I'm going to try these and see how they turn out. Hopefully at least one of these recipes will work....3 years is a long time without croissants.

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Celiac Specialites has a crossiant bun that is to die for....

Do they have a website?

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Oh My God!!!

You just made my day!

No..my year!!

I used to make croissants.

I never thought there would be a gluten free version.

It's close enough for me.

I'm going to be so happy when I eat this.

I just got dairy back too!

After 19 months in gluten-free recovery.

I'm so happy!

Thank you!

Yay!

And isn't that recipe wonderful?

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Do they have a website?

When i google, I got this: http://celiacspecialties.com/ , but this page is for buying, not baking.

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Yes, this is a bakery that sells ready made goodies. By the way their donuts are also excellent...

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