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Costco frozen bake-at-home croissants

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Mar 27, 2012
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Costco frozen bake-at-home croissants

Is there any Costco store in Great Vancouver that sells frozen bake-at-home croissants?

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You might be able to ask the bakery for them directly. They don't have any in retail packs though.
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jiangmen wrote:
Aug 17th, 2015 8:28 pm
Is there any Costco store in Great Vancouver that sells frozen bake-at-home croissants?

Thanks,
They used to have them beside frozen fries. Not recently however.
I doubt if the bakery will sell their frozen bake offs; suppose you got sick and sued them?
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jayt90 wrote:
Aug 18th, 2015 2:34 pm
They used to have them beside frozen fries. Not recently however.
I doubt if the bakery will sell their frozen bake offs; suppose you got sick and sued them?
Thank you for your info. I could n't find it beside frozen fries, which store are you shopping at please?
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jiangmen wrote:
Aug 18th, 2015 3:00 pm
Thank you for your info. I could n't find it beside frozen fries, which store are you shopping at please?
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Probably doesn't help you but the GTA ones sell them in the far back of the freezer section. So that may be a good sign that they sell them in the GVR as well.

They're made using butter and are pretty good.
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jiangmen wrote:
Aug 18th, 2015 3:00 pm
Thank you for your info. I could n't find it beside frozen fries, which store are you shopping at please?
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I shop at Ajax or London.

Your best bet is to call the store; phone number may be on a receipt, or filed somewhere in www.costco.ca or in Canada 411.
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Thank you, one of my friend's friend got some from Costco, just forgot to ask where did she got it.....
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jayt90 wrote:
Aug 18th, 2015 3:39 pm
I shop at Ajax or London.

Your best bet is to call the store; phone number may be on a receipt, or filed somewhere in www.costco.ca or in Canada 411.
Thanks, good ideal.
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Is it the one in the red box? If so, does anyone still have the red box I threw mine out and I don't know the cooking instructions for temp and time, thanks.
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OrangeBerry wrote:
Feb 10th, 2016 8:50 am
Is it the one in the red box? If so, does anyone still have the red box I threw mine out and I don't know the cooking instructions for temp and time, thanks.
Noticed today the brand is Au Pain Dore (red box), 30 for $12.99. They were in an end cap freezer beside the chicken spring rolls.

Baking directions from their website:

http://en.aupaindore.com/our-products/f ... roissants/
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Have not tried the costco ones but if you find ones called Harwood 189 from Premiere Moisson (Quebec/Montreal bakery) in Metro grocery store, they are pretty decent boxes of 10 mini croissants or 8 mini chocolatines and i lived in Paris for a year and south of Paris for another year. They are regularly 4.99 but I have also found some on sale for 2.99 on occasion.
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Bringing this back from the past. Has anyone seen these in BC recently?
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Buggie wrote:
Nov 7th, 2017 9:57 pm
Bringing this back from the past. Has anyone seen these in BC recently?
I've actually never seen these in our store... wished we did have them.
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The Costco bakeries in Vancouver sell the same ones out on the floor in a frozen box of about 200 for about $65. Look at the price list on the wall with the cakes and such they have other frozen bakery goods too.

Takes time to defrost and bake but about half price the baked ones on the floor!

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