• Serves 8
  • 15 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 3 Ingredients


These chocolate croissants are great little snacks for morning or afternoon tea and also great for the kids lunchbox!

Ingredients (serves 8)

  • 2 sheets puff pastry
  • Nut Free Chocolate Spread
  • Dash Milk


  1. Cut puff pastry sheets into 4 squares (8 in total)
  2. Place a teaspoon full of chocolate spread in the centre of the pastry and roll into a croissant shape. Squeeze edges together.
  3. Baste a little milk on the top of each croissant. Bake at 180 until pastry is golden and cooked through.


Nut Free Chocolate Spread can be found in the health food aisle of the supermarket and is also low in sugar.

  • Wouldn’t these be more like pastries than croissants ?


  • I love simple recipes like these! Fantastic!

    • My kids love chocolate croissants


  • Quick, easy and delicious!


  • Looks rather lovely, thanks so much.


  • We often do this with a homemade nutfree chocolate spread. Very easy to make in the processor
    2 cups raw sunflower seeds, toasted / roasted in the oven
    1 tsp raw vanilla powder
    1/4 cup cocoa powder
    1/3 cup coconut palm syrup / yacon syrup / rice malt syrup / honey / maple syrup
    1/4 teaspoon Himalayan sea salt
    2-3 teaspoons coconut oil, optional (for extra smoothness)
    1/2 cup coconut milk


  • Yum I love croissants but never made them, this seems easy.


  • Looks cute !


  • These look really yum and easy to eat


  • These look so amazingN yummy and easy! Thank-you!


  • What a great easy recipe. Thanks for sharing.


  • Yum and easy for the kids to make. Will have a look out for that nut free spread.

    • Coles sells a chocolate spread from Pureharvest, it’s called Coco2 in different flavours, the Original is a coconut cacao spread and has no nuts.


  • Definitely a fun play date food


  • Perfect treat the kids could take as they’re not allowed to bring nuts to school or kinder. Yum! Thanks for sharing!


  • So simple. I think my kids would like to help make these.


  • My kids would love these for school as they can’t have nuts!


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