When I spotted these bright yellow packets in the supermarket, I instantly thought of those moments when we as a family fancy a homebaked sweet treat.
And these would enable us to indulge in just that – without me having to do a lot of cooking and messing around, especially at the weekends when I prefer to sleepily stagger around in pyjamas for a few hours.
I gave the husband the option of which we’d try first and he quite fancied a cinnamon swirl so off I went to preheat the oven.
The instructions are incredibly easy to follow and it all works just as it should. You open the tin as directed…
and expose the log of dough inside –
Then you cut in into six sections and lay them evenly on a lined baking tray or baking sheet.
Then all you need to do is bake them for 11 minutes or so on the middle shelf of the oven.
Final touch? A drizzle of icing, easily done thanks to the little pot of icing sugar which was also included in the packaging! The three of us demolished them in seconds.
We will definitely be trying the rest of the products in this range: pain au chocolat, pains aux raisins, croissants and chocolate chip brioche. Treats at weekend brunches are going to be a doddle 🙂