All Butter Croissants 6 pack for £1 @ Tesco (From Tomorrow)
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All Butter Croissants 6 pack for £1 @ Tesco (From Tomorrow)

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Found 11th Sep 2017
Who loves croissants? Get a six pack for a quid at Tesco

On offer from tomorrow 12/09

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    It's like Tesco don't want me to lose weight.
    Thanks op,I love these
    Tesco make lovely croissants. 3rd to Costco croissants and Marksies, which are the best.
    Asda WERE nice, but the packs are bloody tasteless now. Dunno if the loose ones are better, they used to be but as the packs are bad (AWFUL actually) then the singles will be too now
    Lidl's are OK. Not great but better than Asda and cheapish
    PhilK6 h, 12 m ago

    Tesco make lovely croissants. 3rd to Costco croissants and Marksies, which …Tesco make lovely croissants. 3rd to Costco croissants and Marksies, which are the best.Asda WERE nice, but the packs are bloody tasteless now. Dunno if the loose ones are better, they used to be but as the packs are bad (AWFUL actually) then the singles will be too nowLidl's are OK. Not great but better than Asda and cheapish



    Actually, I find the opposite, Tesco croissants have deteriorated in quality, while Asda ones are better in comparison. I definitely prefer Asda ones. Lidl ones are amazing, if a bit too rich
    Try Aldi .. the loose ones, not packed only available where they have a bakery in store, very yummy and very flaky
    Kayote5 h, 36 m ago

    Actually, I find the opposite, Tesco croissants have deteriorated in …Actually, I find the opposite, Tesco croissants have deteriorated in quality, while Asda ones are better in comparison. I definitely prefer Asda ones. Lidl ones are amazing, if a bit too rich



    Interesting, that.
    Always used to swear by Tesco.
    Last lot I got (my daughter her husband and my gorgeous grand-daughter were up for the Great North Run) were a bit disappointing - I just put it down to me, not the croissants.
    So you reckon they've gone down in quality like Asda's ?
    Maybe try Morrisons, not that I'd expect much there.
    Never tried Morrisons, always intended to, never did.
    But disappointed with Tesco's mind.
    I think you'll find packs of Asda are tasteless now
    Lidl's aren't bad but not particularly good either
    Edited by: "PhilK" 12th Sep 2017
    Oh well now I don't know what to do...
    They aren't on offer here !!!!!
    zippypants18 h, 10 m ago

    Try Aldi .. the loose ones, not packed only available where they have a …Try Aldi .. the loose ones, not packed only available where they have a bakery in store, very yummy and very flaky



    This is the first time Ive heard that Aldi has a bakery. None I have visited seem to have one!
    PhilK18 h, 5 m ago

    Interesting, that.Always used to swear by Tesco.Last lot I got (my …Interesting, that.Always used to swear by Tesco.Last lot I got (my daughter her husband and my gorgeous grand-daughter were up for the Great North Run) were a bit disappointing - I just put it down to me, not the croissants.So you reckon they've gone down in quality like Asda's ?Maybe try Morrisons, not that I'd expect much there.Never tried Morrisons, always intended to, never did.But disappointed with Tesco's mind.I think you'll find packs of Asda are tasteless nowLidl's aren't bad but not particularly good either



    Morrisons aren't much better in my opinion, however, I think may be because they are the least salty, which is healthy I suppose. These days, I actually walk to Asda purely because I find their croissants the best of the lot. Lidl is too far to go only for croissants.
    These or only half to two thirds the size of a 'proper' Tesco Croissant so bit of a cheat IMHO.
    Kayote14 h, 23 m ago

    Morrisons aren't much better in my opinion, however, I think may be …Morrisons aren't much better in my opinion, however, I think may be because they are the least salty, which is healthy I suppose. These days, I actually walk to Asda purely because I find their croissants the best of the lot. Lidl is too far to go only for croissants.


    Costco's or Marksies. Can't fail with either
    Problem with Costcos you have to buy too many and freeze them
    Ditto with their gorgeous Muffins. But you dont want 8. Yopu want ONE or maybe two - even there you tend to cut in two and save the other half for later - not so Croissants !
    Kayote15 h, 46 m ago

    This is the first time Ive heard that Aldi has a bakery. None I have …This is the first time Ive heard that Aldi has a bakery. None I have visited seem to have one!


    There is one in Eastcote (London)
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