You can now get Pret croissants to bake at home

Bake your own croissants at home (Picture: Pret A Manger)

Missing your favourite coffee shop breakfast, grabbed on the way into the office?

Well just because you’re working from home, it doesn’t mean you have to miss out.

Pret A Manger is now selling bags of its croissants to bake at home.

Stick one in the oven while you get ready and you can start you day enjoying one at your desk, just like you used to do.

You’ll be able to buy bags of classic all butter, chocolate-filled or vegan croissants from tomorrow in Tesco stores.

Of course, bake at home croissants aren’t new and there are lots of other options but it’s the first time Pret has made its baked good available outside its own stores.

It’s also the first plant-based version available from the supermarket. Instead of the traditional dairy-based ingredients, the vegan version uses shea butter, giving it the same flakiness as a classic croissant.

You can get three types – classic, chocolate and vegan (Picture: Pret)

Each packet includes six croissants, which take under 30 minutes to cook.

And if you want to recreate the full Pret breakfast at home, you can pick up bags of it’s blend of coffee from Amazon, Ocado, Waitrose and Sainsbury’s.

Clare Clough, UK Managing Director of Pret A Manger said: ‘With millions sold yearly, we know how much our customers love our croissants which is why I’m thrilled that we have been able to launch our new frozen range.

‘Featuring three of our bestselling flavours, our teams have worked hard to ensure customers can get the same freshly baked taste they get in our shops, at home.

‘We’re delighted to be partnering with Tesco for Pret’s first ever supermarket food range, marking an important moment in our journey to bring Pret to more people.’

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