Cruffins

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A cruffin is simply a muffin made out of croissant dough. The pastry is made by proofing and baking laminated dough in a muffin mould or a popover tin would be even better. You can fill them with jam, cream, or curd. We prefer ours just plain or with a light dust of icing sugar because these croissant-muffins are rich enough to be savoured just as they are. These buttery, flaky cruffins are great for brunch or an afternoon snack and they are easier to make than you think.

  • 300 g All purpose flour
  • 1.5 tsp Dried yeast
  • 3 tbsp Raw sugar
  • A pinch of salt
  • 175 ml 3.5% Milk
  • 200 g Butter, softened
  1. Mix the flour, dried yeast, sugar and salt in the bowl of your mixer fitted with a dough hook. Warm the milk and 50 grams of the butter in the microwave on medium-high or in a pot over stove until the butter melts and the mixture lukewarm.
  2. Add the milk mixture into the flour mixture. Stir the mixture on low speed for 5 minutes until a rough dough comes together. Increase the speed and knead until the dough becomes smooth and elastic, about 5 -7 minutes.
  3. Shape the dough into a ball and place in a large greased bowl. Cover with a plastic film or a clean kitchen towel. Set aside in a warm place for one hour until it doubles in volume.
  4. Grease a jumbo 6-hole muffin pan with butter. Punch dough down. Turn out onto a lightly floured surface. Divide the dough into 3 even portions. Roll out each dough into a 40x15cm rectangle. Next time I will roll out to 60cmx15cm, so that you have more layers.
  5. Spread 50 grams of butter all over the rectangle. Starting with the shorter side, roll up the dough tightly. Slice the roll lengthwise into two. Roll each half up from the side that was cut so that you can see the layers of dough. Place it into the prepared muffin tin. Repeat the same process with the remaining pieces of dough. Cover with a kitchen towel and allow the dough to rise for 45 minutes.
  6. Preheat oven to 200C/400F. Bake for 25-30 minutes on the highest rack in the oven until golden brown. Serve, dusted with icing sugar, immediately.

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53 comments:

Iwona 6/12/19 06:13

I would like to eat it :)

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Anonymous 6/12/19 07:52

Oh my, these little breads look absolutely irresistible, Angie! I wish you could teach me your baking expertise! How wonderful to present these on a holiday table!

Ciao,
Roz

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Agata 6/12/19 13:21

It looks so delicious ❤️

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Ashley@CookNourishBliss 6/12/19 13:52

These are so stinkin' fun!! I love it!

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Kitchen Riffs 6/12/19 15:04

I've heard of these but have never had one. These are fun! And I'll bet the flavor is outstanding. Not only that, they're really pretty. Winner of a recipe -- thanks.

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Mae Travels 6/12/19 16:24

Beautiful pastries! They don't seem to be as hard to make as actual croissants, which I think are rolled and folded quite a few more times. However, most of my info comes from the Great British Baking Show so what do I know?

best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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Pam 6/12/19 17:30

They look SO BEAUTIFUL!!! Nicely done!

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Marissa 6/12/19 23:52

Your cruffins turned our beautifully, Angie! I must try this!

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Ana Regalado 7/12/19 03:32

Ohhhh, it looks beautifully-baked! Perfect with piping hot milky coffee :)

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Kelly | Foodtasia 7/12/19 09:13

Angie, these are absolutely irresistible! Love all the beautiful, swirling layers!

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Natalia 7/12/19 10:13

Oh wow,those are irresistibly pretty!

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Evi Erlinda 7/12/19 10:51

I just knew about this yummy breeding:)
Beautiful swirls! Yum!

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Nancy Chan 7/12/19 14:35

Beautiful cruffins and looks very tasty.

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judee 7/12/19 15:32

Angie,
Another amazing treat! I can only imagine how good they taste

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 7/12/19 17:03

They are gorgeous, Angie! Yours are so beautifully twisted and crispy looking. What a treat!

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Pame Recetas 7/12/19 20:47

Dear Angie! Thanks for always being there! These must be absolutely addictive!

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Catherine 8/12/19 14:53

Dear Angie, These cruffins look so delicious! I wish you a beautiful Sunday my friend. xo Catherine

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Dahn @savorthebest 8/12/19 16:28

These look fabulous and make such a great presentation but better than that they are so delicious! I could eat a few for breakfast any day.

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Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 8/12/19 19:02

Wow, these look AMAZING, Angie! What a special treat for the holidays!!! xo

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Marisa 8/12/19 21:26

Beautiful presentation! And oh my that looks delicious! :)

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Savor the Best-Pat 8/12/19 22:14

Wow! Angie... this looks fantastic! I want ��

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All That I'm Eating 9/12/19 10:28

These look absolutely amazing! What a brilliant idea. I'd love to try them.

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Evi 9/12/19 12:50

I never heard of cruffins before, but I love love love this concept, they look super cute! Definitely going to make these, thanks for the idea :)

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Ruxana Gafoor 9/12/19 14:25

Looks so good,interesting recipe!

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Jeff the Chef 9/12/19 16:04

1000 yes session to this! How long do they last? Are they still good the next day? Or should you plan eat that same day?

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Balvinder 9/12/19 16:17

Wow, its something new to me. Looks beautifully baked!

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foodtravelandwine 9/12/19 17:07

This is something in my to-do-list!!!.....your cruffins are superb!!.......Abrazotes, Marcela

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Isabell's Kitchen 9/12/19 18:11

These cruffins look great! Never tried them but I bet they are delicious! :)

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Pam 9/12/19 22:21

They're pretty impressive, Angie and I can imagine how delicious! I need a cruffin for sure. Thanks for the recipe, love it!

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Sakuranko 10/12/19 16:31

Oh very good recipe darling
Thanks for share with us
xx

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Choclette 10/12/19 20:58

Cruffins? How absolutely brilliant. We rarely have anything as decadent for breakfast as croissants, but homemade cruffins might be a different story.

Noticed my comments are coming through - phew!

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 10/12/19 23:30

I love cruffins and you have certainly made me crazy to make them. They are gorgeous Angie and I must have at least two!

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Noob Cook 11/12/19 05:43

First time I'm introduced to a "cruffin". Your bakes look incredible as usual :)

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Evi Erlinda 11/12/19 06:57

Coming back to get a bite cruffin :)
Yum!

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Julie 11/12/19 07:03

wow..these looks delicious, superbly made !!

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Gloria Baker 11/12/19 23:33

Angie tnese are absolutely beautiful!!! xo

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Valentina 12/12/19 02:36

Absolutely beautiful! Move over cronuts, I want a cruffin! :-) ~Valentina

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Angie's Recipes 12/12/19 06:08

@Jeff the Chef They still taste very fresh and good next day, Jeff.

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 12/12/19 17:41

Angie, I love making croissants and croissant cinnamon rolls. And oh my how I would love a cruffin right this very minute! Gorgeous!

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Fran @ Gday Souffle 12/12/19 22:10

Pinned! This looks great. You're method for creating the laminated dough looks a little easier than the traditional method, but the results look good. I'm bookmarking this one! Whoopee!

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grace 12/12/19 22:59

as beautiful as they are enticing!

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2pots2cook 13/12/19 12:23

Lovely and simple; that's always the best !

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Suja Manoj 13/12/19 16:22

Beautiful and so creative..looks so delicious.

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Roz | La Bella Vita Cucina 15/12/19 21:05

I love these Angie! I've never heard or seen cruffins before, but I sure am thrilled that I do now! Thanks for sharing!
Buon Natale!
Ciao,
Roz

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tigerfish 17/12/19 02:49

Cronuts, cruffins - life is interesting! :p your cruffins are so beautiful like flower petals (they look like tulips)

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Reeni 19/12/19 02:29

You have no idea how much I love croissants Angie! This is such a good idea! Love them for Christmas.

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 21/12/19 06:24

These look like a perfect breakfast treat.

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