Introducing the Blueberry Cheese Croissant

blueberrycheese.jpgIn the interest of science, I feel compelled to try one. 

Maybe it will be a whole new taste sensation that I could incorporate into my blueberry muffins?

I purchase the croissant, and notice it is dusted with icing sugar, but not very croissant like in appearance.

No matter, it’s the taste that’s important here.

I break it open.

To my dismay it is not oozing with warm yellow melted cheese.

Utter disappointment.

I munch on the croissant, and I soon notice the cheese.  I have a revelation of horrified ‘you-eat-what-for-dessert’ touristic proportions, as I realise the blueberry filling is actually just the equivalent of blueberry cheesecake.

So, not quite as exciting as cheese in a can from the Land of Plenty, but my croissant is tasty nonetheless.

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4 Responses to Introducing the Blueberry Cheese Croissant

  1. Ian says:

    Off topic, I know, but you don’t happen to own a black t-shirt with a pink google logo on it, do you ?

  2. michelle says:

    Um, no…

  3. Ian says:

    Hmm.. well, in that case, your evil twin was wandering around Mt Eden the other day. Or at least someone that looked very very much like the photos you have on here.

    Meh.

  4. GT says:

    That’s not a croissant – they’re called ‘croissant’ because of the crescent shape so it doesn’t count if it’s rolled up like that. If it had chocolate inside it’d be a pain au chocolat, but at best it’s probably a Danish, or simply a ‘pastry’.

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