Best Gluten Free Croissants On The Market


A croissant is a flaky, buttery pastry. They’re usually associated with France. Croissant dough contains yeast, which is one of the only differences between croissant dough and puff pastry.

Where To Buy Gluten-Free Croissants?

As a Brit, it’s fortunately very easy for me to walk into my nearest grocery store and find a range of gluten-containing, and non-gluten-containing croissant options.

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The most popular and accessible option globally is Schar Gluten-Free Croissants. They come frozen, but once defrosted (or popped into the warm), they’re soft and fluffy.


These croissants are gluten-free, nut-free, soy-free and unlike Schar, wheat-free – hurrah! Mariposa is an American-based company and again are very pricey at $25 for 4.

Mariposa Baking Co

Nature & Cie’s

These croissants are made at the croissant capital, France. Nature & Cie’s Gluten-Free Croissants come highly recommended by its customers.

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Satisfy Your Croissant Craving

I hope this article has been enough to help fulfill your croissant craving. I, for one, am headed out now to grab myself one. They’re pure buttery goodness.

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