Make perfect patisserie treats at home with this recipe for all butter french croissant using spelt flour instead of wheat. These flaky, baked, enriched dough treats are a labour of love and use fresh yeast, milk, sugar, wholemeal spelt and white spelt flour.

Spelt Croissant

Gavin Wren Baking, Breakfast, Food Techniques, Recipes, Spelt & ancient grains, Writing

Love is in the Air. Making croissant is a labour of love. It’s a protracted, laborious process that has none of the snappy, quick to make, time saving credentials that bloggers often brag about in relation to their recipes. Nor can I make any outlandish claims regarding the puritanical nature of the calorie count or perceived healthiness. In fact croissants are the antithesis of those ‘healthy-happy-5-minute-make’ meals, it’s a recipe which spurns being rushed, it stands in the face of our hectic lifestyles and refuses to be expedited. Like love, home made croissant are able to satisfy the harder-to-reach parts of the human soul. Making these from scratch allows a deep sense of satisfaction and fulfilment to flourish, as you watch the dry ingredients, liquids and yeast that you’ve lovingly worked, turn into something quite incredible. It’s not that you can’t buy good croissant. In fact, with the meteoric rise…