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FRENCH BOX of 6 Pains au Chocolat (Chocolate Bread)

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Golden and just slightly crispy on the outside, with melted chocolate swirled throughout a buttery croissant dough. These delicious Viennese are commonly known as "Pain au chocolat" (chocolate bread).
Reheat them in your oven (not microwave) at 180°F 10 to 15 minutes.
They are made every morning to be delivered as fresh as possible to you. You can keep them fresh up to one day after their delivery, or you can also freeze and reheat them. Storage in a plastic bag will help preserve the moistness. The crust will soften and will regain its crunchiness if you reheat it. A paper bag or bread box will result in a little less moistness, but the crust will retain more of its crunchiness.
Legend has it that Marie-Antoinnette introduced the croissants to France, but croissants and pains au chocolat are a relatively modern invention. The word croissant, which refers to a plain form of pain au chocolat shaped like a half-moon or "crescent", made its entry in the French dictionary in 1863. The type of pastry, called "viennoiserie" in French, was introduced in the early 19th C. when August Zang, an Austrian officer, and Ernest Schwarzer, an Austrian aristocrat, founded a Viennese bakery in Paris located at 92 rue Richelieu. Originally, croissants and pains aux chocolat were made from a brioche base but later evolved to incorporate a buttery flaky dough ('pâte feuilletée). Source: Wikipedia