Croissant Cereal Is Officially A Thing Thanks To Misol, An Instagram Bakery
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Croissant Cereal Is Officially A Thing Thanks To Misol, An Instagram Bakery

8th October 2020

Get croissant cereal delivered to Singapore

The pancake cereal fad hit social media hard during the peak of worldwide lockdowns earlier this year. The craze for these mini-sized treats didn’t end there, because not long after there came along croissant cereal

Misol Croissant CerealImage credit: @misol.id

Making pancake cereal is painstaking simply because it requires lots, and lots, of patience. But it’s nothing compared to rolling teensy weensy croissants, and here’s where Misol comes into the picture.

This Indonesian Instagram bakery takes the pain out of the equation and gives you the luxury of popping these addictive treats with reckless abandon. It’s less precious when you don’t have to devote all the time and aching fingers to making it.

Misol Croissant CerealImage credit: @misol.id

The adorable little nuggets are lightly crisp and buttery, coated with a thin sugar glaze that balances out the butter’s savouriness.

Misol Croissant CerealImage credit: @misol.id

“It’s like popcorn,” my dad proclaims. Personally, Misol’s Croissant Cereal ($18) reminds me of Kouign Amann in a little bite-sized package, or Waffle Crisp cereal, with its sweet and crunchy finish. Yes, they’re not the cheapest, but the taste does justify the novelty.

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Misol Croissant CerealImage credit: @misol.id

If you thought munching on these alone was good, having them with cold milk is even better. They don’t get soggy easily, thanks to the sugar glaze which keeps them crisp even after getting dunked in milk.

Misol Chocolate Croissant Cereal
Image credit: @misol.id

Misol’s croissant cereal also comes in a Chocolate ($23) edition that’s made with dark chocolate and brown sugar. While it may seem a little burnt-tasting to some, these little chocolatey ingots have a flavour that is reminiscent of Milo. 

Misol Chocolate Croissant Cereal
Image credit: @misol.id

Unlike the original croissant cereal, the addition of brown sugar here lends the chocolate croissants a more mellow, caramelised taste.

Misol Trail MixImage credit: @misol.id

Though they are based in Indonesia, Misol has now introduced regular shipments of both their croissant cereals and their Trail Mix ($23), made with chocolates and nuts, to Singapore. Orders can be placed through direct message to their Instagram page, WhatsApp or Line message.

Pick it up yourself from the Dhoby Ghaut area, or make arrangements for your own Grab delivery service. This works out to anywhere between $15 for a GrabBike delivery to Siglap, to $30 for a GrabCar delivery to Woodlands.

For more Indonesian dishes being delivered to your doorstep, check our Padasuka Indo Food, which brings babi guling, Balinese ribs and more to Singapore.

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