This gloriously indulgent prosciutto & gouda Croissant sandwich is taken to a whole new level with my game changing honey mustard glaze! Words can’t convey how ridiculously easy they are to make and yet how seriously impressive the outcome. It must be the most glorified ‘ham & cheese’ sandwich EVER but it can be made in minutes and put a smile on everyone’s face. That’s a powerful sandwich recipe to have in your arsenal! Carry on reading if you want to learn how to make the greatest croissant sandwich recipe in the history of the universe and learn my top tips for making incredible croissant sandwiches every time.
I bet you think I’ve got shares in honey mustard but I can assure you I haven’t, I just really love it! Once I find an ingredient that I completely fall in love with, I feel like I need to see just how many ways I can utilise it. It’s a bit like when I discovered Nielsen-Massey Vanilla Extract. It’s now in almost EVERYTHING I bake! When it comes to ingredients, quality far supersedes quantity and a little usually goes a very long way. The very same is true of honey mustard – you don’t need a lot to make any dish taste absolutely incredible.
As for croissants, I eat a lot of them. I actually wish I had shares in them as I’d literally be making myself rich! Every bakery/shop has there own style of croissant but my absolute favourite (other than homemade) are from the bakery section in Lidl near where I live. You only need to take one look at them and the lamination (layers) is so tempting and hypnotizing! You just have to eat them.
The thought of turning all my favourite ingredients into an incredibly easy croissant sandwich recipe got me very excited and the end result was better than I’d dared to hope. This is great for breakfast, brunch, lunch or tea and would be perfect for large gatherings too. You can simply fill the croissants quickly beforehand then glaze and bake while your guests are there. (Which will take you all of 5 minutes!) Whether it’s just for you or a big group, these wonderful savoury delights are guaranteed to make tummies happy!
Here is what you will need to serve 2 people.
Start by preheating your oven to 190°C/Fan 180°C.
Carefully slice your croissants in half lengthways and lay in a slice of gouda. If it’s too big, just slice it in half. Don’t worry if it pokes out a bit, it all adds to the appeal!
Now add a slice of prosciutto on top of the cheese.
Feeling indulgent? Yeah, go on then – get another slice of cheese on there!
To make the glaze, simply mix the honey mustard and olive oil together in a pot. Then generously brush it all over each croissant. Come on , don’t be shy – slap it on!
All that’s left to do is pop them onto a baking tray and bake in the preheated over for 6 minutes until warmed through and melted.
That is literally it. Didn’t I tel you it was ridiculously easy?! Make sure to eat them straight away though as no one likes cold soggy croissants. Straight out the oven, these bad boys are something to behold. They taste like heaven too!
Just look at the gooey melted cheese, the beautiful prosciutto and that glaaaaazzzee! It’s literally making me hungry just looking at those pictures again. You could totally mix up the flavours too if you wanted. Maybe switch out the gouda & prosciutto for mozzarella & pepperoni then glaze with garlic olive oil and a sprinkling of oregano… throw in a little tomato passata too and you’ve got yourself an incredible ‘pizza croissant sandwich’! Wow – I’m totally gonna do that myself even if you don’t!
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Make your breakfast, brunch, lunch or tea extraordinary with these outrageously incredible gouda & prosciutto croissant sandwiches with a honey mustard glaze. You're welcome!
Preheat oven to 190°C/Fan 180°C.
Cut the croissants in half and lay a slice of cheese in each one.
Top the cheese with a some prosciutto. Add more gouda if wanted.
Stir together the honey mustard & olive oil in a little dish then paint all over the tops of the croissants with a brush.
Bake for 6 minutes until warmed. Serve immediately.
I hope you enjoyed the post my lovelies, until next time! Miss KitchenMason x