This one is my son, Luke’s FAVORITE thing I make.  It’s a combination of all his loves.  I mean what kid doesn’t like chocolate and carbs?!? Actually, I’m going to raise my hand too for this one. HA! It’s not just for kids. This one is a total crowd pleaser. Perfect for your family on a Sunday morning or to set out when you have a house full of guests. I love that you make it the night before, pop it in the oven and wa-la… BREAKFAST is done! Also makes the perfect Christmas morning recipe.

I hope you enjoy it, actually I’m certain of it!




  • 1 13-oz package already baked croissants, cut into large bite sized pieces
  • 2 (8-oz) packages cream cheese, room temperature
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 4 eggs
  • 2 tsp vanilla
  • 2 cups milk
  • 2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips


  1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Spray your 9x13-inch pan with nonstick spray
  3. Place croissant pieces in baking dish.
  4. Sprinkle with chocolate chips.
  5. In a mixing bowl, beat cream cheese, sugar, eggs and vanilla until well blended.
  6. Add milk and blend some more until mix is well combined.
  7. Pour evenly over croissant pieces.
  8. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight.
  9. Bake uncovered for 35 to 40 minutes or until center is cooked.
  10. Let stand 10 minutes and serve.

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December 11, 2019



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Jennifer L Boyd

OMG…I’m making this for this weekend 🙂 My kids are going to LOVE it!! Oh, and me too 🙂

My h husband has been dying for me to make something like this for him…may even do this for Christmas or New Years. Landyn to my rescue as always! He’s starting to ask if everything I do is from Landyn…pretty much. No shame! 🙂

Amy Plaster

Oh my, this sounds divine!
Are the “croissants” in the recipe, the refrigerated crescent rolls that come in a tube?


Do you think you could make this more than one night ahead?


are the mini croissants already baked or can you buy the pillsbury ones in a can? 🙂 Thanks!

Reply to  livingwithland

Thank you!

Merritt B

Are the mini croissants already made or is is dough from the refrigerator section of the store?

Kristin Berghoff

What kind of croissant rolls to you use?


Do you mean refrigerated Raw dough croissants? or already baked from the bakery ?


Where do you find mini croissants?

Heather Murray

Quick question. What brand of mini croissants do you use? Is it like pillsbury refrigerated ones??

Patti Caldevilla

Do u bake the croissants and then put the rest of the stuff on it and stick in fridge or do you put it all together and then bake after the whole thing after it has been in the fridge overnight ?

Amber Roy
Reply to  livingwithland

Need to modify directions. Step 1 says to pre heat oven.


Are the croissant rolls baked already or unbaked pillsbury?

Emily Ritchie

Are the croissants already baked or the raw dough form. Thanks


What kind of mini croissants do you use?


I have made this with blueberries instead of chocolate chips and it is delicious that way, too!

Reply to  Hayley

Wow! That sounds amazing, I’ll definitely have to try!

Paula Meyers
Reply to  Hayley

Can you tell me what kind of croissants you used? Already baked? Or the pillsbury in a can? Please let me know? Thank You, Paula


Do you buy the croissants already made or the ones that aren’t made yet? (Dough)

Reply to  Tracy

Already made! Pick them up from the bakery section of the grocery store. So easy!


Tell me about the croissants- are they already baked, like in the bakery section or dough?

Reply to  Lynn

Hi Lynn! I pick up the croissants already baked in the bakery section of the grocery store. Nice and easy!


This is prob a dumb question, but are the mini croissants supposed to be cooked or raw? Like crescent rolls in a can or bakery croissants? Thank you!!


Help! I added the milk before mixing the cream cheese and now it’s kind of in chunks and I’m serving it tomorrow at Christmas brunch. Will it be ok. Will the cream cheese melt together as it cooks. Should I stir it before baking! Yes, I’m panicking!!

Natasha Toy

I’m definitely halfway through this recipe and I used raw croissants.

Reply to  Natasha Toy

Ah! I’m so sorry!

Jessica H

So I’ve looked at all the comments and questions in this thread and I’m still confused… does “already baked” mean frozen or already baked? 🤣🤣🥰

Reply to  Jessica H

Nice and easy! Already baked, from the bakery section of your grocery store.


Fail! I made two for both families today and it wasn’t a hit. Bummer!

Reply to  Meg

I’m sorry! It’s one of our faves. Hopefully you’ll give more of my recipes a try!

Brenda Amos

So I made this for Christmas morning and it’s been requested again (already!) My husband loved it! I’m going to try it with blueberries!

Tera Kinsella Roth

How should I cut the pieces? Does it matter? Lol 😂 And yes I could mess it up…


Small, bite-size pieces work best!


I can’t wait to make it! Sounds amazing.
Love how you wrote “wa-la” instead of “voila” . Lol


Mine was still runny after cooking for 45 min! I used fat-free milk. Think that matters?


Do you bake the night before and serve at room temp or put in fridge after baking?

Reply to  Shannon

I prep the night before and then bake in the morning – Serve it warm!


What’s the best way to store leftovers? In the fridge?


Really delicious, but I recommend about half as many chocolate chips. Kids actually complained too much chocolate (never happens!)


How many people (roughly) does this serve?

Reply to  Jenna

I would say 6-8

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