Bubble Croiffles Recipe (Croissant Waffles)

This easy bubble croiffles recipe take just a few minutes to whip up. Don't worry if you don't specifically have a bubble waffle maker – a regular waffle maker works just as well.

It's unclear who first invented the croiffle (also sometimes spelled 'croffle') – croissant dough cooked in a waffle iron. There are several claims to it, But most recently they've become super popular in South Korea.

The concept is super simple, and as long as you're using premade croissant dough, croiffles are super easy to make. I used all-butter, frozen ready to bake croissants to make my bubble croiffles, but you can also use Jus-Rol (particularly if you want to make vegan croiffles).

Rolling the croissant dough in sugar creates the extra treat of a crunchy caramel shell as the sugar melts in the waffle iron. You don't have to do this and you can put your croissant dough straight into the waffle iron. But the caramel coating makes it even more special.

As mentioned above, this recipe works just as well with a regular waffle iron as it does with a bubble waffle iron.

You can also watch me make these on YouTube:

Ready? Let's go.


2–4 frozen ready to bake croissants, thawed
100g caster sugar


1. Preheat your bubble waffle iron (or regular waffle iron) and lightly brush the plates with vegetable oil.

2. Generously roll a croissant dough roll in the sugar on a plate.

3. Place the croissant in your waffle maker, gently pressing down on the lid for a few seconds, and cook for about two minutes.

4. Rescue the croissant from the waffle machine and place on a non-stick baking paper-lined tray or wire rack to cool.

5. Repeat with your other croissants.

Enjoy, and have fun.


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