Most virulent croissant of 2023… Le Cube Robuchon! Just take a look at these gorgeous creations and tell me the craftsmanship isn’t comparable to a piece of art!

Where have you been if you haven’t seen these yet? INSTAGRAM @Ataspalates is the creator of the iconic cube croissants, which have been making quite a fuss.


Correctly so. Simply said, it looks fantastic. I took a chance and tried all flavors.

My favorite are Matcha , Vanilla, Chocolate


Matcha was my favorite. Loved the vanilla creme, but the matcha creme was a close second! The chocolate wasn’t as well received, but the pastry was still good. It is delightful to have a perfect exterior and a flaky, fluffy inside that is paired with cream.

I would absolutely include an ingredient list if you’re intending on obtaining these.

Although croissants are normally crescent-shaped, there are a few adjustments you can make to make them cube-shaped. This is a simple recipe:


The Cube Robuchon Most virulent croissant of 2023 ?

Recipe by ataspalateCourse: Recipe

5-9 PPL

Prep time




Cooking time






  • 1 sheet of store-bought puff pastry 

  • 1 beaten egg for egg wash

  • Chocolate, Matcha, Vanilla, or any other filling of your choosing are optional.

  • Either homemade
  • all-purpose flour, 4 cups

  • 2 cups of chilled butter and 1/4 cup of granulated sugar

  • Cold water, 1 cup

  • unbleached egg

  • fresh yeast, 1 tablespoon

  • Salt, 1/2 teaspoon


  • Depending on the size you desire for your cube croissants, cut the puff pastry into even-sized squares or rectangles. Aim for a 2-inch minimum.
  • Fold each square diagonally to make a triangle, enclosing the filling if any, to produce the cube shape.
  • The pastry should now be in the shape of a cube and contain the filling.
  • Then, fold the triangle’s two corners toward the center, gently overlapping them. To seal, press.
  • The beaten egg is used to brush the cube croissants’ tops. When cooked, this will give them a beautiful, golden-brown finish.
  • Put the croissants in cube form on a baking sheet covered with parchment paper. For about 12-18 minutes, or until they are puffy and golden brown, bake in the preheated oven.