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4 Custard Raisin Snails (bake at home)

How To Bake

1- Defrost the snails  overnight in the fridge, or for a couple of hours, at room temperature until they become soft.
2 Lay baking paper on a baking tray and place the snails on the tray allowing enough space in between for each one to rise. They will need to become 2 -3 times bigger than they were when frozen.
3- Place the tray in the oven, set the oven at 25 to 30°C, (NO FAN ), sprinkle some water on the snails,  moisture will help them to rise more easily. Rising will take 1 to 2 hours depending on your oven setting. Each time you open the oven door, it is a good idea to sprinkle  more water on them to make sure they are not too dry on the surface.
4- Once the snails reach 2 - 3 times bigger than their size when frozen, gently brush on some egg wash (whisked egg) and set the oven at 190°C 
5- Then fan bake them for around 20 minutes until they are a golden-brown color.
6- Once the snails  are fully baked, transfer them onto a cooling tray. Leave them for 10 minutes before you enjoy


Wheat Flour, butter, milk, yeast, salt, sugar, improver, (custard, raisin).


Allergens: Gluten, egg, milk, soy, sulphites.

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Lee Black

These were fabulous and a great hit with the family. They rose beautifully and were crisp and delicious warm from the oven I drizzled some icing on top and watched them disappear.


You really can’t go wrong. Delicious and light. Easy-to-follow instructions too! Thank you.

My favourite breakfast

These scrolls are great hot or cold. Lovely pastry and the custard and raisin combo is perfect.

Jackie P
The best bakery

I have tried alot of the items on the Oscars menu and it is all delicious. The Custard Raisin Snails are a favourite and easy to bake at home. They take a bit of time with pre-baking to help them rise but worth the wait. All the frozen meals and bakery goods at Oscars are very tasty and highly recommended. Easy instructions to follow.

Sandi McGowan
If at first you don't succeed - try again and again...

A little more effort is required and some forward planning. Unfortunately my oven cooks hot and so both times they have burnt. The second time in less than 10 mins cooking (half the suggested cooking time)! At least the second time it was much less. Planning to buy more.