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Easy Homemade Blueberry Almond Croissants

Easy Homemade Blueberry Almond Croissants



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Ingredients

  • 2 egg yolks
  • 100 Grams ground almonds
  • 25 Grams sugar
  • 40 Grams heavy cream
  • 2 sheets puff pastry, rolled out
  • 370 Grams blueberry preserve, such as Bonne Maman

Directions

Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F.

Stir together the almonds, sugar, 1 egg yolk, and 25 grams of cream to make a thick paste.

Lay the pastry sheets out flat on your work surface. Cut each sheet into 8 long triangles (16 triangles in total).

On the wider end of each triangle place some of the almond mixture and one tablespoon blueberry preserve.

Roll up the croissants, starting with the long end, and turn the corners inwards, to make a crescent shape.

Place the croissants on a lined baking tray.

Stir together the egg yolk and cream, and brush the mixture over the top of the croissants.

Place on the middle rack in the preheated oven, and bake for 15 minutes until golden.

Nutritional Facts

Servings16

Calories Per Serving289

Folate equivalent (total)46µg11%


Easy Almond Croissants

These Easy Almond Croissants are out-of-this-world amazing and taste just like any bakery-style croissant but without the hefty price tag. A perfect way to use up day-old croissants, this semi-homemade recipe can’t be beat!

So with the current state of the world, a lot of people are home now which means a lot of people are cooking and baking, myself included.

But you’re a baker, you say. True, but I hardly ever make lunch or dinner for myself. It’s just me, I’m kind of a picky eater I recently realized, and I don’t want to have leftovers for a thousand years, so I usually just grab a sandwich somewhere and call it a day.

However, I’m trying to be better about eating out at restaurants all the time and use up things I already have sitting around (looking at you, old box of macaroni & cheese). Although I should say I never have old croissants lying around I inhale them before I even bring them home usually.

But, if like me, you’re having a helluva time sourcing bread or yeast, I have just the recipe for you to satisfy that carby craving without needing to whip up a loaf from scratch. These Easy Almond Croissants are a carb-lovers DREAM come true and they couldn’t be simpler to make. I bet you probably have most of the ingredients on hand, too. And since it’s usually only all-purpose flour that’s been MIA on grocery shelves, you can probably find almond meal/flour pretty easily.

These start with day-old croissants from anywhere you like – I bought a 12-count of smaller-size croissants from my grocery store’s bakery section. I simply used a serrated knife to slice them 3/4 of the way through, butterflied them open, and let them dry out overnight in my cracked oven door. Once they’re super dry, it is time for assembly!

You’ll brush on a rummy simple syrup mixture to soak into the bread and impart it with so much flavor. Then, you’ll fill the croissants with the easy almond filling – a mixture consisting of almond meal, vanilla and almond extracts, eggs, and butter. Spread this mixture liberally on one half of the croissant, then close up the croissant onto itself and spread a little more of the mixture on top. Sprinkle some sliced almonds on top and bake until golden, sizzling, and absolutely heavenly! Your kitchen is about to smell AMAZING.

Just before serving, I like to garnish these with a dusting of confectioners’ sugar, but believe me, it’ll be hard not to want to shove them all in your mouth immediately after baking.


Easy Almond Croissants

These Easy Almond Croissants are out-of-this-world amazing and taste just like any bakery-style croissant but without the hefty price tag. A perfect way to use up day-old croissants, this semi-homemade recipe can’t be beat!

So with the current state of the world, a lot of people are home now which means a lot of people are cooking and baking, myself included.

But you’re a baker, you say. True, but I hardly ever make lunch or dinner for myself. It’s just me, I’m kind of a picky eater I recently realized, and I don’t want to have leftovers for a thousand years, so I usually just grab a sandwich somewhere and call it a day.

However, I’m trying to be better about eating out at restaurants all the time and use up things I already have sitting around (looking at you, old box of macaroni & cheese). Although I should say I never have old croissants lying around I inhale them before I even bring them home usually.

But, if like me, you’re having a helluva time sourcing bread or yeast, I have just the recipe for you to satisfy that carby craving without needing to whip up a loaf from scratch. These Easy Almond Croissants are a carb-lovers DREAM come true and they couldn’t be simpler to make. I bet you probably have most of the ingredients on hand, too. And since it’s usually only all-purpose flour that’s been MIA on grocery shelves, you can probably find almond meal/flour pretty easily.

These start with day-old croissants from anywhere you like – I bought a 12-count of smaller-size croissants from my grocery store’s bakery section. I simply used a serrated knife to slice them 3/4 of the way through, butterflied them open, and let them dry out overnight in my cracked oven door. Once they’re super dry, it is time for assembly!

You’ll brush on a rummy simple syrup mixture to soak into the bread and impart it with so much flavor. Then, you’ll fill the croissants with the easy almond filling – a mixture consisting of almond meal, vanilla and almond extracts, eggs, and butter. Spread this mixture liberally on one half of the croissant, then close up the croissant onto itself and spread a little more of the mixture on top. Sprinkle some sliced almonds on top and bake until golden, sizzling, and absolutely heavenly! Your kitchen is about to smell AMAZING.

Just before serving, I like to garnish these with a dusting of confectioners’ sugar, but believe me, it’ll be hard not to want to shove them all in your mouth immediately after baking.


Easy Almond Croissants

These Easy Almond Croissants are out-of-this-world amazing and taste just like any bakery-style croissant but without the hefty price tag. A perfect way to use up day-old croissants, this semi-homemade recipe can’t be beat!

So with the current state of the world, a lot of people are home now which means a lot of people are cooking and baking, myself included.

But you’re a baker, you say. True, but I hardly ever make lunch or dinner for myself. It’s just me, I’m kind of a picky eater I recently realized, and I don’t want to have leftovers for a thousand years, so I usually just grab a sandwich somewhere and call it a day.

However, I’m trying to be better about eating out at restaurants all the time and use up things I already have sitting around (looking at you, old box of macaroni & cheese). Although I should say I never have old croissants lying around I inhale them before I even bring them home usually.

But, if like me, you’re having a helluva time sourcing bread or yeast, I have just the recipe for you to satisfy that carby craving without needing to whip up a loaf from scratch. These Easy Almond Croissants are a carb-lovers DREAM come true and they couldn’t be simpler to make. I bet you probably have most of the ingredients on hand, too. And since it’s usually only all-purpose flour that’s been MIA on grocery shelves, you can probably find almond meal/flour pretty easily.

These start with day-old croissants from anywhere you like – I bought a 12-count of smaller-size croissants from my grocery store’s bakery section. I simply used a serrated knife to slice them 3/4 of the way through, butterflied them open, and let them dry out overnight in my cracked oven door. Once they’re super dry, it is time for assembly!

You’ll brush on a rummy simple syrup mixture to soak into the bread and impart it with so much flavor. Then, you’ll fill the croissants with the easy almond filling – a mixture consisting of almond meal, vanilla and almond extracts, eggs, and butter. Spread this mixture liberally on one half of the croissant, then close up the croissant onto itself and spread a little more of the mixture on top. Sprinkle some sliced almonds on top and bake until golden, sizzling, and absolutely heavenly! Your kitchen is about to smell AMAZING.

Just before serving, I like to garnish these with a dusting of confectioners’ sugar, but believe me, it’ll be hard not to want to shove them all in your mouth immediately after baking.


Easy Almond Croissants

These Easy Almond Croissants are out-of-this-world amazing and taste just like any bakery-style croissant but without the hefty price tag. A perfect way to use up day-old croissants, this semi-homemade recipe can’t be beat!

So with the current state of the world, a lot of people are home now which means a lot of people are cooking and baking, myself included.

But you’re a baker, you say. True, but I hardly ever make lunch or dinner for myself. It’s just me, I’m kind of a picky eater I recently realized, and I don’t want to have leftovers for a thousand years, so I usually just grab a sandwich somewhere and call it a day.

However, I’m trying to be better about eating out at restaurants all the time and use up things I already have sitting around (looking at you, old box of macaroni & cheese). Although I should say I never have old croissants lying around I inhale them before I even bring them home usually.

But, if like me, you’re having a helluva time sourcing bread or yeast, I have just the recipe for you to satisfy that carby craving without needing to whip up a loaf from scratch. These Easy Almond Croissants are a carb-lovers DREAM come true and they couldn’t be simpler to make. I bet you probably have most of the ingredients on hand, too. And since it’s usually only all-purpose flour that’s been MIA on grocery shelves, you can probably find almond meal/flour pretty easily.

These start with day-old croissants from anywhere you like – I bought a 12-count of smaller-size croissants from my grocery store’s bakery section. I simply used a serrated knife to slice them 3/4 of the way through, butterflied them open, and let them dry out overnight in my cracked oven door. Once they’re super dry, it is time for assembly!

You’ll brush on a rummy simple syrup mixture to soak into the bread and impart it with so much flavor. Then, you’ll fill the croissants with the easy almond filling – a mixture consisting of almond meal, vanilla and almond extracts, eggs, and butter. Spread this mixture liberally on one half of the croissant, then close up the croissant onto itself and spread a little more of the mixture on top. Sprinkle some sliced almonds on top and bake until golden, sizzling, and absolutely heavenly! Your kitchen is about to smell AMAZING.

Just before serving, I like to garnish these with a dusting of confectioners’ sugar, but believe me, it’ll be hard not to want to shove them all in your mouth immediately after baking.


Easy Almond Croissants

These Easy Almond Croissants are out-of-this-world amazing and taste just like any bakery-style croissant but without the hefty price tag. A perfect way to use up day-old croissants, this semi-homemade recipe can’t be beat!

So with the current state of the world, a lot of people are home now which means a lot of people are cooking and baking, myself included.

But you’re a baker, you say. True, but I hardly ever make lunch or dinner for myself. It’s just me, I’m kind of a picky eater I recently realized, and I don’t want to have leftovers for a thousand years, so I usually just grab a sandwich somewhere and call it a day.

However, I’m trying to be better about eating out at restaurants all the time and use up things I already have sitting around (looking at you, old box of macaroni & cheese). Although I should say I never have old croissants lying around I inhale them before I even bring them home usually.

But, if like me, you’re having a helluva time sourcing bread or yeast, I have just the recipe for you to satisfy that carby craving without needing to whip up a loaf from scratch. These Easy Almond Croissants are a carb-lovers DREAM come true and they couldn’t be simpler to make. I bet you probably have most of the ingredients on hand, too. And since it’s usually only all-purpose flour that’s been MIA on grocery shelves, you can probably find almond meal/flour pretty easily.

These start with day-old croissants from anywhere you like – I bought a 12-count of smaller-size croissants from my grocery store’s bakery section. I simply used a serrated knife to slice them 3/4 of the way through, butterflied them open, and let them dry out overnight in my cracked oven door. Once they’re super dry, it is time for assembly!

You’ll brush on a rummy simple syrup mixture to soak into the bread and impart it with so much flavor. Then, you’ll fill the croissants with the easy almond filling – a mixture consisting of almond meal, vanilla and almond extracts, eggs, and butter. Spread this mixture liberally on one half of the croissant, then close up the croissant onto itself and spread a little more of the mixture on top. Sprinkle some sliced almonds on top and bake until golden, sizzling, and absolutely heavenly! Your kitchen is about to smell AMAZING.

Just before serving, I like to garnish these with a dusting of confectioners’ sugar, but believe me, it’ll be hard not to want to shove them all in your mouth immediately after baking.


Easy Almond Croissants

These Easy Almond Croissants are out-of-this-world amazing and taste just like any bakery-style croissant but without the hefty price tag. A perfect way to use up day-old croissants, this semi-homemade recipe can’t be beat!

So with the current state of the world, a lot of people are home now which means a lot of people are cooking and baking, myself included.

But you’re a baker, you say. True, but I hardly ever make lunch or dinner for myself. It’s just me, I’m kind of a picky eater I recently realized, and I don’t want to have leftovers for a thousand years, so I usually just grab a sandwich somewhere and call it a day.

However, I’m trying to be better about eating out at restaurants all the time and use up things I already have sitting around (looking at you, old box of macaroni & cheese). Although I should say I never have old croissants lying around I inhale them before I even bring them home usually.

But, if like me, you’re having a helluva time sourcing bread or yeast, I have just the recipe for you to satisfy that carby craving without needing to whip up a loaf from scratch. These Easy Almond Croissants are a carb-lovers DREAM come true and they couldn’t be simpler to make. I bet you probably have most of the ingredients on hand, too. And since it’s usually only all-purpose flour that’s been MIA on grocery shelves, you can probably find almond meal/flour pretty easily.

These start with day-old croissants from anywhere you like – I bought a 12-count of smaller-size croissants from my grocery store’s bakery section. I simply used a serrated knife to slice them 3/4 of the way through, butterflied them open, and let them dry out overnight in my cracked oven door. Once they’re super dry, it is time for assembly!

You’ll brush on a rummy simple syrup mixture to soak into the bread and impart it with so much flavor. Then, you’ll fill the croissants with the easy almond filling – a mixture consisting of almond meal, vanilla and almond extracts, eggs, and butter. Spread this mixture liberally on one half of the croissant, then close up the croissant onto itself and spread a little more of the mixture on top. Sprinkle some sliced almonds on top and bake until golden, sizzling, and absolutely heavenly! Your kitchen is about to smell AMAZING.

Just before serving, I like to garnish these with a dusting of confectioners’ sugar, but believe me, it’ll be hard not to want to shove them all in your mouth immediately after baking.


Easy Almond Croissants

These Easy Almond Croissants are out-of-this-world amazing and taste just like any bakery-style croissant but without the hefty price tag. A perfect way to use up day-old croissants, this semi-homemade recipe can’t be beat!

So with the current state of the world, a lot of people are home now which means a lot of people are cooking and baking, myself included.

But you’re a baker, you say. True, but I hardly ever make lunch or dinner for myself. It’s just me, I’m kind of a picky eater I recently realized, and I don’t want to have leftovers for a thousand years, so I usually just grab a sandwich somewhere and call it a day.

However, I’m trying to be better about eating out at restaurants all the time and use up things I already have sitting around (looking at you, old box of macaroni & cheese). Although I should say I never have old croissants lying around I inhale them before I even bring them home usually.

But, if like me, you’re having a helluva time sourcing bread or yeast, I have just the recipe for you to satisfy that carby craving without needing to whip up a loaf from scratch. These Easy Almond Croissants are a carb-lovers DREAM come true and they couldn’t be simpler to make. I bet you probably have most of the ingredients on hand, too. And since it’s usually only all-purpose flour that’s been MIA on grocery shelves, you can probably find almond meal/flour pretty easily.

These start with day-old croissants from anywhere you like – I bought a 12-count of smaller-size croissants from my grocery store’s bakery section. I simply used a serrated knife to slice them 3/4 of the way through, butterflied them open, and let them dry out overnight in my cracked oven door. Once they’re super dry, it is time for assembly!

You’ll brush on a rummy simple syrup mixture to soak into the bread and impart it with so much flavor. Then, you’ll fill the croissants with the easy almond filling – a mixture consisting of almond meal, vanilla and almond extracts, eggs, and butter. Spread this mixture liberally on one half of the croissant, then close up the croissant onto itself and spread a little more of the mixture on top. Sprinkle some sliced almonds on top and bake until golden, sizzling, and absolutely heavenly! Your kitchen is about to smell AMAZING.

Just before serving, I like to garnish these with a dusting of confectioners’ sugar, but believe me, it’ll be hard not to want to shove them all in your mouth immediately after baking.


Easy Almond Croissants

These Easy Almond Croissants are out-of-this-world amazing and taste just like any bakery-style croissant but without the hefty price tag. A perfect way to use up day-old croissants, this semi-homemade recipe can’t be beat!

So with the current state of the world, a lot of people are home now which means a lot of people are cooking and baking, myself included.

But you’re a baker, you say. True, but I hardly ever make lunch or dinner for myself. It’s just me, I’m kind of a picky eater I recently realized, and I don’t want to have leftovers for a thousand years, so I usually just grab a sandwich somewhere and call it a day.

However, I’m trying to be better about eating out at restaurants all the time and use up things I already have sitting around (looking at you, old box of macaroni & cheese). Although I should say I never have old croissants lying around I inhale them before I even bring them home usually.

But, if like me, you’re having a helluva time sourcing bread or yeast, I have just the recipe for you to satisfy that carby craving without needing to whip up a loaf from scratch. These Easy Almond Croissants are a carb-lovers DREAM come true and they couldn’t be simpler to make. I bet you probably have most of the ingredients on hand, too. And since it’s usually only all-purpose flour that’s been MIA on grocery shelves, you can probably find almond meal/flour pretty easily.

These start with day-old croissants from anywhere you like – I bought a 12-count of smaller-size croissants from my grocery store’s bakery section. I simply used a serrated knife to slice them 3/4 of the way through, butterflied them open, and let them dry out overnight in my cracked oven door. Once they’re super dry, it is time for assembly!

You’ll brush on a rummy simple syrup mixture to soak into the bread and impart it with so much flavor. Then, you’ll fill the croissants with the easy almond filling – a mixture consisting of almond meal, vanilla and almond extracts, eggs, and butter. Spread this mixture liberally on one half of the croissant, then close up the croissant onto itself and spread a little more of the mixture on top. Sprinkle some sliced almonds on top and bake until golden, sizzling, and absolutely heavenly! Your kitchen is about to smell AMAZING.

Just before serving, I like to garnish these with a dusting of confectioners’ sugar, but believe me, it’ll be hard not to want to shove them all in your mouth immediately after baking.


Easy Almond Croissants

These Easy Almond Croissants are out-of-this-world amazing and taste just like any bakery-style croissant but without the hefty price tag. A perfect way to use up day-old croissants, this semi-homemade recipe can’t be beat!

So with the current state of the world, a lot of people are home now which means a lot of people are cooking and baking, myself included.

But you’re a baker, you say. True, but I hardly ever make lunch or dinner for myself. It’s just me, I’m kind of a picky eater I recently realized, and I don’t want to have leftovers for a thousand years, so I usually just grab a sandwich somewhere and call it a day.

However, I’m trying to be better about eating out at restaurants all the time and use up things I already have sitting around (looking at you, old box of macaroni & cheese). Although I should say I never have old croissants lying around I inhale them before I even bring them home usually.

But, if like me, you’re having a helluva time sourcing bread or yeast, I have just the recipe for you to satisfy that carby craving without needing to whip up a loaf from scratch. These Easy Almond Croissants are a carb-lovers DREAM come true and they couldn’t be simpler to make. I bet you probably have most of the ingredients on hand, too. And since it’s usually only all-purpose flour that’s been MIA on grocery shelves, you can probably find almond meal/flour pretty easily.

These start with day-old croissants from anywhere you like – I bought a 12-count of smaller-size croissants from my grocery store’s bakery section. I simply used a serrated knife to slice them 3/4 of the way through, butterflied them open, and let them dry out overnight in my cracked oven door. Once they’re super dry, it is time for assembly!

You’ll brush on a rummy simple syrup mixture to soak into the bread and impart it with so much flavor. Then, you’ll fill the croissants with the easy almond filling – a mixture consisting of almond meal, vanilla and almond extracts, eggs, and butter. Spread this mixture liberally on one half of the croissant, then close up the croissant onto itself and spread a little more of the mixture on top. Sprinkle some sliced almonds on top and bake until golden, sizzling, and absolutely heavenly! Your kitchen is about to smell AMAZING.

Just before serving, I like to garnish these with a dusting of confectioners’ sugar, but believe me, it’ll be hard not to want to shove them all in your mouth immediately after baking.


Easy Almond Croissants

These Easy Almond Croissants are out-of-this-world amazing and taste just like any bakery-style croissant but without the hefty price tag. A perfect way to use up day-old croissants, this semi-homemade recipe can’t be beat!

So with the current state of the world, a lot of people are home now which means a lot of people are cooking and baking, myself included.

But you’re a baker, you say. True, but I hardly ever make lunch or dinner for myself. It’s just me, I’m kind of a picky eater I recently realized, and I don’t want to have leftovers for a thousand years, so I usually just grab a sandwich somewhere and call it a day.

However, I’m trying to be better about eating out at restaurants all the time and use up things I already have sitting around (looking at you, old box of macaroni & cheese). Although I should say I never have old croissants lying around I inhale them before I even bring them home usually.

But, if like me, you’re having a helluva time sourcing bread or yeast, I have just the recipe for you to satisfy that carby craving without needing to whip up a loaf from scratch. These Easy Almond Croissants are a carb-lovers DREAM come true and they couldn’t be simpler to make. I bet you probably have most of the ingredients on hand, too. And since it’s usually only all-purpose flour that’s been MIA on grocery shelves, you can probably find almond meal/flour pretty easily.

These start with day-old croissants from anywhere you like – I bought a 12-count of smaller-size croissants from my grocery store’s bakery section. I simply used a serrated knife to slice them 3/4 of the way through, butterflied them open, and let them dry out overnight in my cracked oven door. Once they’re super dry, it is time for assembly!

You’ll brush on a rummy simple syrup mixture to soak into the bread and impart it with so much flavor. Then, you’ll fill the croissants with the easy almond filling – a mixture consisting of almond meal, vanilla and almond extracts, eggs, and butter. Spread this mixture liberally on one half of the croissant, then close up the croissant onto itself and spread a little more of the mixture on top. Sprinkle some sliced almonds on top and bake until golden, sizzling, and absolutely heavenly! Your kitchen is about to smell AMAZING.

Just before serving, I like to garnish these with a dusting of confectioners’ sugar, but believe me, it’ll be hard not to want to shove them all in your mouth immediately after baking.