"Croirkes" or semi-homemade tebirkes

Cleaning out the fridge sometimes turns out in challenging your creativity, trying to find a way to use that last bit of cheese, a handful of grains or in my case, a package of ready to bake croissants. I had already had breakfast, so I quickly searched for the recipe for the danish pastry called tebirkes and decided to just replace the dough with the croissants one. The result was simply delicious.

S E M I - H O M E M A D E   T E B I R K E S

Set the oven to 200°, or what it says on the container. Mix together 50 g room temperatured butter, 40 g coconut sugar and 1 tsp with a fork. Open the container with croissant dough, and separate the dough squares without separating the actual triangle shapes. Roll out the dough as thin as possible. Spread the butter mix evenly. Fold 3-4 times. Cut into pieces according to your desire. Brush with a quickly whisked egg and drizzle poppy seeds on the top. Bake for 10-12 minutes, or what it says on the container. Enjoy!

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