Croissant wreath with blueberry jam

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Today I’ll give you a nice idea that you can all enjoy during Easter brunch or lunch. And what is also super nice to present, namely a croissant wreath with blueberry jam. And the great thing is that you only need 4 ingredients.

I got the idea when I saw the same kind of wreath on Pinterest but with a different filling. But for Easter I thought it would be fun to make a fresh and colorful version with Hero blueberry jam . This one has a nice fruity taste and contains no unnecessary additives. Try the other flavors like strawberry, raspberry or pineapple and take a look at Hero Jam Studio for more tasty ideas from other food bloggers.

hero croissant wreath

At first I thought such a wreath was very complicated to make. But fortunately that is not the case at all. Mine was in the oven within 15 minutes. In the meantime, set the Easter table with cozy plates, napkins, fresh orange juice, sandwiches and of course Easter eggs. And then enjoy a nice meal, because the croissant wreath is best when it is still slightly warm.

Tips:
Place some eggs in the center of the wreath to create an extra cozy Easter atmosphere.

It is best to serve the wreath straight from the oven to the table. But if you want to make it in advance, cover it well with aluminum foil and warm it up in the oven for a few minutes.

Recipe croissant wreath with blueberry jam

4 PERSONS

Ingredients

Hero Original blueberry jam
1 can of super croissants or extra large (refrigerated)
1 tablespoon slivered almonds
1 egg

Materials
Brush Baking tray
with baking paper

Preparation

Heat the oven to 200 degrees. Remove the croissant dough from the tin. Roll out the rolling pin and press the perforated angled seams very well to form 1 piece of dough.

Spread with a layer of blueberry jam. Then roll up along the long side. Then cut the roll in half lengthwise and flip it open with the cut side up. Then braid the 2 half pieces of dough together.

Spread with a layer of blueberry jam. Then roll up along the long side. Then cut the roll in half lengthwise and flip it open with the cut side up. Then braid the 2 half pieces of dough together.

Then twist it in a circle and fasten the ends together. Beat the egg and brush the top of the wreath with it. Sprinkle with some almond shavings and put in the oven for 15 minutes until the wreath is a nice golden brown and enjoy!

This article was created in collaboration with Hero.


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