Easy, no fuss BUTTERFINGER® Croissants!
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Happy weekend everyone! Can you believe that Daylight Savings is tomorrow, Spring is a week away and Easter is two weeks away! Man this year is flying by so quickly!
I have to start planning my Easter menu and fast or it is going to sneak up on me for sure!
Lucky for me I have already started to buy my Easter candy. I headed to my local Walmart to see what they had in stock and I picked up some pretty nice treats while I was there. My 4 year old was ready for me to buy baskets and everything else but all I wanted to get was the candy! I love all of the seasonal items you can get this time of year such as the BUTTERFINGER® Cup Eggs 6pk and BUTTERFINGER® NestEggs, I feel pretty good about picking these up because all BUTTERFINGER® products contain no artificial colors and flavors, added colors from natural sources.
Now to make these croissants all you need are two ingredients. Puff pastry and candy! It is that simple! Quick kitchen hack I want to share with you: When you go to lay out your puff pastry take it out of the packaging. Wrap it with parchment paper the size of your baking sheet. Then when you are ready to use it, open the parchment paper and roll the puff pastry right on top of it. Then after you finish cutting your pastry, adding your filling and rolling into croissants you can use the same piece of parchment paper to line your baking sheet when it is time to bake! So easy to do and you only need to use one sheet! It also makes less mess on your counter top!
- BUTTERFINGER® Cup Eggs 6pk, halved
- 1 sheet puff pastry thawed according to directions
- Preheat oven to 415 degrees.
- Roll out your pastry and cut into triangles.
- Place a half of BUTTERFINGER® Cup Egg on the long end of each pastry.
- Roll and tuck starting from the long end to the short end.
- Bake for 15 minutes or until golden brown.
- Serve and ENJOY!
You can use the whole egg for each croissant, but you may have some of the egg melt out of the croissant during the baking process.
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