January 23, 2016

Chocolate croissants.

chocolate croissants - a floral sunset

A while ago, I had a brunch with my high school friends at my friend's home. We made a deal that we would each bring something to eat and I chose to make these little fella's. One, because they were on my to do list for quite some time and didn't get around to actually making them and two, because I had a busy weekend and didn't really have the time to make breakfast muffins or something more fancy. These chocolate croissants were the perfect solution because it's really simple and still something different than the usual croissant. Plus, you have almost no work with them! While they were baking in the oven, I could get dressed and get myself ready to leave. Win-win, I thougt! Here's how to make them yourself:


  • croissants dough (I bought mine at Albert Heijn)
    (you didn't think I was going to make this myself, were you?)
  • chocolate chips


  1. Preheat the oven to whatever temperature it says on the package of the dough.
  2. Take the dough out of the package. Mine was already divided in triangles but if that's not the case, cut the dough into triangles.
  3. At the wide part of the triangle, you put some of the chocolate chips in a row parallel to the bottom line.
  4. Fold in the triangles in the dough by rolling the dough up towards the top of the triangle.
  5. Make the typical croissant shape by curling the ends in a little bit.
  6. Put in the oven for about 10-14 minutes (but again, check what it says on the package)

What's your favorite breakfast?

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