Croissants with bacon and syrup: the ultimate sweet-salt combination

These bacon and syrup croissants are the ideal combination between sweet and savory, and the salt of the bacon is a match made in Culy-heaven with the sweet. And with ready-made croissant dough you can also make them lightning fast.

For this recipe it's nice if you can get some thicker slices of bacon and ask if your butcher wants to cut them a bit thicker for you

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This is how you make bacon and syrup croissants

Preheat the oven to 180 degrees (convection oven).

Cut loosen the slices of croissant dough on the seams. Lay the slices with the short side facing you and brush them with a teaspoon of syrup.

Put a slice of bacon in the length on the dough. Roll up and place on a baking tray lined with baking paper.

Brush the croissants with bacon and syrup with some of the beaten egg and slide the plate into the oven. Bake in 10 to 15 minutes until golden and brown. Dip the croissants in some extra syrup if you like.

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For 6 croissants:

  • Ready-made dough for 6 medium croissants
  • 1 egg, beaten loose
  • 6 slices of bacon, slightly thicker sliced ​​
  • 6 teaspoons of syrup + extra to Dipping

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Culy Homemade: bacon and syrup croissants