This is the authentic honey butter croissant recipe from Hop's restaurants. Their croissants were my favorite part of the meal!
Author: Eva Bakes
1batchcroissantshomemade or store-bought
Downey's Honey butter saucesold at Amazon, Wegman's and Shop-Rite; homemade version is below
Homemade honey butter sauce
Prepare croissants according to the manufacturer's instructions, or make your own.
Mix the powdered sugar, butter and honey together. Drizzle on top of the prepared croissants and enjoy.
The recipe above makes a lot of honey butter. I used 4 tablespoons of each (powdered sugar, butter and honey). I melted the butter in the microwave and stirred in the remaining ingredients and still had a ton left over. If you are using store-bought refrigerated crescent rolls, you will only need a little bit of the sauce. I’d recommend using either 1 tablespoon of each ingredient above or 2 tablespoons. The left over honey butter sauce can be either put back in the refrigerator or left on the countertop for a few days. Top on bread, pastries, fruit or muffins.Source: Hop's restaurants (email from their corporate headquarters); honey butter sauce from Beth's Favorite Recipes