Tebirkes

2 December 2016 by Hazel

Eaten in the morning, fresh out of the oven, tebirkes are made from buttery puff pastry, spread with egg and sugar and sprinkled with poppy seeds (or "birkes"). In Jylland, they are sometimes referred to as "Københavnerbirkes" - pastries eaten by the Copenhageners!

thehazertazer at Feelgood Bakery, madaboutcopenhagen
thehazertazer at Feelgood Bakery, madaboutcopenhagen

Feelgood Bakery

The softest, stickiest, most perfect tebirkes around. And they're even gluten free! We keep asking the amazing ladies of @thefeelgoodbakery for the recipe, but they're keeping quiet about this one!


thehazertazer at Det Rene Brød, madaboutcopenhagen
thehazertazer at Det Rene Brød, madaboutcopenhagen

Det Rene Brød

So good it shouldn't be allowed, says @thehazertazer, enjoying a few too many tebirkes from @detrenebroed176.


lilyrose at Atelier September, madaboutcopenhagen
lilyrose at Atelier September, madaboutcopenhagen

Atelier September

The city's best granola, a beautifully soft tebirkes and a coupla bowls of swirly coffee - photographed by @lilyrose.


thehazertazer at Wulff & Konstali, madaboutcopenhagen
thehazertazer at Wulff & Konstali, madaboutcopenhagen

Wulff & Konstali

A thick and crispy kind of tebirkes full of poppy seeds, at @wulffogkonstali.


onpopfood at Meyers Bageri, madaboutcopenhagen
onpopfood at Meyers Bageri, madaboutcopenhagen

Meyers Bageri

Look at those layers! A neat little one from Meyers Bageri, photographed by @onpopfood.

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