The recipe includes the directions to make your own lemon curd, but I used some from a jar. It was on hand and I've made lemon curd before, so I remembered how labor intensive it can be. You roll out the dough into a large rectangle, topping it with the lemon curd. I used fresh blueberries to spread out over the lemony goodness, before rolling it up into a log and pinching it together to form a wreath. Once wreath shaped, you make slices every 1 1/2"-2" and nudge them in and out of the circle, to form the shape you see above. (It was 6:00 a.m. when I was doing the arranging... I wanted a photo, but there were none to be found!) It is then topped with a beaten egg and sprinkled liberally with sugar. In the oven for 35-40 minutes, it made our house smell wonderful!
The taste was even more wonderful. As I ate my third slice I realized that if I'm not careful, I could be happily eating these every day. The bucket of dough is still in my fridge... what other fun combinations could I come up with at 6:00 tomorrow morning??