Find recipes for homemade brioche - a luxurious French bread made with yeast, butter and eggs. Or try adding some chocolate chips or dried fruit for a more modern version. Any leftover brioche works great for bread pudding!
There's nothing quite like home-baked fresh brioche! The sweet dough is enriched with butter and eggs, allowed to prove overnight, shaped and then baked. Enjoy as is or with lashings of jam and butter.
Treat yourself, or someone special, to a French breakfast by serving these gorgeous little brioche rolls with jam. The dough is wet and sticky so an electric food mixer makes the task of kneading much easier than if you try to work with your hands. Bake them in a brioche or muffin tin so they look authentic. Follow the extra step of placing a small ball of dough on top before baking to get that special shape. If you prefer to make a loaf, follow the instructions in the footnote.
Treat yourself to a continental breakfast with this rich, buttery brioche bread packed with chocolate chips. The kids love it and the adults won't complain!
Make it easier by starting the dough in the bread machine, then roll it out and shape it into a plaited loaf or small rolls.
A brioche ready in less than two hours - yes, it is possible! I make this brioche for afternoon tea and if any remains have it for breakfast the next morning, but that almost never happens!
This foolproof brioche recipe is the only one you'll ever need. Get the method for making brioche rolls or loaves, and choose to use your stand mixer or good old fashioned elbow grease!
Brioche made simple... I let my bread machine knead the dough, then I make the plait and leave it to rise all afternoon. My boys are crazy about it!
This brioche is made in the classic loaf shape, with 'leaves' that you pull apart by hand. The buttery brioche dough is sandwiched with a mixture of lemon zest and cardamom infused sugar, for something deliciously different and festive.
If you've never tasted Algerian bread, then you should definitely give this very easy recipe a try. Known as Khobz el Dar, it requires no kneading, no special techniques and only basic ingredients. The result is an incredibly soft bread, slightly sweet, that tastes like brioche. Absolutely delicious.