9 Ways To Use Your Leftover Brioche Bread. If You Haven’t Eaten Them Already!
With none of the humility of ordinary bread, brioche is known as a Viennoiserie — a French pastry like the croissant – that sits somewhere in between a boulangerie (bread bakery) and a patisserie (cake bakery) product.
In other words, it is versatile, sinfully flavorful, and can be used to prepare almost anything that calls for a great bread.
Put a dollop of jam into a brioche bun, and it’s breakfast. Use ham-and-cheese, and it’s a sandwich lunch. Eat them as rolls to accompany a hearty soup or a beef roast, and it’s dinner.
At Schwartz Brothers Bakery, we are particularly proud of the made-from-scratch brioches we bake with yeasted dough and plenty of butter, milk and eggs. (Click HERE to find your nearest outlet that stocks our products.)
A question we often get from our brioche fans is what they could do with leftover brioche, if they happen to have more than they need.
The answer is quite exciting because there are lots of ways you can use leftover brioche to prepare delicious savories and sweets that you haven’t tried before.
Below, we’re giving you nine of our favorite recipes that can use leftover brioche – and taste three times better because of the amazing richness of this quasi-pastry bread.
Try them, and tell us what you think! And do share your own leftover brioche recipes with us, if you have any.
We’d love to know!