Trader Joe’s Brioche Bread, Sliced


This Trader Joe’s brioche bread is fluffy, moist and rich tasting, made with lots of butter and eggs. I love making french toast with his for a super indulgent breakfast. I also like melting even more butter in a pan and making a grilled cheese with crispy brioche bread. Of course you can also just sneak a slice right out of the bag and enjoy the moist fluffiness of it by itself. This is made in France and according to Trader Joe’s Fearless Flyer, stays good for about 10 days on the shelf. So you may not want to eat this when you are looking for a low calorie, low fat bread, but when you are looking to indulge, I highly recommend giving this a shot………….

  • 160 calories per slice
  • Net Weight: 17.6 oz
  • Perfect for french toast, croque monsieurs or monte cristos

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Trader Joe’s French Brioche Bread


It’s hard to go wrong with brioche bread since the main ingredients are usually butter and eggs, but I think the added vegetable shortening contributes to the super buttery rich texture and taste. What is everyone’s favorite recipe to make with this delicious sliced brioche? I know that there are some Asian milk breads that taste pretty similar to this brioche, but I think the richness of this may set it apart. Does anyone have a go to french toast recipe they make with this bread? I usually just make a standard french toast dredge when I make it with brioche. One thing that I definitely need to start doing is topping my french toast with some ice cream or fresh fruit. I mean, what’s a little more sugar on top of sugar? Plus, this is made in France so I assume that means it’s healthy…..

Price: $3.99



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http://www.traderjoesgroceryreviews.com/trader-joes-pancake-bread/

https://www.traderjoes.com/fearless-flyer/article/5105

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