Enjoy all the convenience of pre-sliced brioche bread for an easy meal and add a touch of Paris to the everyday. Toasted brioche, French toast, bread casserole, upgraded grilled cheese… unlock a world of flavour worth savouring with St Pierre’s Brioche Loaf, made with an authentic French recipe.
How to use St Pierre’s Brioche Sliced Loaf
There are so many ways to use brioche. Its light sweet taste makes it ideal for sweet dishes and savory meals alike. Brioche is made with eggs, butter and milk so it’s rich and soft without being too heavy. You can use sliced brioche in a number of classic dishes, including:
- Toast (we like ours with jam!)
- Bread casserole
- Toasted sandwiches
- Grilled cheese
- Sandwiches (club sandwiches are magnifique with brioche)
- Simply with butter… French of course!
There are many ways to use sliced brioche bread, whether you want a simple sandwich or a delicate dish with complex flavours. Brioche works equally well for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, dessert and snacks, so you really can’t go wrong.
Ready to enjoy a taste of Paris and get started with brioche? We’ve got a collection of recipes and serving ideas ready to inspire you. In our Brioche Loaf recipe collection you’ll find everything from American classics elevated by our brioche to French-inspired meals that will instantly transport you to Paris in one bite. So, what are you waiting for?
Our favourite recipes for sliced brioche bread
There are countless ways to use brioche, and while we often find ourselves smothering a slice in butter and jelly and imagining ourselves reclining avenue-side at a Paris café, we know sometimes the occasion calls for something a little more refined. Here are a few of our favourite ways to use brioche bread…
Brioche Grilled Cheese Sandwich
You can’t beat the classics. Put a French twist on a British favourite with our best Brioche Grilled Cheese recipe. We recommend using a mix of your favourite cheeses – we love cheddar, gruyère and gouda.
Sweet Brunch French Toast with Bananas and Caramel Sauce
A taste of Paris that’s oh-so-sweet, this brioche French toast recipe will be a sure-fire way to win over the crowd at your next brunch! The classic combination of bananas and caramel pair sublimely with the soft, pillowy brioche for a dish that’s sure to become a firm favourite.
What is a Bostock? The French pastry was conceived as a way of using up day-old brioche, and it’s a taste sensation! Our Nutella Bostock recipe combines nutty flavours and sweet mascarpone with crisp sliced brioche – a must-try!
Honey Roast Sprouts and Goats Cheese on Toast
- 6 slices St Pierre Brioche Loaf
- 250g sprouts, halved
- 1-2 tbsp olive oil
- Sea salt and black pepper
- 1 tbsp honey, plus extra to drizzle
- 2 tbsp roughly chopped hazelnuts
- 150-200g Goats cheese log
- ½ pomegranate (or small pot of seeds)
- Preheat the oven to 170°C fan/190°C conventional/gas 5. Heat a baking tray then add a little olive oil
- Cut the sprouts in half through the root and place onto the hot tray. Drizzle over a little more oil and season with salt and pepper
- Roast in the oven for 15-20 minutes until starting to turn golden round the edges and soften a little
- Drizzle over a tablespoon of honey and scatter over the hazelnuts then return to the oven for another 5-10 minutes until cooked to your liking
- Toast the brioche slices lightly on one side then turn over and add the sliced goats cheese
- Pop under the grill for a couple of minutes until starting to melt
- Top with the roasted sprouts and finish with some pomegranate seeds and a drizzle of honey