Sliced French Brioche
November 6th, 2017—Fearlessly Archived—Still a fun read; price & availability may have changed.
Have you tried Trader Joe’s Sliced French Brioche? Oh, you should. This classic, braided loaf is made in France, where brioche is typically eaten as breakfast, or sometimes dessert, often with tea or coffee. It is also used for warm appetizers, or with meat, such as pâté or sausage. Our Brioche dough is rich in eggs and butter; a combination that makes it moist, buttery, and slightly sweet. Setting this Sliced French Brioche apart is its actual setting; after baking, it is packaged in a hermetically sealed environment, bestowing this bread with 10 days of shelf life – even without any artificial preservatives! It’s fresh, and it will last.
The uses for our Sliced French Brioche are only as limited as your creativity. Make some French toast in the morning. Pack some Toscano Cheese with Cinnamon between two slices for a thrilling take on grilled cheese. Make a snack of cinnamon toast. Taking advantage of the bread’s sweet nature, you might also top it with some whipped cream and sugared strawberries for a delicious, easy-to-make, no-bake shortcake.
At Trader Joe’s, super-versatility doesn’t equal super pricey. Each loaf of Trader Joe’s Sliced French Brioche is $3.99. You just won’t encounter better quality brioche at a better price. You’ll find it on our bakery racks.
Ingredients: WHEAT FLOUR (WHEAT FLOUR, WHEAT GLUTEN), EGGS, SUGAR, WATER, WHIPPED BUTTER (CREAM), CANOLA OIL, YEAST, SALT, MONO AND DIGLYCERIDES OF FATTY ACIDS, LOCUS BEAN GUM, WHEAT GLUTEN, MILK PROTEINS, CARROT EXTRACT (FOR COLOR) AND ROSEMARY EXTRACT (FOR FRESHNESS), NATURAL BUTTER FLAVOR (MILK), MALT ENZYME.
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