This Easiest Brioche Bread is so airy and flaky that it literally melts in your mouth. It works perfect for jelly sandwiches or French toast.
Brioche Bread is actually very simple to make. Most of the time spent in this recipe is waiting for the dough to rest and rise, but the end result feels very rewarding.
The dough consistency might vary depending on the brand of flour you use. If it's extremely sticky, add a little more flour. This dough recipe is very forgiving; it would be hard to mess it up.
What is Brioche?
Brioche is a French yeast bread with high amount of eggs and butter. This combination makes the bread yellow light and fluffy on the inside, and golden brown on the outside.
Brioche comes in many different shapes, but most commonly you'll see the bread made into a braid.
Brioche buns are great for when you are hosting brunch or if you just prefer to have small personalized breads. You can divide the dough into equal size pieces and place them next to each other on a baking sheet.
Can You Freeze the Brioche Bread?
Brioche bread can be easily frozen for up to a month. Best way to keep it fresh is by wrapping it tight with a plastic wrap. Thaw to room temperature before serving.