Brioche Toast with Strawberries, Almond Butter + Honey is the best way to use up leftover Brioche. Top that indulgent bread with protein rich almond butter and vitamin packed strawberries for a breakfast that will fill you up and make you happy.
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GET THE RECIPE I USED TO MAKE THIS BRIOCHE IN MY “7 EASY HOMEMADE BREAD RECIPES” POST!
I recently challenged myself to a week of homemade breads. I made a new bread from scratch every day for seven days. So, as you can imagine, we had a lot of bread lying around.
With the leftover Brioche, I knew I wanted to do something delicious and easy that I could share with you guys. Brioche is a very rich and heavy bread. It has a lot of butter and eggs in it – it’s almost like a cake, but not sweet and not as crumbly.
My newest obsession is raw almond butter. I get THIS ONE from Trader Joe’s. So, I slathered a piece of Brioche toast with a bunch of it, layered on sliced, sweet, bright red strawberries, drizzled honey over it and had a breakfast to remember.
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After taking the pictures I had the idea to sprinkle the top with Raw Shelled Hemp Seeds, which I LOVE and put on pretty much everything. They are a powerhouse of goodness. There’s more protein and omegas, and less carbs, in the same serving of Hemp Seeds than there is Chia seeds or Flax seeds. It’s especially good on oatmeal because of the nutty flavor. This kind from Manitoba Harvest is really good.
I made a couple slices of this for my husband who loved it too. This Brioche Toast is really the people pleaser of toasts. You’ll be hard pressed to find someone who doesn’t like this for breakfast. Or any time of day! It makes a great snack, too.
HAVE YOU EVER HAD BRIOCHE? TELL ME WHAT YOU THINK OF IT IN THE COMMENTS!
GET THE RECIPE I USED FOR THIS BRIOCHE IN MY “7 EASY HOMEMADE BREAD RECIPES” POST.
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