Preparation info

  • Serves


    , depending how greedy you feel
    • Difficulty


Appears in

The Mountain Cafe Cookbook

The Mountain Cafe Cookbook

By Kirsten Gilmour

Published 2017

  • About

My first experience of brioche was in Paris on my thirtieth birthday. On the search for a birthday treat I came out of a patisserie with a huge buttery, sexy brioche. It was so good I think I ate one every day for the rest of the trip. I love this loaf as it’s a great sharing breakfast treat – it works amazingly well with sweetened cream cheese and rhubarb compote.

  • Brioche does take time. You will need to get started the day before you want to eat it – the doug