Have you ever had leftover egg yolks after cooking?
Lately I’ve been experimenting with different macaron recipes. They’re a fun, tricky cookie to master, and they require several egg whites for whipping into a meringue. I love the challenge, and I love the endless possibilities and flavor varieties.
But after I’ve finished making cookies, I end up with leftover egg yolks. And the best way to use up those yolks is with brioche.
This week’s bread recipe is a beginner brioche sandwich bread. It’s soft and fluffy thanks to egg yolks, and it makes the perfect base for French toast.
Make More Than Just Bread
Of course, you don’t have to make bread out of my latest recipe. If you don’t feel like shaping the dough into a loaf, you can just separate them into rolls. Or if you want to make your dough pieces a little bigger, you can turn the Brioche into some tasty burger buns.
I provide step-by-step instructions along with photos so even beginning bakers can follow along. I’m a visual learner, so the extra information helps me master a recipe that much faster. But if you’re already a pro, I also have a section dedicated to just the recipe, so you can skip the extra content and get straight to baking.
Just hop on over to my bread blog BreadbytheHour.com and give the recipe a try. It might be your next family favorite.
Did You Try It?
If you do end up trying my brioche sandwich bread recipe, could you take a few moments to leave a comment or a star rating? Your feedback helps me improve. A suggestion from you could make the difference between an okay recipe and a fantastic one, so don’t feel shy.
Feel free to share your stories, too. If you struggled with a particular section, or if your bread came out as dreamy as you hoped, let me know. I love hearing from my readers and it makes my day knowing that a recipe I created made a difference in someone’s life, no matter how small. You can always send me a message through my contact me page, and I’ll do my best to answer quickly.