Posted: Friday, October 28, 2016 at 4:36PM EDT
Beginning of November 2016, bakerly launches a new line of products: the family line.
Brioche is a delicious and most versatile bread. It’s a bit softer and sweeter than regular bread, and packs an amazing spectrum of flavor. bakerly’s brioche is made following rigorous baking techniques that have been passed down through generations of French bakers. We have perfected this art and are excited to share the “brioche love” with you!
Like all bakerly products, our brioche is made using only premium, all natural ingredients which includes real butter, rBST-free milk, and unbleached flour. All of our lines are non-GMO and contain zero preservatives, artificial coloring or artificial flavoring. bakerly is the first line of sweet bakery snacks that you can truly feel good about eating!
bakerly’s brioche is a complete hit with the entire family. Our many varieties ensure that it can be enjoyed any time of day:
For a quick and satisfying breakfast, toast a couple of slices with butter and jam, or whip up a most impressive French toast.
No ideas for lunch? How about using brioche to re-invent the ham and cheese sandwich? Or wow the kids with the best grilled cheese sandwich they’ve ever tasted.
Pair a chocolate chip brioche roll with a latte or a hot chocolate for a delicious snack that’s light, tasty and just the right amount of sweetness without feeling too indulgent!
You can add a new twist to dinner by using our brioche rolls for hot dogs, pulled pork sandwiches or even decadent lobster rolls.
However, you decide to use our brioche, the end result is sure to be smiles all around the table!
hand-braided brioche sliced brioche soft brioche baguette brioche rolls brioche rolls with chocolate chips For any information or question please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
bakerly began when Julien and Fabian, two Bretons (from Brittany, in the North West of France) decided to combine their efforts and talents to convince American consumers that crêpes, brioches, and other traditional French products deserved a place in every American household.