Continuing my recent hobby of making recipes I have had sitting around for ages I decided to pull out this yummy looking gem. This recipe for Baby Chocolate Brioche comes compliments of The Kitchn again. If you haven’t discovered The Kitchn I highly recommend it as I use it a lot for finding inspiration for recipes.
I love baking bread. It takes me back to when my dad used to make bread at home. He was lactose intolerant and since the bread we normally bought for home had milk in it, he made his own. It would fill the house with such an amazing smell; I sometimes think it is what inspired my passion for baking. I was happy when he would decide to make a tray of buns. I would sneak into the kitchen to quickly snatch one and smear it generously with nutella. Devouring those yummy warm buns in front of the TV as I watched after-school cartoons is one of my favorite childhood memories.
These buns are relatively simple and I highly recommend devouring them within a day as they dry out pretty quickly and lose their supple texture. Oh and they are obviously best when the buns are a little warm, because the chocolate is soft and luscious. I didn’t have any fancier chocolate on hand so I just used some baker’s chocolate that I chopped up into 1/4 oz pieces and the brioche still turned out delicious.
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