Talk

Advanced search

I have slightly stale choc chip brioche rolls-what can I make?

(11 Posts)
schroeder Mon 10-Jan-11 16:21:22

I have 4 and I don't want to chuck them is there something I could make them into for pudding?

I also have bananas, milk, eggs, custard, greek yoghurt, sugar, chocolate sauce and loads of other stuff. There must be a recipe out there somewhere.

nikki1978 Mon 10-Jan-11 16:22:12

Some sort of bread and butter pudding style thing?

nikki1978 Mon 10-Jan-11 16:23:18

uktv.co.uk/food/recipe/aid/513323

MmeLindt Mon 10-Jan-11 16:24:37

Trifle!

SeriousWispaHabit Mon 10-Jan-11 16:24:37

There is a Nigella recipe for brioche orange bread and butter pudding. Could slightly adapt it. I use more custard than she does and leave it to soak a bit longer. It is very good.

http://www.nigella.com/recipes/view/orange-scented -brioche-pudding-139

SeriousWispaHabit Mon 10-Jan-11 16:25:12

erm... sorry

www.nigella.com/recipes/view/orange-scented-brioch e-pudding-139

GoldFrakkincenseAndMyrrh Mon 10-Jan-11 16:25:46

Chocolate brioches and butter pudding. Like bread and butter pudding but better!

You could always just microwave them for 20 seconds and hey presto they wll be fresh again[smiale].

schroeder Mon 10-Jan-11 16:28:21

MM some kind of trifle sounds good, I'm not really a fan of bread and butter pudding, but the dcs might eat it.

How would that trifle go? something like cut up bananas and brioche in the dish with chocolate sauce and custard on top maybe some grated chocolate on topsmile

MmeLindt Mon 10-Jan-11 16:47:36

Your bananas might go a bit soggy, but if you layer it just before you eat it it could work. Sounds yummy

MmeLindt Mon 10-Jan-11 16:48:52

Although, you need some kind of fluid to make the brioche soft.

Um.

Orange jelly? With mandarine segments if you have any. Would that work?

Join the discussion

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now