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You can’t beat a freshly made brioche and now you can bake your own with Nutella
Nutella has launched a brioche making kit so fans of the chocolate spread can make their own breakfast treats.
With many of us working from home during lockdown, we have more time in the morning for a proper breakfast, so instead of grabbing a coffee and a breakfast pastry to go, why not try baking your own instead.
And the team at Nutella has teamed up with Bakedin to produce a simple step-by-step recipe kit that takes you through the brioche making process making you a bread-making master in no time!
VIEW THE DEAL IN FULL: Nutella brioche making kit – £9.99 (although you can get 20% off using the code Nutella20 at the checkout)
Nutella and Bakedin have come together to bring us all the homemade happiness of a delicious Brioche Baking kit.
Each kit contains
- Strong White Flour
- Flour for dusting
- Salt & Granulated Sugar
- 1 x 200g jar of Nutella
The kit makes 12 rich and fluffy brioche buns and includes a jar of Nutella to add a tasty touch on each bun- a new way to share and enjoy your favourite chocolate hazelnut spread!
VIEW THE NUTELLA BAKEDIN BRIOCHE MAKING KIT HERE
The Brioche Baking kit is perfect for a special breakfast or brunch, and if you’re looking for things to do with the kids over half-term.
James Stewart, marketing director at Nutella UK says of the new kit, “Since March, there has been a surge in home-baking, and we know that our fans are always looking at ways that they can create a new recipe that includes their favourite spread.
“That’s why we are excited to work with Bakedin and their experts to launch the new Nutella Brioche Baking Kit. We know some recipes taste better when they are prepared together, so housemates, partners and families can have fun making the brioche buns while knowing that it will bring that delicious tasty touch that they love.”
We’ve all had a go at baking banana bread, buns and gone pumpkin picking, so why not give brioche making a go – you never know, you might impress yourself.
They want to see your baking creations, so you can share your brioche with nutella using #NutellaxBakedin