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Homemade Brioche Bread

Homemade Brioche Bread! 🍞 Brioche is next level bread in my opinion! It’s soft, airy, and has an amazingly delicate taste, I highly recommend trying this recipe if you’ve never attempted Brioche before! I hope you enjoy :)

Homemade Brioche Bread Recipe:

Yield: 1 Loaf

Cook Time: 3-4 Hr


- 1 Tbsp Instant or Active Dry Yeast

- ¼ Cup Milk, Warmed Slightly

- 2 Tbsp Succanat Sugar or White Sugar

- 3 Eggs

- 2 ½ Cups AP Flour or Oat Flour (GF)

- 1 tsp Salt

- ½ Cup Butter or Coconut Oil

- Egg Wash: 1 Egg +1 tsp Cold Water, Whisked


1. Grease loaf pan w/ cooking spray. In a large mixing bowl, combine the yeast, milk, and sugar, until dissolved. Next, mix in the eggs.

2. Add flour and salt and knead for five minutes using a mixer w/ dough attachment or by hand. Add the butter in small pea-sized pieces and knead for an additional five minutes.

3. Place dough in a greased bowl and cover with a damp cloth. Let dough rise in a warm area until doubled in size about 1-2 hours, depending on the temperature. After rising, let dough rest in refrigerator for an hour. (This step is what creates the airy texture of Brioche)

4. Remove dough from fridge and place on a lightly floured surface.

5. Divide into five equal pieces, roll each piece into a rectangle and then roll up into a log shape. Place dough pieces into a greased loaf pan all lined up and cover with damp towel. Let rise for 15 minutes on top of oven as it preheats.

6. Preheat oven to 375F. Brush dough with egg wash before baking and bake for 30-40 minutes until golden brown.

7. Let Brioche Loaf cool before slicing into pieces on a cooling rack.


- To cut down on how long the dough needs to rise, you can always set your oven to the lowest heat setting, let it preheat, then open the oven and place the dough inside-leaving the oven open while it rises for the first ten minutes. Then you can close the oven again and let the dough proof.

- This hack is like creating a proofing box with the oven, however if the temperature is over 110 F, the yeast might be cooking before they can ferment.

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