Low on ideas for what to do with your Christmas leftovers? Give them a delicious Parisian spin with these simple St Pierre recipe ideas using brioche.
“The best thing about Christmas dinner is all the leftover food , especially if you can turn it into a Parisian feast with deliciously creative takes on the classics.“
What to do with leftover brioche buns
In the spirit of reducing food waste and embracing culinary creativity, let’s talk about what you can do with those leftover brioche buns (or brioche based products in general) from your holiday celebrations. Brioche, with tit’s one of kind rich and buttery texture, deserve a second chance to shine, even after the main event has passed. Instead of letting them go to waste, let’s explore some ideas on how to recycle and repurpose these delightful treats.
Food waste is a significant issue that affects not only our wallets but also the environment. According to statistics, a significant portion of food waste comes from our homes. By finding innovative ways to repurpose leftover ingredients, like brioche buns, we can contribute to minimizing food waste and make a positive impact on our planet.
Brioche buns are incredibly versatile and lend themselves well to a variety of delicious creations. Here are a few ideas to get your culinary imagination flowing:
- French Toast: Transform your leftover brioche buns into a decadent breakfast or brunch treat by turning them into French toast. Soak the buns in a mixture of eggs, milk, and spices, then cook them on a griddle until golden and crispy. Serve with your favorite toppings, such as fresh berries, syrup, or a dusting of powdered sugar.
- Bread Pudding: Brioche’s buttery nature makes it an excellent choice for bread pudding. Tear the buns into pieces, soak them in a custard mixture, and bake until the top is golden and the inside is lusciously moist. Add your favorite mix-ins, such as chocolate chips, dried fruits, or nuts, to elevate the flavors. Additionnaly, check-out this mind blowing Bread & Butter Pudding recipe we’ve conceived with our decadent Chocolate Chip Brioche Loaf.
- Croutons and Bread Crumbs: Slice your brioche buns into cubes and bake them until crispy to create flavorful croutons. Sprinkle them over salads or soups for an added crunch. Alternatively, pulse the buns in a food processor to create homemade bread crumbs, perfect for coating meats or adding to your favorite recipes.
Recycling your leftover brioche buns not only reduces food waste but also allows you to unleash your culinary creativity. Experiment with different flavors, textures, and ingredients to create unique dishes that showcase the versatility of this delightful bread.
By repurposing your leftover brioche buns, you can contribute to reducing food waste and explore new culinary horizons. The possibilities are endless, and we’ve gathered a collection of inventive recipes to inspire you. So, let’s dive in and discover the exciting ways you can bring new life to your Christmas leftovers and brioche products.
Christmas Turkey & Stuffing Leftovers Brioche Burgers Recipe
Give your Christmas leftovers a touch of French sophistication with this turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce burger. Sandwiched between our Brioche Burger Buns, they’ll make your leftovers a Parisian treat.
Christmas Leftover Turkey & Stuffing Brioche Burgers
Add a Parisian twist to your leftover Turkey and stuffing from Christmas with our recipe for a leftover turkey and stuffing brioche burger.View recipe
Christmas Leftovers Turkey, Brie & Cranberry Toasties Recipe
Add a touch of Paris to your Christmas lunches with our Turkey, Brie and Cranberry Brioche Grilled Cheese. With turkey and cranberry sauce for that festive taste, and brie and brioche – using our Sliced Brioche Loaf – for that French touch, it’s cozy, comforting and oh so good.
Turkey Leftovers Sliders Christmas Recipe
Add some Parisian flair to your leftovers with these Brioche Turkey Sliders.
Combining all the flavors of Christmas dinner with some melted gouda, greens (we recommend spinach) and the light sweetness of our Brioche Sliders, they’ll make you look forward to the day after.
Christmas Leftovers Stackers Sandwiches Recipe
These Leftover Sandwich Stackers are filled with festive flavors and are perfect as a quick bite or a Christmas party snack. Crispy bacon, blue cheese and leftover turkey all layered inside slices of our soft Brioche Loaf, no matter how you serve them, these stackers will tickle your festive taste buds.
Christmas Leftovers Dinner Buns Recipe
Don’t let your Christmas dinner leftovers go to waste! Introducing our Leftovers Christmas Dinner Buns recipe, a delicious and creative way to enjoy the remnants of your festive feast. With a combination of savory turkey, flavorful vegetables, and a tangy cranberry sauce, these buns are bursting with festive flavors. Perfectly nestled between lightly toasted St Pierre Brioche Buns, each bite will transport you back to the joyous holiday season. Follow these simple steps to transform your leftovers into a mouthwatering delight that will have your taste buds dancing.
Christmas Leftover Grilled Ham & Cheese Sandwiches Recipe
Transform your Christmas leftovers into a delectable treat with our Grilled Ham & Cheese Sandwiches.
Using our St Pierre Brioche Loaf as the foundation, this recipe takes your leftover grilled ham to new heights. Indulge in the perfect combination of melted cheese, savory ham, and golden-brown brioche slices.
Click on the link to follow the simple steps to create a mouthwatering delight that will have your taste buds rejoicing. Get ready to savor the flavors of the holiday season with every bite.
Leftover Grilled Ham & Cheese Sandwiches
A delicious way to use up food from Christmas, these festive sandwiches bring together leftover ham and St Pierre brioche in a magnifique savory dish.View recipe
We hope you enjoy our recipe ideas and wish you a Merry Christmas! Find out where you can buy your St Pierre products to make your Christmas leftover recipes using our Where to Buy page. If you do try out one of our recipes, make sure you tag @stpierreusa in your creations on Instagram and Facebook.