Brioche Burger Buns

wheat flour, whole eggs, sugar, canola oil, water, skimmed milk powder, yeast, natural flavoring, concentrated butter, mono and diglycerides, salt, wheat gluten, deactivated yeast, acerola extract, carotenes. contains eggs, milk and wheat. made in a facility that also processes tree nuts (hazelnut) and soy.

From the producer:

Nothing is more important to a burger than the burger patty itself. What’s next in line? That would be the bun! For something so integral, the bun shouldn’t get overlooked! So put down those plain white buns and elevate your grill game with french brioche bread buns! These little beauties aren’t strictly limited to burgers, either. Check out our recipe page to see what other sandwiches get upgraded simply by using a brioche bun! And remember, no one does french brioche bread like Bakerly!

About Bakerly:

Bakerly first began when Julien and Fabian, two “Bretons” from Northwestern France, decided to combine their efforts, talents and energy into one mission: to bring their true love of crêpes, French brioches, and traditional French pastries into households across America. Julien’s family company (the NORAC Group) has decades of experience in manufacturing delicious wholesome bakery products in France. Being half-American himself, he’s been waiting for the right time to move to the U.S. (and bring his French goodies along with him!) Fabian’s restaurant was known for making the best crêpes in all of Brittany (and arguably France!). Now that he has lived in the U.S. for over a decade, he’s ready to share his passion and knowledge in crepe-making and bakery items with the other side of the globe. Together, their goal has always been simple: To stay true to making quality bakery products that are identical to those they enjoyed as children in France.

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