Farmersgirl Kitchen

Pain au Chocolat and Orange Pudding

Brioche Pasquier are a
French family bakery, founded in 1936. They use traditional recipes and
an authentic technique to create its breakfast favourites and all Brioche Pasquier brioche products are free from artificial preservatives and colours.

Their
range includes the traditional range, of Pains au Lait, Pain au
chocolat, and Croissant- everything you need for the perfect French
breakfast; and the Pitch range of individually wrapped brioche
rolls, perfect for a lunchbox treat of for snacking on the go. Pitch is
available in Chocolate, Choc Chip, Lemon, and Strawberry.

As well as being a tasty breakfast or snack, Brioche Pasquier are ideal to include in recipes.

Pain au Chocolat and Orange Pudding
75ml milk
100g dark chocolate
2 eggs
6 Brioche Pasquier Pans au Chocolat
300ml Double Cream
50g Caster Sugar
Zest of 1 Orange

  • Preheat the oven to 150C. Cut each pain au chocolat in half widthways and pack them into a ovenproof dish.
  • Add the milk, orange zest and 200ml of the cream to a saucepan and bring to the boil.
  • Add chocolate and stir until it has melted and become smooth.
  • Mix the sugar and eggs together in a bowl and pour the chocolate mixture over, whisking all the time.
  • Slowly pour mix over the pans au chocolat, allowing the custard to be absorbed before adding more.
  • Bake for 25-30 minutes or until the top is lightly crisp and the centre still wobbly.
  • Serve warm with whipped cream.
    

Since the first batch of brioche rolls were made by Gabriel Pasquier in his small village bakery in 1936, Brioche Pasquier have made over 12.5 billion brioche, same traditional recipes and an authentic process to create its breakfast favourites.  I enjoyed all the different types of brioche and would definitely use them in cooking and baking again.

I received a range of Brioche Pasquier products, I was not paid for this post and all opinions are my own.

Comments

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    Baking Addict
    May 18, 2014

    this looks amazing!! I love brioche bread and baking them into an elevated bread and butter pudding is genius. Love the combination of chocolate and orange too. yum!

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    belleau kitchen
    May 18, 2014

    Oh. My. God…. genius… I do love the sound of this so very much… brioche is so wonderful to use in pudding. Love this.

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    London Unattached
    May 18, 2014

    I love brioche bread and butter pudding – and a bit of chocolate and orange would make for something very special!

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    Jacqueline Meldrum
    May 18, 2014

    Oh Janice that look so naughty! Fabulous! We do love brioche in this house, but this takes it to a new level!

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    Choclette
    May 19, 2014

    Now that is one indulgent dessert. The inclusion of orange juice is something a bit different and sounds as though it worked really well.

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    Deena Kakaya
    May 19, 2014

    Look at that crisp topping! I'm sure of gives wAy to fluffy naughtiness in the divine measurements x

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    Ren Behan
    May 19, 2014

    Ooh tasty and just a little bit naughty – my kids love this French brand

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