BreadTalk has been baking tasty treats to satisfy hungry bread lovers for over 12 years. The chefs at this home-grown boutique bakery are always coming up with new innovation and interesting bread creations. Some of the favourites might have been removed from the shelves to give way to the new creations.
To rekindle your love for the bread you might be missing, BreadTalk is bringing six of their all-time favourites bread pieces back to the shelves (and to our tummies). These six selected items are all priced at $1.60 and below. So don’t hold back, delight yourselves in the savoury goodness that you once held dear and miss, and pass on the goodness to others.
Raisin Braid ($1.50)
Generously seasoned with delicious plump raisins, this beautiful basic bun braid is a simple yet enjoyable sweet homely treat for snacking or sharing at picnics.
In A Nutshell ($1.50)
For peanut butter fans, this crowd pleaser stars the peanut in two forms – grated and as a cream filling. The grated peanut gives texture to the otherwise indulgent filling that is housed within a soft, fluffy ‘shell’.
Bacon Cheese ($1.50)
This addictive creation features the pairing of cheese and bacon. The rich flavour of bacon seeps through the bread and is enhanced by the generous layer of cheese that melts in your mouth, when it’s served warm.
Wholemeal Walnut Raisin ($1.60)
The malty flavour of wholemeal dough meets the natural sweetness of raisins. The light toasty crunch of walnuts completes the harmonious union of taste and texture.
Wholemeal Cranberry ($1.50)
Enjoy this homey recipe of dried cranberries with a touch of tanginess to the rugged flavour and texture of the wholesome wheat bun. Ideal to go with a cup of warm tea for breakfast, brunch or tea-time.
Chaipology stars the notable ingredient, Chai Po or preserved turnip, that is common in Teochew dishes. Packed with spicy chilli paste, this simple and naturally salted bun is sure to give you a kick!
These six all-time favourites are now available at all BreadTalk outlets in Singapore.
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