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Vegan brioche bread – fluffy and soft

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In a few days it is Easter again.

Do you already have plans and you just do not know what to make for a mid afternoon snack? For tea or coffee time? Then just make this delicious, fluffy brioche bread. The recipe can be found below. Or take a look at my apricot pudding cupcakes or the cookies from Vegans First.

veganer hefezopf, vegan brioche bread

I like to dunk a piece of brioche in warm cocoa. How do you like to eat such a bread?

 

I wish everyone Happy Easter already and a great time wirh you beloved ones. Enjoy the holiday.

veganer hefezopf, vegan brioche bread

Show me your brioche braid and tag me with @veeatcookbake and #veeatcookbake. I will not miss any of your photos. Cannot wait to see all of them. 🙂

Fluffy brioche bread - vegan, dairyfree, eggfree
 
Try this delicious vegan recipe for a fluffy brioche bread.
Author:
Recipe type: cake, bread
Cuisine: vegan, dairyfree, eggfree, plantbased
Serves: 1 bread
Ingredients
  • 550 g flour (here you can take spelt, wheat, wholemeal or excerpt flour) The more wholegrain the harder the dough.
  • 60 g of raw cane sugar, coconut sugar
  • 300 ml of plant milk (soy or almond), I like to use soy in such things)
  • 30 g of olive oil
  • 3 tb Auquafaba
  • 1 pck. active dry yeast
  • 1 pinch of turmeric
  • For brushing 2 tbsp Auquafaba
Instructions
  1. Put all ingredients in a mixing bowl. It's best to use a stand mixer. The dough should be kneaded for at least 15 minutes.
  2. If the dough is too firm, add some milk slowly
  3. If the dough is too moist, add some flour. The amount of milk may vary slightly depending on the flour you use.
  4. Cover the bowl with a kitchen towel and let the dough go for at least 1 hour. Knead vigorously once every 20 minutes, preferably by hand.
  5. After the hour, preheat the oven to 180 ° C convection.
  6. Knead the dough again with your hand and cut off three equal parts. Form long lines and weave a braid. You can give the braid on a baking pan or bake it like that.
  7. Before you put the braid in the oven. Let it stand covered for 30 min.
  8. Brush with Aquafabe and place in the oven.
  9. After 30 minutes, you can see if the brioche bread has enough color. Otherwise simply bake longer, until it has the desired tanning.
  10. Enjoy the meal.

 

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12 comments

  1. veeatcookbake

    Danke meine Liebe. Freut mich, dass er dir so gut geschmeckt hat 🙂

  2. Patricia

    Jasmin, vielen Dank für dieses geniale Rezept. Das war bisher der beste und fluffigste Hefezopf, den ich ausprobiert habe! Er ist gigantisch aufgegangen und hat fast das ganze Backblech ausgefüllt 😍
    Freu mich auf weitere tolle Rezepte von dir!
    Patricia

  3. veeatcookbake

    Let me know how you like it. 🙂 Homemade bread is so much better than the store bought. 🙂

  4. Linda from Veganosity

    I haven’t made bread is so long, and I’ve never made brioche. Thanks for the inspiration and wonderful recipe, I think I’ll make it for Easter.

  5. veeatcookbake

    Thank you so much Nicole

  6. Nicole Dawson

    You are so right…it is so fluffy!

  7. veeatcookbake

    So delicious 🙂

  8. veeatcookbake

    You are so right 🙂

  9. veeatcookbake

    thank you Trinity

  10. Trinity Bourne

    Oh my goodness – this looks amazing! Very ingenious way to use these ingredients for this. Yummy!

  11. Jenn

    Is there anything better than homemade bread? Maybe the smell of homemade bread! This looks so fluffy and amazing!

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