Speciality Breads have released a fantastic range of new breads suitable for all diets by releasing plant-based versions of existing products. These include a range of brioche breads, fruited and cranberry teacakes and both of their popular American buns, the Tennessee and Alabama. All plant-based and all delicious.
As the breads have been designed for all diets, not just vegan, they took many months to develop as it was essential the flavours and colours were as close to the original products as possible. The teacakes are a stand-out product by themselves. The brioche and American buns are both excellent bases to hold big flavours. With a wide range of buns and loaves available they’re suitable for all dishes from canapés to starters, all the way through to desserts.
Like traditional brioche, Speciality Breads plant-based brioche has been designed to complement sweet and savoury dishes. The loaves are ideal for thinly slicing, toasting and serving with pâté. The buns are great for a hearty burger or used in a dessert.
The teacakes are the perfect sweet treat. They could be served as part of an afternoon tea or used to make a twist on the classic bread and butter pudding.
Speciality Breads American buns are ideal for all things BBQ. They have a strong crumb structure so will absorb all the sauces and juices from BBQ classics like pulled pork or brisket without collapsing.
To put the brioche buns to the test Speciality Breads sent them to Nation Burger Chef of Year in 2020, Gareth Attwell, who gave some glowing feedback:
‘I really liked the bun. It’s a lovely size and toasted really well creating a lovely texture. It soaked up all the burger juices and sauces so well and didn’t break up at all. I also liked the colour of the bun too it had a great glaze on it and a nice rich butter colour inside.’
While the breads are suitable for almost every customer, they also benefit the environment. The butter replacement Speciality Breads have chosen has the texture, aroma and flavour of butter but a lower environmental impact. The product uses eight times less water and three times less land, so its overall environmental impact is three times lower than dairy butter. This shows how simple switches to these products make a significant difference when it comes to the environment.
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