Bostock is a crunchy, old-fashioned breakfast pastry, the happy offspring of French toast, and an almond croissant. It's rumored to have its roots in Normandy. Bostock was created as a way of using up day-old brioche. It’s popular and easy to find in France. The brioche is soaked in syrup or spread with marmalade, smeared generously with an almond cream (or even a frangipane), then baked until it’s crispy on top, soft in the center, and irresistibly delicious throughout. We’ve upgraded this French classic by replacing the marmalade by our creamy Nutolade. Think of bostock as the ultimate French toast you’ve been missing all your life. Some people call it the Beyonce of French toast.
Typical pastry from Normandy region in France, often eaten for breakfast.
Shelf life: 1 week.
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