Cannelé Bun

Cannelé Bun recipe

27 Jun 2019

Recipe
Puraslim

The cannelé bun is inspired by the shape of a cannelé; a famous patisserie dessert from Bordeaux. Here it’s given a completely new appearance by making it with a brioche dough and chocolate hazelnut filling. This delicious sweet snack will delight you on-the-go.

Ingredients

Dough

 
  • Tegral Brioche Moelleuse (Puraslim) - 1000g 
  • Water - 300g 
  • Eggs - 260g 
  • Fresh yeast - 30g 

TOTAL DOUGH 1590g

Filling

 

  • Cremfil Ultim Q.S.

Decoration

 

  • Harmony Sublimo Q.S. 
  • Grated Coconut Q.S.

Working method

Author: Frédéric Bianchi

  • Country: France 
  • Specialty: Traditional French baguette, brioche, croissant, salty pastry 
  • Motto as a baker: “Love does not count the cost”

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