I know what I’m having for breakfast on Christmas day, do you? The routine in our house has always been Eggs Royale, with a generous serving of Buck’s Fizz. This year Paul Hollywood’s Ready to Bake bread rolls are making a welcome addition to our Christmas breakfast.
Mr W and I were sent some Paul Hollywood Ready to Bake Rolls to try out and we thought that a run through of Christmas breakfast would be the best way to try them out. We popped some of the crusty rolls into the oven and I rustled up some scrambled eggs. We decided to spoil ourselves with some Lapsang Souchong smoked salmon from Waitrose to go with, although for once I didn’t jump for the Hollandaise sauce as the smoked salmon as so delicately flavoured I did not want to spoil it!
The rolls were crusty on the outside and super soft on the inside, eating them whilst warm was a wonderful treat too. They really did taste like they are homemade and I can definitely recommend them with soup or for a bacon butty too. The rolls come in three kinds- flour dusted wheatsheaf crusty rolls, mixed pack of poppy and sesame seed topped rolls and a mixed pack of multiseed (linseed, sunflower, millet and sesame seeds) rolls. The rolls are presented in clever packaging to deliver a freshness that doesn’t rely on the addition of any preservatives or additives and all of the packs are available from £1.49 in Waitrose, Tesco, Ocado and Budgens stores. They’re definitely worth trying out (I noticed they were on offer in Tesco yesterday!)
I am going to sign off this post with a good bye until mid-January. You can still follow me on social media (links below), but sadly/annoyingly/grumpily/etc I need to focus on my PhD viva, which is imminent. Have a wonderful Christmas and a lovely new year. Hopefully next time I blog I’ll be signing off my posts as Dr Pond!
Happy Christmas 🙂
P.S. * I received the Paul Hollywood Ready to Bake Rolls to try out, as ever all opinions are my own.