Delifrance frozen buns

One of the thing that I like to keep in my freezer for those quickie meals is the Delifrance frozen buns and baguettes. Of course, you can easily grab them from the local bakery. Or you can try to make some with yeast, flour and your sweats. But nothing beats the freshly baked, hot buns from the oven that has been frozen to perfection by Delifrance.

I have forgotten how much 6 pieces of dinner rolls cost but it is cheap.

dinner rolls

All it takes is just 10-15 minutes at 220 deg celcius in the oven.

bun

The inside is very fluffy and soft. Put a dab of butter on it and it tastes much better than what is served by most restaurants.

prawn bisque

Dunk it in some instant prawn bisques from Tasmania (that costs RM19.99 for 1 litre, can be stored in fridge, bought from Cold Storage) and that’s lunch in a jiffy.

Post Author: Lilian

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2 thoughts on “Delifrance frozen buns

    IronEaters

    (September 30, 2007 - 11:29 am)

    the instant prawn bisques look good. however, those buns just bring back memories of those days when i was sick during my childhood times =D hence, im not a big fan on buns.

    Sweet Jasmine

    (September 30, 2007 - 3:33 pm)

    i’ve seen those frozen buns in supermarket..but don’t know how it taste..will buy some to try out ..so convenient..thks!

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