I'd probably just bake it as a small loaf of bread or rolls. It might bake a good crust for a dessert pizza.
Ugh. Make, not bake. Although you would have to bake it.
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I agree make rolls of some sort. Brioche rolls make wonderful slider or sandwich buns.
Make little bunnies for Easter.
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Make craquelin (the Belgian sugar and citrus zest-studded brioche rolls, not the sugar topping for cream puffs also called craquelin). They are one of my favorite breakfast treats. I haven't made them myself, but these instructions seem like they would make something like what I've eaten (http://dessertfirstgirl...) , although the ones I've eaten had lumps or broken cubes of some kind of brown sugar, which I think is nicer than the white suggested in that recipe.
You could do doughnuts or little brioches with the round balls in a tin for a roll. Or maybe some kolaches with sausages.
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