CARB ADDICT ALERT!

I have tried going carb free before, generally due to bikini times approaching but my down fall is always bread! The light fluffy delight that can be found in a delicious freshly baked loaf loaded with salted butter...ah bliss. My further guilty pleasure is turning anything into a sandwich, anyone for a roast dinner sanga as a midnight feast...bread strikes again where a lettuce leaf wrap just won't cut it. So here goes with my top 5 Birmingham Bakeries!  

Loaf, Stirchley, Birmingham  www.loafonline.co.uk  

A community bakery in ever changing Stirchley, which keeps the recipes simple and delicious. Changing weekday lunches, that are wholesome and filling and amazing Saturday pastries that make it worth getting up before 8.30am....the queue will be out the door. Learn to make your own bread and more on one of their cooking courses. 

Medicine Bakery, New Street , Birmingham www.villagecodsall.co.uk

The hidden door just marked Medicine allows entrance into the world of cronuts, cruffins and savory pesant (these are all the evolution of the croissant!). This dedicated team of former Medicine bar fame know how to work their buttery goodness. The sister venue for the Village Bakery in Codsall they are on a mission to educate the palates of Brum and revamp a forgotten space into a craft collective. Currently open Friday and Saturday until sell out. 

Peel and Stone, Found at various venues in the city or Harborne www.peelandstone.co.uk/ 

Wheat alchemy and more all rustled up in a railway arch Hockley way. These artisan bakers supply delis, pubs and have their own venue in Harborne for all your carby needs and beer too. Seasonal pop up themed events delight so keep an eye on their calendar! Did I hear salted caramel donuts! 

Sixteen Bakery-16 Piccadilly Arcade, Birmingham. facebook

Sharing a cosy spot with hot drink scientists Faculty, these boys and girls make sweet treats and exotic sandwiches that ensures you will be indulging in their creations each visit. Inject your cupcakes with sweet syrups and flavours or rejoice with vegan possibilities. 

Maison Mayci, Moseley and Kings Heath, www.mayci.co.uk

French born owners and chefs David and Remi Faveau keep their philosophy simple; quality ingredients, hand crafting, no fuss and affordable for everyone. A wide variety of breads and patisserie plus a delicious rustic breakfast and lunch menu that won't break the bank. They now sell French craft beer and venues can be hired for private events. 

 

 

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