Los Angeles Times – The Best Breakfast Breads

February 13, 2020

The cinnamon sugar brioche at Milo & Olive takes the traditional form of a cinnamon bun — a vertically faced spiral — and turns it sideways; biting into the mini loaf reveals the swirl inside. Director of bakery operations Kelsey Brito inherited the bun recipe from proprietor Zoe Nathan, whose larger, berry-laden spirals were the thing of legend when they debuted at Huckleberry Cafe. The sourdough brioche is spiraled with cinnamon and crowned with a large band of cinnamon-dusted turbinado sugar for a hearty crunch against the soft dough.

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