Fairy Bread (Day 3 of Bread Challenge)

Originating from Australia and New Zealand, fairy bread is a little snack topped with nostalgia in the form on nonpareils. Nonpareils, also known as “hundreds and thousands” in some parts of the world, are essentially rainbow colored ball sprinkles. I decided to try this on day 3 of my bread series because I’ve heard so much about it and it intrigued me. Sprinkles on bread? Sign me up!

This recipe uses my Pandan Pandesal Loaf recipe without the pandan extract. This fairy bread recipe is short and sweet (lol).

Ingredients

  • 1 slice sandwich bread
  • butter
  • nonpareils, hundreds and thousands, rainbow sprinkles

Directions

1. Spread butter on a slice of bread

2. Pour a healthy amount of nonpareils on the buttered side

3. Slice diagonally and enjoy!

Ube Variation

As seen in my video, my second slice was purple! I used ube butter for that one. To be honest, the regular butter was better because it added a bit of saltiness to contrast the sugar sprinkles. The ube butter just made it too sweet

Video

Recipe

Fairy Bread

Prep Time 2 mins
Total Time 2 mins
Servings 1 slice

Ingredients
  

  • 1 slice sandwich bread
  • butter
  • nonpareils, hundreds and thousands, rainbow sprinkles

Instructions
 

  • Spread butter on a slice of bread
  • Pour a healthy amount of nonpareils on the buttered side
  • Slice diagonally and enjoy!

Notes

Prep time does not include baking (or buying) the bread.