Kids Half Term Bread Baking Workshops

Our popular Junior Bread Club runs again on 3 mornings during spring half term.

Check out our workshop page for details.

September 2017

Breadmaking in a Day – Friday 1 September 10am – 2pm

Chilli cheese and onion bread

Join us on one of our weekday breadmaking sessions.
Learn about organic flours, kneading and shaping techniques, enriched doughs and using pre-ferments in bread.

This is the only workshop we run where you can make our bestselling cheese (chilli) and onion loaf (chilli optional!). Add to that a batch of Norwegian Boller (cardamom buns) and you have two delicious breads to take home.

Suitable for all experience levels. All ingredients, light lunch and refreshments included.

Cost £50 Book Online

August 2017

Junior Bread Club – Summer Breadmaking, 10am – 12.30noon, Choice of Dates Available

Join us on one of our Junior Bread Clubs, our summer breads will be puffballs and chocolate swirls

All ages welcome: please note that children under 8 must be supervised by an adult.

Aprons and refreshments provided.

Cost: £12.50 Book Online

Dates available

  • Thursday 3 August
  • Saturday 12 August
  • Tuesday 29 August

Advanced Junior Bread Club – Summer Breadmaking 10am – 1pm, Choice of dates

Are you a regular at Junior Bread Club or looking to advance your breadmaking skills?

This summer we are running two ‘advanced’ Junior Bread Clubs. Suitable for children who are 10+ and have prior breadmaking experience, these workshops are slightly longer and will introduce new techniques and ingredients.

We will be baking tiger rolls and pain viennois to make into chocolate sandwiches!

Adults welcome to stay

Cost: £15  Book Online

Dates available

  • Tuesday 8 August
  • Monday 14 August

 

Sunday 13 August, 11am – 2.30pm – Pork Pies and Piccalilli

Join Jacqui of Penistone Pies & Puddings to learn how to produce one of the all time British classics – the pork pie!

Not only will she show you how to make the unique hot water crust pastry but she will also instruct you how to create a meat filling fit for a king. As well as catering for traditional pork pie lovers, Jacqui will reveal how to customise your pies to introduce different cuts, types of meat and additional ingredients to give them your own distinctive flavor.  Jacqui will also demonstrate how to produce your own gourmet crunchy farmhouse piccalilli to serve as the perfect accompaniment to this classic pie. On completion of the course you will take away your own two pork pies created by you to share with friends and family and a jar of Jacqui’s fabulous crunchy pork pie piccalilli.

We provide everything you need for the workshop, all you need to bring is an apron and a bag to carry your goodies home. Courses include refreshments and all ingredients.

Cost: £75 (includes lunch) Book Online

July 2017

Saturday 1 July 10am – 3pm – Real Bread Basics

On this workshop, we aim to introduce you to the basic principles of breadmaking.

Recipes, kneading, shaping and baking all covered in detail. You will take home recipes and the bread that you bake, unless you eat it first!

All you need to bring is an apron, and a bag suitable to take your bread home with you. There will also be an opportunity to buy some of the tools and bread proving baskets.

Cost: £65 (includes lunch) Book Online

 

Breadmaking in a Day – Choice of dates available

Chilli cheese and onion bread

Join us on one of our weekday breadmaking sessions.
Learn about organic flours, kneading and shaping techniques, enriched doughs and using pre-ferments in bread.

This is the only workshop we run where you can make our bestselling cheese (chilli) and onion loaf (chilli optional!). Add to that a batch of Norwegian Boller (cardamom buns) and you have two delicious breads to take home.

Suitable for all experience levels. All ingredients, light lunch and refreshments included.

Choice of dates available – Cost £50 Book Online

  • Tuesday 11 July 10am – 2pm
  • Friday 1 September 10am – 2pm

 

Sweet And Savoury Breadmaking, Saturday 15 July 2017, 10am – 3pm

This is a great introduction to using different flours, flavours and fillings in your bread.

Suitable for all ability levels, breads will include sweet chelsea buns, spelt & rye rolls and roast potato & rosemary loaf.

All ingredients provided, please bring an apron and something to take home your baked breads in.

Lunch and refreshments provided –  Cost £75 Book Online

 

Junior Bake Club – Summer Baking, Saturday 29 July 2017, 10am – 12 noon

Join Hannah from Beygi’s Bespoke Bakes on Sat 29th July to make summer-themed baked goodies.

All ages welcome: please note that children under 8 must be supervised by an adult.

Aprons and refreshments provided. https://www.facebook.com/beygisbespokebakes/

Cost £12.50 Book Online

 

June 2017

Breadmaking in a Day – Choice of dates available

Chilli cheese and onion bread

Join us on one of our weekday breadmaking sessions.
Learn about organic flours, kneading and shaping techniques, enriched doughs and using pre-ferments in bread.

This is the only workshop we run where you can make our bestselling cheese (chilli) and onion loaf (chilli optional!). Add to that a batch of Norwegian Boller (cardamom buns) and you have two delicious breads to take home.

Suitable for all experience levels. All ingredients, light lunch and refreshments included.

Choice of dates available – Cost £50 Book Online

  • Friday 16 June 10am-2pm
  • Tuesday 27 June 10am – 2pm
  • Tuesday 11 July 10am – 2pm
  • Friday 1 September 10am – 2pm

 

Saturday 17 June 10am – 3pm – Real Bread Basics

On this workshop, we aim to introduce you to the basic principles of breadmaking.

Recipes, kneading, shaping and baking all covered in detail. You will take home recipes and the bread that you bake, unless you eat it first!

All you need to bring is an apron, and a bag suitable to take your bread home with you. There will also be an opportunity to buy some of the tools and bread proving baskets.

 

Wednesday 28 June, 9.30am – 12pm – Ready, Steady Bake

This session is open to anyone who has attended one of our previous classes.

It is supervised by our volunteers who can provide you with ingredients, equipment, recipe books and some premixed dough. Or you are welcome to come and try out your own ideas. Just a note to say that if you wish to make something with anything other than our 4 or 5 basic ingredients you will need to either buy things from us or bring along your own additional ingredients.

Booking is essential to ensure that we can provide everyone with what they need.

Please bring an apron and something to carry your dough and/or bread home in.

Cost £10 Book Online

 

 

October

Saturday 8 – We host our monthly knit and natter, in our social space in the bakery. Run by Elaine of BaaBaaBrighouse, it’s a friendly and welcoming small group of local knitters, and crocheters, and even some sewers have popped along.

Wednesdays throughout October – Order by Monday evening and then collect your bread order, via Food Assembly in Halifax, between 4 – 6pm at Food Assembly, Halifax

PS don’t forget our social space is open every Saturday morning 10 – 12. There’s coffee and tea available and some bread to toast. Why not pop in, with a friend (not obligatory!) and enjoy a coffee and some toast. All we ask is that you consider leaving a donation.