The following are some of the most commonly asked questions:
Yes, you can. Before every class we conduct a short interview to find out what types of bread you would like to make. Then we design a private session tailored to your level and tastes.
Yes, during our bread making class school age kids are welcome to join the fun.
Comfortable clothing and flat, closed toe shoes. Apron is provided for use during the class.
To book a class/party/incursion go to Contact on the website and fill in the form. Alternatively, call directly using phone number listed on Contact page.
It is recommend to book as soon as you have a date in mind.
All dietary requirements need to be outlined at the time of booking and we will adapt the class to your special dietary needs.
You can reschedule the class/incursion/party with at least 30 days’ notice to the scheduled time (subject to availability). If the class is cancelled and not rescheduled we reserve the right to withhold $100 booking fee. One reschedule per booking allowed.
It is best to put all tables and chairs in a circle/rectangle so every child can see clearly everything. Please clean the tables from glue, sticky tape or glitter.
The Incursion is divided into three parts: making dough, shaping, eating. If there are two or three groups, we first make the dough with group one. During the raising time, the second group makes their dough. Then the third. Then it’s back to group one for shaping and so on, till we have all the breads shaped, risen and baked.
Yes. There are two main segments where children are involved in bread making activities, each followed by a break. The final third is eating freshly baked breads.
All children can take part. We make gluten free breads as well. We don’t use any nuts and will cater for other specific food allergies. However, in a case of severe nut allergy, we cannot guarantee that traces aren’t preset in some of the ingredients unless the manufacturers clearly state so.
Of course. We only need one oven and can adapt to any facility.
Hot Cross Buns, Herb & Garlic Monkey Bread and Bread Rolls are the most popular MakeBread incursions.
The choice of baked product depends on the facilities, number of children, learning topic, dietary requirements etc. Upon your enquiry MakeBread will offer you several incursion options based on the above.
Certainly, we use gluten free bread and pizza premixes.
No, you can chose other types of bread for children to make. Popular choices are flat breads, pull-apart breads, both sweet and savoury versions. Please contact us and we can give you a range of options.
MakeBread party invitations have “Please advise of any food allergies or special dietary requirements!” printed on them. We don’t use any nuts and will cater for other specific food allergies. However, in a case of severe nut allergies, we cannot guarantee that traces aren’t preset in some of the ingredients unless the manufacturers clearly state so.