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Baking Recipes and Advice

  1. Christmas is coming!

    Christmas is just around the corner and we have seen our first sleet of the season this morning, here in East Devon. We’ll be sending out pressie ideas over the next weeks as we get closer and to give you early birds some inspiration, don’t forget to take a look at our new baking kits comprising bits and pieces for...
  2. Product focus: Bannetons

    Paul Hollywood’s latest TV series, Bread has got the nation so inspired to bake real bread that our range of cane bannetons has been struggling to keep up with demand! We’ve been inundated with requests for the proving baskets from enthusiastic bakers and we would like to assure customers that although some items may be out of stock, we do...
  3. New baking courses

    This month’s new featured baking course is: Love Baking Bread at The Lighthouse Bakery School Set amidst the rolling hills of the High Weald, overlooking Bodiam Castle, the Lighthouse Bakery School offers a popular and diverse range of one-day bread making courses, for the complete beginner and seasoned baker alike. Their popular Love Baking Bread course gives students the unique...
  4. Do you visit or run Britain’s Best Bakery?

    We were excited to hear the news that Britain’s Best Bakery is back for a second series on ITV. The show, which scours the country for baking excellence, will be showcasing Britain’s favourite independent, family and community bakeries and their mouth-watering creations. If you’re interested in taking part, or want to nominate a worthy bakery call the Britain’s Best Bakery...
  5. Supporting Real Bread Maker Week

    Show your support for real bread and win £150 to spend on baking tools! Real Bread Maker Week returns this week (11-17 May) and promises to be the biggest celebration of real bread yet. To show our support, we’ve teamed up with the Real Bread Campaign to offer one lucky real bread enthusiast the chance to win a £150 gift...
  6. Discover the Secrets of Delicious Sourdough

    Discover the Secrets of Delicious Sourdough
      Vanessa Kimbell has a place on one of her sourdough bread baking courses up for grabs! Something of a bread revolution is sweeping the nation, and helping to promote the benefits and importance of real bread is established food writer and qualified chef, Vanessa Kimbell. If you’re after thoughts, inspiration and accessible recipes, Vanessa’s Sourdough Course dedicated to promoting ethical food...
  7. Tarts For Troops

    At BakeryBits we’re always willing to get baking in support of a worthy cause. This month, Blind Veterans UK launches its Tarts for Troops campaign, which encourages people to bake tarts and sell them Tarts for Troopsin aid of the national charity. The week long campaign commences on Armed Forces Day, on Saturday 29 June, with a host of inspiring recipes to try donated by well-known chefs, celebrities and blind veterans. Continue reading →
  8. Lurpak Bake Club

    Lurpak Bake Club Brioche, baguettes, bagels – it’s time to rise to the challenge with Lurpak Bake Club! We’re pleased to be hosting the June Lurpak Bake Club Challenge and this month it is all about bread. With a helping hand from the talented Angus McCaig, head chef at The Holt, Honiton, we’ve crafted an authentic brioche baguette recipe to try out. Continue reading →
  9. Introducing the finest Italian flour

    Finest Italian Flour ProducersDelicious artisan bread starts with quality flour and we’re pleased to announce the arrival of Italy’s finest range of flours from Mulino Marino here at BakeryBits. Continue reading →
  10. Vanessa Kimbell competition

    Vanessa Kimble CompetitionBack in May we launched a competition for one lucky baker to win a place on Vanessa Kimbell’s Learn to Bake Sourdough full day course. Thanks to all of you who entered - we received hundreds of entries, many correct and a few which made us chuckle. We asked which three core ingredients make a sourdough bread and the answer is of course: flour, water and salt. Well done if you got it right! Continue reading →