Nordic Breads Classes

October and November

This class is based on the concept of fika – a Swedish word meaning to meet up for a cup of coffee and a piece of cake. You’ll bake traditional kanelbullar (cinnamon buns) and vaniljbular (crème patissiere), a stunning but deceptively simple Swedish tea ring and No-Knead seeded rye rolls for a smorrebrod style lunch.

Dates3rd October 2023
14th November 2023
Times9.30 – 4.30pm
Costs£160 per person
Class Length6 hour class starting at 9.30am
Class SizeMaximum 8 Bakers
Suitable forBeginners / intermediates / advanced
What’s included

All ingredients, aprons and equipment
Second Breakfast
Lunch with a glass of wine
Refreshments throughout the day
Paper patisserie bags to take your bread home (feel free to bring your own bags if you’re walking / travelling far)

What to expect

An enjoyable, relaxed, and informative day surrounded by people who love food and good company. Everyone is welcome – from complete novices who’ve never baked a loaf of bread in their lives, to those who bake bread regularly and are keen to expand their repertoire or master a specific skill.

You will bake:

Cinnamon and vanilla buns
Swedish Tea ring
Rye and Granary rolls


9.30am – Coffee and a chat about your baking experience & what you want out of the day

11.30am – Second Breakfast

2.30pm – Smorrebrod lunch with a glass of wine

3.30pm – Aim to finish, but this can be variable

Skills taught:

Kneading and no-knead techniques
Judging rising times and temperatures
Shaping and plaiting, adding fruit

Allergen information

The classes include a wide range of ingredients including wheat, rye, dairy, eggs, nuts, sesame sulphites and soya so whilst we make every effort to avoid cross-contamination, this cannot be guaranteed.

Dietary restrictions

Please inform us if you are vegetarian. If you are vegan, please contact Rachael to discuss the possibility of bringing your own substitutions for eggs, butter and milk.

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