Make bread at home with French bakery PAUL

Make bread at home with French bakery PAUL

Just in time for the return of the Great British Bake Off, French bakery group PAUL has launched an online range of home-baking kits

Good news for anyone who developed a taste for home baking during lockdown – French bakery group PAUL has launched Paul at Home. The new online range includes two bread-baking kits as well as six product sets, and they’re all available for next-day delivery across the UK.

The bread kits include everything you need to make a loaf: flour, dried yeast and a recipe, plus there’s also a proving basket, a dough scraper, and a cotton bag to keep the bread fresh. The product sets provide the perfect accompaniments for a French breakfast at home – a trio of French jams to spread on your toast and fresh ground coffee to drink with it. And for those who enjoy dunking their fresh bread in a bowl of hot chocolate à la française, there’s a Signature Hot Chocolate Kit too.

Meanwhile for those who are once again leaving the house to commute to work instead of walking downstairs to the kitchen table, there’s a Back to Work Kit which includes a Keep Cup and a set of reusable cutlery. includes a Keep Cup and a set of reusable cutlery.

And if you want to pick up a few pointers from a pro, who better than a Great British Bake Off winner? To celebrate the launch, 2019 winner David Atherton has created a ‘Seedy Loaf’ using one of the new baking kits and you can watch a step-by-step video on his IGTV or on the PAUL website. The return of the hugely popular Channel 4 show, which is finally due to start on 22 September after filming was delayed by Covid-19, is bound to give home baking yet another popularity boost.

Family-owned PAUL began in 1889 with the opening of its first bakery in Lille and has been passed down through five generations of bakers. It now has outlets in 30 countries around the world.


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