- A handy tool to help make delicious homemade bread
- Made from flexible food-grade polypropylene
- Easy-to-use & simple to clean
- Made in the UK
- Size: 12cm x 8cm
Why we love this
Jack, from Bake with Jack says, "The most useful bread making tool, hands down.
I use these for literally everything but by far, they are most useful when kneading. The most common mistake I find when people are making bread is dusting the dough with additional flour when kneading it to stop it sticking to the table. This then tightens up the dough making for a dense and heavy loaf. Use your scraper to release the dough from the table every once in a while completely cutting out the need to add extra flour and you’ll be well on your way to bread success!"
The Bake with Jack dough scraper has two straight edges for cutting and scraping, and a long curved edge for unsticking dough from your bowl. Perfect flexibility.
Made in the UK from fully recyclable food grade polypropylene.
Measures approx. 12cm long, 8cm wide
Delivery expected within 3 to 7 working days
Free on orders over £35.
£3.99 on orders under £35
48 hour express delivery
Tracked orders delivered within 48 working hours when you order before 2pm Mon-Fri
Free on orders over £50
DPD Next Day
Fully tracked next working day delivery when you order before 2pm Mon-Fri
For more information see our FAQ page, under delivery
International orders – We’ve temporarily paused orders to destinations outside of the UK. We are working to re-enable the service as quickly as we can. We apologise for the inconvenience caused and look forward to welcoming you back online soon.
Returns - We know that Coronavirus may affect your ability to return your order within the usual time limits. Therefore we have extended our normal returns policy to 60 days to help. We accept returns and will process a refund for your order provided we receive the item(s) within 60 days of delivery. You will receive a confirmation of this via email. Funds will be restored to your account within 14 days of receiving your return. Please ask the Post Office for your proof of posting certificate (receipt) and retain it for your reference. For more information see our FAQ page, under returns