Science of Cooking: Bread & Butter
What you get
Discover the delectable science of cooking while making your very own baked goods and buttery spreads — from fluffy dinner rolls to cinnamon swirl loaves to tasty garlic butter! Learn how yeast makes bread rise (and shine). Conduct an experiment with globs of gluten, and explore how this elastic goo gives bread its chew. Read all about emulsion, and how cream transforms into butter. Ready to sink your teeth into kitchen chemistry?
Project does not include any food ingredients.
As seen on: domino magazine and Red Tricycle
the Crate Challenge
From the desk of the product designer:
Behind the design
“Who knew there was so much science involved in cooking? This crate was a blast to create!”
By the numbers
Recipe variations tested: 18
Loaves of bread eaten by the team: Dozens!
Bags of flour destroyed by pets: 2
My 9 year old granddaughter really enjoyed this box. The directions were clear and straightforward, the finished loaf was delicious, if not quite as perfect as the picture. Cooking is an important life skill and one children can enjoy, if presented correctly.
My 10-year-old granddaughter loved it, even though you labeled it for 5-year-olds. She’s a French cuisine specialist. You should develop more cooking/chemistry crates!