Tips and Ideas

Pizza Dough

To get the best results, let the pizza dough thaw in the refrigerator overnight (if you need it sooner you can let it thaw on the counter top as well). Preheat the oven to 220 C (425 F), roll the dough out and place on a lightly greased baking sheet or use a pizza stone. Put your favourite toppings on and off it goes into the oven. Baking time 14-16 minutes, adjust the time depending on how crusty you like your pizza.

Spelt Pie Crust

Baking instructions: Our Wheat free Spelt Pie crust will bake like a “regular” crust made from wheat. Just follow the instructions in the recipe you are using, depending what kind of Pie you are baking.

Shelf Life

Since we are not using any preservatives in our products shelf life is limited, to prolong shelve life freeze or refrigerate them and take them out as you need them. Freeze Bread sliced in a plastic bag and then you can take out slice by slice; you can put the bread slice frozen in the toaster and a moment later you have nice and crispy bread.

Crusty Breads

Most of the flavours of the bread are in the crust and to really bring them out we recommend to crispen up the crust on your bread. Preheat the oven to 200 C (400 F), place your unsliced bread in the oven and bake for 5-6 minutes. Once removed from the oven, let the bread rest a few minutes before you enjoy it. You can do the same with buns, just reduce the bake time slightly. Don`t reheat the bread twice.

Hot Pretzels

We have been making the official Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest Pretzel for the last 15 years. Since Oktoberfest is only 10 days out of the year, we thought we would bring the spirit of Oktoberfest every noon to Grainharvest. Every day at noon freshly baked pretzels coming HOT out of the oven at our Lexington Road location.

Special Events

We are offering our products at a lot of local festivals, which often serve as fundraisers for the community.

Click here to see the events