Coconut square - gold winner - Tasmanian baking show- Big Bite Dutch Treats

Press release: Dutch bakery in Tassie wins three awards

 Poatina - Northern Midlands bakery business Big Bite Dutch Treats has won three awards in the Tasmanian Baking Show. The traditional Dutch treats have won Gold, Silver and Bronze in two different categories. 

Melanie receives award at the Tasmanian Bake Show

“Originally we are youth and community workers. We educated ourselves to become bakers. So with virtually no bakers back ground we feel this a huge achievement.” Richard also said it is recognition for their hard work and an extra sales push during these difficult covid times. 

Participants at the show were from a variety of big and well known bakeries. Melanie: ‘We drove back from Poatina for the presentation at the end of the day. The jury was still making up their reports. To see how they were taste testing and writing everything down was a bit nerve wrecking. But it all turned out pretty good!’

Every year the Baking Association Australia organises the Tasmanian Baking Show. This was the first time Big Bite Dutch Treats participated. In the category ‘slices’, Big Bite has won the gold medal with their ‘Coconut Square’. In the category ‘Biscuits’, Big Bite has won Bronze with Stroopwafels (Dutch syrup waffles) and Silver for their Dutch Speculaas biscuits. 

Big Bite Dutch Treats trades from markets and events around Tasmania serving a range of Dutch treats including favourites such as stroopwafels (Dutch syrup waffles) and oliebollen (Dutch donuts). A range of Dutch treats is also available though their online shop (shipping Australia wide), Launceston region deliveries and click & collect options. It is a small business with big plans.

Silver medal for Dutch Speculaas biscuits - Big Bite Dutch TreatsBronze for Stroopwafels - Dutch syrup waffles - Big Bite Dutch TreatsGold medal for Dutch coconut squares - Big Bite Dutch Treats

The Baking Association of Australia is an industry body supporting and educating industry wherever possible. The association also works with allied organisations including agriculture groups that are part of the baking industry.The Tasmanian baking show is one of the many 

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