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Bake for A Cause

Corporate Baking Team Building Singapore

Touch lives with one baked treat at a time. Come and join Bake for A Cause – A baking team building in Singapore.

Bake for A Cause is Palate Team Building’s widely popular CSR activity. A baking team bonding activity, Bake for A Cause is highly suitable for companies looking to give back to the community.

While fostering teamwork and spirit, your team will bake and donate their cookies and muffins to a charitable organisation of your choice or The Food Bank.

You can also opt for a 3-course meal cooked by the chefs at Palate Sensations before or after the baking session.

As a team that walks the talk, our team also held a Bake for A Cause as one of our corporate baking team building and give-back activities at the start of the pandemic.

We baked over 1200 muffins and gave them away to frontliners in various hospitals. These include not only the medical staff but also the security personnel. The smiles on their faces were priceless for us. The effort and resources we devoted into preparing the ingredients, mixing them together, popping them in the oven, and packaging them with messages of inspiration written on the bags, were all worth it. This was our simple way to thank our front liners for keeping up the fight against COVID-19, which two years ago was still a very much unknown disease.

As one of our corporate baking team building activities, Bake For A Cause can also teach your team the essentials of baking. Baking requires the discipline of precision. It is like chemistry performed in the kitchen and not a lab. Precisely measuring ingredients, mixing, and using the right temperature are needed to consistently achieve the best results.

The principles learned in baking can be applied in corporate leadership and team cohesion as well.

Try skipping an ingredient, for example, a baking soda, and you will see how a muffin for example would not look as fluff as it should be.

A dash of salt can help bring out the taste of caramel because flavours need to be contrasted. This can be said of inspiring diversity in your teams as well – only by harnessing the diversity of perspectives can the best ideas crystallise.

What lesson can be learned about the importance of waiting for the oven to be pre-heated before popping the batter in? How can results differ when team keeps their pulse on the best timings to launch a project, a communication, or a marketing campaign? So many lessons can be learned from baking that apply to better business leadership and that inspire great team unity.

Above all, Bake for A Cause is about having an opportunity to bring teams to work together to make a difference, to put a smile on someone’s face, and to spark joy.

Contact us to organise corporate team building baking classes for you.

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    My regional team came to Palate Sensations for a cooking team building activity in Singapore and it was a wonderful experience. The chefs were very professional and made the whole session fun for all of us. We have decided that when we are able to gather again, we will definitely be back for a baking team building session!


    I can barely boil an egg so I was very skeptical when my team organised a team building cooking class in Singapore. I thought I was going to stand back and just drink the night away but the chefs were so friendly and made me feel at ease. They issued step by step instructions and were always on hand to help me if I had any questions or if they saw me feeling lost. Highly recommended if you are looking for culinary team building in Singapore.

    Ellyn Chia

    My company organised a baking team building in Singapore when my boss visited us. Palate Sensations has a great CSR initiative which is in line with my company’s policy for team bonding in Singapore. We baked banana bread and 2 types of cookies for The Food Bank which were then distributed on our behalf to a children’s home. We all wrote messages to the kids and wished them well. It was a great way to spend an afternoon. Now I want to come back on my own time because they also teach bread making and I love bread.

    Brendon Ho

    Our team usually gather at least once a year for our regional meeting in Singapore but the past few years have been impossible for travel with COVID. My company which is based in Singapore, looked around for team building activities in Singapore and they organised a virtual team building class. The Singapore Team received an ingredient package but as I am based in Australia, I received the recipes and purchased my own ingredients. The class was held via zoom and it was really fun. We made Singapore otak otak and Hokkien noodles. The chef was very engaging and the whole process was really easy to follow. We all felt like we were cooking together even though we could only see each other on the screen. I cant wait to try their in studio cooking class team building in Singapore.


    Enjoyed the team building cooking activities! The timing is good and I like that we were able to customized for the timing for the company. We also had a good time enjoying the food which was fresh and delicious. Palate sensations even assisted us to take photos during our cooking session and we enjoyed the mini challenge which was to create a logo related to the company! All of us had a lot of fun there! Thank you!

    Lim Simin

    To see all available programmes, please go back to the cooking team building overview page