Give the “Gift of Class.”
Do you know someone who wants to learn to bake or decorate a cake? The gift of a baking class is a gift that keeps on giving.
Learning to bake is a life long skill and what is learned through baking goes far beyond the kitchen walls. Young people enjoy learning to bake. They learn to communicate through baking; it starts conversations, inspires creativity and encourages discovery.
Baking will connect you with the food you eat and the people around you. Baking creates fond and lasting memories for yourself and others.
Private and Group Classes Available. Classes run 3 hours and start at $50.00. Contact Terri for more information.
Most popular private instruction classes:
How to Make a Cake From choosing the recipe to frosting the cake, in this class you learn the skills to create a traditional layer cake.
How to Make Cupcakes Learn to follow recipes to make cake, filling and frosting flavors combinations. You will create 1- dozen unique cupcakes.
How to Make a Pie Learn to make a flaky butter crust that can be filled with a sweet or savory filling. You will learn to make dough and filling, learn to blind bake, make the lattice for 1 pie.
The Basics:Baking 101 Start with simple, basic techniques using the equipment you have at home. Learn the difference between all-purpose and self-rising flour, granulated and confectioners sugar and how to prepare a pan for baking. This class is taught in 3 sessions and run 3 hours each session.