Tickets to our wildly popular baking classes for August-December 2017 are now on sale!. Our classes are hands-on, extremely informational, and tons of fun! It’s a great way to spend an afternoon or evening with friends or family! And this year we are adding two terrific new series of classes — Date Night and “The Fun Part!” Our classes generally sell out so don’t wait too long to reserve your spot! Don’t see what you’re looking for? Book a private class!
Classic Baking Classes
Our classic three-hour weekend baking classes dive deep into one topic, exploring three or more different recipes and sending you home with an armload of fresh-baked goodness. Whether you’re baking pies, shaping bread, or decorating cookies, there’s lots to learn and experience in our flagship baking classes.
August 26 – Introduction to Breads (Italian Breads)
August 27 – Introduction to Breads (Italian Breads)
September 9 – Naturally Leavened Breads
September 10 – Naturally Leavened Breads
September 16 – Whole Grain Breads
September 17 – Whole Grain Breads
September 23 – Fanciful Fall Breads
September 24 – Fanciful Fall Breads
September 30 – Pretzel-making
October 1 – Pretzel-making
October 21 – Viennoiserie: Croissants, Puff Pastry and More!
October 28 – Halloween Cookie Decorating
October 29 – Halloween Cookie Decorating
November 4 – Piemaking
November 5 – Piemaking
November 11 – Piemaking
November 12 – Piemaking
December 2 – Christmas Cookie Decorating
December 3 – Christmas Cookie Decorating
December 9 – Christmas Cookie Decorating
December 10 – Christmas Cookie Decorating
December 16 – Holiday Baking Traditions
December 17 – Holiday Baking Traditions
In our Date Night Classes, bring your sweetheart and come cook a delicious dinner, with tasty dessert, and then enjoy it together. What better way to spend an evening out with someone you love? Each menu is lovingly crafted to provide you and your date with a delightful culinary evening.
September 29 – Date Night: Oktoberfest Dinner
The Fun Part Classes
For “The Fun Part” classes, we do the hard work — baking the cake, making the caramel, making the gingerbread house stand up (gravity is hard!) — and let you do the fun part: decorating and designing! We’ll explore mirror glaze to make gorgeous, shiny works of edible art, decorate cakes with Russian tips (which let you pipe a whole flower all at once!), make whimsical decorations out of chocolate, adorn caramel apples for Halloween, and decorate gingerbread houses.
August 24 – Mirror Glaze
September 21 – Russian Tips
October 26 – Caramel Apples
November 9 – Chocolate Decor
December 14 – Gingerbread Houses