Flavours of Christmas Adult Baking Workshop
Flavours of Christmas Baking Workshop for Adults
Saturday 19 November 10.30am to 4.30pm
Christmas bakes are already all over the supermarket shelves and, come November, the magical Christmas spirit is already in the air. This year, approach the festive season in a different way and join our exclusive hands-on baking class to learn how to make the most delicious festive bakes, with a twist. In this full-day session (approx 5 or 6 hrs including lunch break), you will learn how to make and bake from scratch three delicious Italian and British inspired festive bakes, to wow your family and friends over Christmas holidays:
– Mince Pie inspired Strudel
– Soft Amaretti biscuits
– Bunnettones (Panettone flavoured soft buns)
This brand new class has been designed for being run with a low number of participants, so you will be able to be followed more closely, ask questions and master these Festive bakes like a pro! Of course, you will walk away with lots of baked goods to bring home to share with
your family and friends.
– Only limited space available
– Price includes all the ingredients, equipment and lunch
– Class duration will be 5 to 6 hours with lunch break
This class is suitable for anyone, regardless of age or baking experience (although a little home baking experience might be helpful). All the recipes will be fully explained step by step by session leader.
Common allergens will be used in this session (wheat/eggs/dairy/soy/nuts). Unfortunately we
aren’t able to tailor recipes for substitutions or alterations, as these can fundamentally
change the composition and outcome of the recipes. Please inform us of any allergies before
signing up, so we can assess your suitability for this class.
I’m Fabio, I was born in Venice and grew up in a house filled with seasonal food and meals made from scratch. Many years have passed since that memory but the one thing that hasn’t changed is my passion for food, tasty and flavourful homemade food. And to the cry of ‘no ready made stuff and fake flavours’, I’ve kept baking, cooking, and sharing my experiments with my family and friends. I run a baking blog under the pseudonym “The Italian Baker”. You can check out my bakes and find my social media channels at www.theitalianbkr.com