Explore the secrets of the French pâtisserie at a 3-hour pastry making class in Paris. Learn how to make a light and crunchy macaron, or master the art of the brioche. Make a range of filled croissants, or discover recipes for tasty puff pastry classics.
What to Expect
Learn all the neat tricks behind the French pâtisserie at a 2.5-3 hour pastry making class in Paris. Located just steps from Montmartre, the kitchen is equipped with all necessary materials to make your experience stress free.
You can learn how to make macaroons based on the Italian meringue method to achieve light and crunchy cookies. Alternatively, discover the art of the brioche, a less buttery breakfast option to the croissant that also makes a great dessert. Get step-by-step guidance on the perfect choux pastry treats, whether it's a classic religieuse, or a Chantilly cream filled puff. Learn how to make a classic butter croissant, or croissants filled with almonds, chocolate, or raisins!
The classes are taught in English by a covivial French chef, and each one can accommodate up to 6 participants to give every student maximum attention. Chef Séverine graduated from the oldest hotel and restaurant training school in France, before working at Dalloyau, the legendary pastry-making company, where she trained under the guidance of the country’s finest pastry artisans.
At the end of each course, you’ll be able to taste your pâtisserie creations on the spot, served with a cup of tea or coffee. Alternatively, collect a take home bag to prolong your gourmet pleasures for later.
- English language copy of the recipes
- All cooking equipment
- Take home bags
9, Rue Thimonnier 75009 Paris. The nearest subway stations are Anvers (Line 2) and Cadet ou Poissonnière (Line 7)
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