Make Macarons

Maison Fleuret

It’s not just a cook­ing class (or bak­ing, what­ev­er) but it’s also a his­to­ry class. Learn about where the mac­arons orig­i­nates and of course, learn how to bake them to per­fec­tion. With a max­i­mum group size of 7 peo­ple this class is per­fect to feel like you’re just bak­ing at home. Not only can you try your hand at mak­ing deli­cious mac­arons, but go one step fur­ther and take these new skills back home to showoff to your friends. The best part [at least if you ask me] is obvi­ous­ly being able to snack your way through the workshop. 

WORKSHOPS: var­i­ous pas­tries, Paris-brest, Napoleon Class


DEETS: Macrons + crois­sants, French cui­sine, Cook­ing class, Pastries

A Taste of Paris 

Done at either Miss Manon or Chez Manon bak­ery, this work­shop includes a tast­ing at the start just so you real­ly know what you’re get­ting your­self into. In this work­shop you don’t just stop at mac­arons. Try your hand at numer­ous sweet treats from Paris [as well as eat­ing them].

This work­shop is designed espe­cial­ly for fam­i­lies and kids so it is the per­fect day out to get every­one involved.

WORKSHOPS: bak­ing bread + crois­sants, macarons


DEETS: Clas­sic French, French cui­sine, Cook­ing class, Pas­tries, Macarons

Le Foodist

Pipe your way through this mac­arons work­shop. Your pas­try chef will teach you how to make the best-shaped mac­arons [you are in Paris after all]. You’ll be taught the pre­cise tech­niques to make sure that every­thing is up to par with French pas­try stan­dards. These are all skills which they will then tell you that you can reap­ply them in your next French bak­ery cre­ations. You will become a mas­ter pas­try chef in no time…

WORKSHOPS: var­i­ous bak­ery class­es, pas­tries, cook­ing classes


DEETS: Clas­sic French, Deca­dent, Cook­ing class, Pas­tries, Tech­niques, Macarons

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