Macarons & More

Classes

  • 31 Oct
  • Afternoon Tea (with Tim) 9:00am - 2:00pm
Afternoon Tea (with Tim)
  • Event Details

    Tea time favourites

    In this hands-on class Tim will show you how to make a range of delightful, contrasting afternoon tea treats. Raspberry Financiers, A Chocolate Delice, and Choux Pastry Cream Puffs. A gentle meander through the world of cake. Learning lots of new techniques as you go.

    Our classes are run in small groups, with each participant having their own workstation, oven, and equipment. We want you to be able to easily replicate the dishes you make when you get home. We, therefore, give you all the recipes to take away and lots of advice on where to source more specialist ingredients and equipment. 

    Covid-19 Keeping you safe

    We have carefully planned how to best run our classes whilst maintaining social distancing. Each attendee has their own cooking station, including their own oven, hob, stand mixer and set of equipment. Our classes run in large commercial kitchen space, so we have lots of room. Each cooking station is separated off from an adjoining station with a screen. We have ample hand washing and hand sanitising stations.

    As it may be difficult to demonstrate technique as close up as we used to, we have set up a new audiovisual system that will show these skills effectively.

    Whilst social distancing measures are in place it is not possible to serve lunch at the end of the class as we always have. However we will still prepare something delicious for you to take away with you.

    We ask that you were face coverings on arrival and whilst cooking but these can be removed during the breaks, as you would do at a restaurant or cafe. 

    Children & Young People

    We very much welcome children and young people coming to our classes. However we are not Ofsted registered so an accompanying adult or carer must come with them. The adult does not need to buy a ticket and can wait in our reception room or be with them, whilst the class continues. However, they need to remain on site throughout. 

    Our tables and equipment are at an adult height so we would not recommend our classes to anyone under the age of 12 attend. However, we are happy for families to make their own minds up about if they feel their child is able to participate fully. We are very happy to talk through this beforehand. Please contact us to discuss if you would like. 

  • £140.00 0 Places Left
  • Sorry, this class is sold out!
  • 07 Nov
  • Cinnamon Buns, Muffins and Pies (with Tim) 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Cinnamon Buns, Muffins and Pies (with Tim)
  • Event Details

    Learn to bake your favourite American classics at home.

    After a macaron (obviously), is there a better cake in the world than a still warm, glazed Cinnamon bun? Delicious! We will show you our favourite recipe. Alongside those, we will make light and fluffy Blueberry Muffins and a scrumptious Apple Pie

    Our classes are run in small groups, with each participant having their own workstation, oven, and equipment. We want you to be able to easily replicate the dishes you make when you get home. We, therefore, give you all the recipes to take away and lots of advice on where to source more specialist ingredients and equipment. 

    Covid-19 Keeping you safe

    We have carefully planned how to best run our classes whilst maintaining social distancing. Each attendee has their own cooking station, including their own oven, hob, stand mixer and set of equipment. Our classes run in large commercial kitchen space, so we have lots of room. Each cooking station is separated off from an adjoining station with a screen. We have ample hand washing and hand sanitising stations.

    As it may be difficult to demonstrate technique as close up as we used to, we have set up a new audiovisual system that will show these skills effectively.

    Whilst social distancing measures are in place it is not possible to serve lunch at the end of the class as we always have. However we will still prepare something delicious for you to take away with you.

    We ask that you were face coverings on arrival and whilst cooking but these can be removed during the breaks, as you would do at a restaurant or cafe. 

    Children & Young People

    We very much welcome children and young people coming to our classes. However we are not Ofsted registered so an accompanying adult or carer must come with them. The adult does not need to buy a ticket and can wait in our reception room or be with them, whilst the class continues. However, they need to remain on site throughout. 

    Our tables and equipment are at an adult height so we would not recommend our classes to anyone under the age of 12 attend. However, we are happy for families to make their own minds up about if they feel their child is able to participate fully. We are very happy to talk through this beforehand. Please contact us to discuss if you would like.   

  • £140.00 0 Places Left
  • Sorry, this class is sold out!
  • 14 Nov
  • Brownies, Cookies & Marshmallows (With Tim) 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Brownies, Cookies & Marshmallows (With Tim)
  • Event Details

    Learn the secret to our best selling cakes.

    In this class,  Tim will show you the secrets to our best selling salted caramel brownies and help you perfect your marshmallow skills. He will also share our favourite cookie recipes and show you how to make marshmallow cookie sandwiches.

    Our classes are run in small groups, with each participant having their own workstation, oven, and equipment. We want you to be able to easily replicate the dishes you make when you get home. We, therefore, give you all the recipes to take away and lots of advice on where to source more specialist ingredients and equipment. 

    Covid-19 Keeping you safe

    We have carefully planned how to best run our classes whilst maintaining social distancing. Each attendee has their own cooking station, including their own oven, hob, stand mixer and set of equipment. Our classes run in large commercial kitchen space, so we have lots of room. Each cooking station is separated off from an adjoining station with a screen. We have ample hand washing and hand sanitising stations.

    As it may be difficult to demonstrate technique as close up as we used to, we have set up a new audiovisual system that will show these skills effectively.

    Whilst social distancing measures are in place it is not possible to serve lunch at the end of the class as we always have. However we will still prepare something delicious for you to take away with you.

    We ask that you were face coverings on arrival and whilst cooking but these can be removed during the breaks, as you would do at a restaurant or cafe. 

    Children & Young People

    We very much welcome children and young people coming to our classes. However we are not Ofsted registered so an accompanying adult or carer must come with them. The adult does not need to buy a ticket and can wait in our reception room or be with them, whilst the class continues. However, they need to remain on site throughout. 

    Our tables and equipment are at an adult height so we would not recommend our classes to anyone under the age of 12 attend. However, we are happy for families to make their own minds up about if they feel their child is able to participate fully. We are very happy to talk through this beforehand. Please contact us to discuss if you would like. 

  • £140.00 4 Places Left
  • Gift Vouchers
  • 21 Nov
  • An Introduction To Macaron Making (With Tim) 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
An Introduction To Macaron Making (With Tim)
  • Event Details

    This hands-on session will help you perfect macarons.

    Macarons are the supermodels of the cake world. At their best, elegant and indefinable delights; at worst, temperamental divas. Once you have learned here how to keep them on the straight and narrow, you will consistently produce a cake that has helped revolutionise modern patisserie.

    This hands-on session will help you perfect macaron shells and a variety of fillings. Tim will cover macarons and fresh fruit-filled large macarons.

    Our classes are run in small groups, with each participant having their own workstation, oven, and equipment. We want you to be able to easily replicate the dishes you make when you get home. We, therefore, give you all the recipes to take away and lots of advice on where to source more specialist ingredients and equipment. 

    Covid-19 Keeping you safe

    We have carefully planned how to best run our classes whilst maintaining social distancing. Each attendee has their own cooking station, including their own oven, hob, stand mixer and set of equipment. Our classes run in large commercial kitchen space, so we have lots of room. Each cooking station is separated off from an adjoining station with a screen. We have ample hand washing and hand sanitising stations.

    As it may be difficult to demonstrate technique as close up as we used to, we have set up a new audiovisual system that will show these skills effectively.

    Whilst social distancing measures are in place it is not possible to serve lunch at the end of the class as we always have. However we will still prepare something delicious for you to take away with you.

    We ask that you were face coverings on arrival and whilst cooking but these can be removed during the breaks, as you would do at a restaurant or cafe. 

    Children & Young People

    We very much welcome children and young people coming to our classes. However we are not Ofsted registered so an accompanying adult or carer must come with them. The adult does not need to buy a ticket and can wait in our reception room or be with them, whilst the class continues. However, they need to remain on site throughout. 

    Our tables and equipment are at an adult height so we would not recommend our classes to anyone under the age of 12 attend. However, we are happy for families to make their own minds up about if they feel their child is able to participate fully. We are very happy to talk through this beforehand. Please contact us to discuss if you would like. 

  • £140.00 0 Places Left
  • Sorry, this class is sold out!
  • 05 Dec
  • An Introduction To Macaron Making (With Tim) 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
An Introduction To Macaron Making (With Tim)
  • Event Details

    This hands-on session will help you perfect macarons.

    Macarons are the supermodels of the cake world. At their best, elegant and indefinable delights; at worst, temperamental divas. Once you have learned here how to keep them on the straight and narrow, you will consistently produce a cake that has helped revolutionise modern patisserie.

    During this hands-on session, Tim will help you perfect macaron shells and a variety of fillings. He will cover macarons and fresh fruit-filled large macarons.

    Our classes are run in small groups, with each participant having their own workstation, oven, and equipment. We want you to be able to easily replicate the dishes you make when you get home. We, therefore, give you all the recipes to take away and lots of advice on where to source more specialist ingredients and equipment. 

    Covid-19 Keeping you safe

    We have carefully planned how to best run our classes whilst maintaining social distancing. Each attendee has their own cooking station, including their own oven, hob, stand mixer and set of equipment. Our classes run in large commercial kitchen space, so we have lots of room. Each cooking station is separated off from an adjoining station with a screen. We have ample hand washing and hand sanitising stations.

    As it may be difficult to demonstrate technique as close up as we used to, we have set up a new audiovisual system that will show these skills effectively.

    Whilst social distancing measures are in place it is not possible to serve lunch at the end of the class as we always have. However we will still prepare something delicious for you to take away with you.

    We ask that you were face coverings on arrival and whilst cooking but these can be removed during the breaks, as you would do at a restaurant or cafe. 

    Children & Young People

    We very much welcome children and young people coming to our classes. However we are not Ofsted registered so an accompanying adult or carer must come with them. The adult does not need to buy a ticket and can wait in our reception room or be with them, whilst the class continues. However, they need to remain on site throughout. 

    Our tables and equipment are at an adult height so we would not recommend our classes to anyone under the age of 12 attend. However, we are happy for families to make their own minds up about if they feel their child is able to participate fully. We are very happy to talk through this beforehand. Please contact us to discuss if you would like. 

  • £140.00 0 Places Left
  • Sorry, this class is sold out!
  • 12 Dec
  • Pork & Pastry 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Pork & Pastry
  • Event Details

    Creating perfect pork pies and sausage rolls.

    Come and join us in a magical pork & pastry journey. Led by Sarah Pettegree (Brays Cottage Pork Pies) and assisted by the Macarons & More team. We will dispel the myths about both hot water crust and puff pastry. You’ll learn how to create Sarah’s delicious and famous pork pies and sausage rolls. This hands-on session will enable you to wow friends and family with your baked porky creations!

    Our classes are run in small groups, with each participant having their own workstation, oven, and equipment. We want you to be able to easily replicate the dishes you make when you get home. We, therefore, give you all the recipes to take away and lots of advice on where to source more specialist ingredients and equipment. 

    Covid-19 Keeping you safe

    We have carefully planned how to best run our classes whilst maintaining social distancing. Each attendee has their own cooking station, including their own oven, hob, stand mixer and set of equipment. Our classes run in large commercial kitchen space, so we have lots of room. Each cooking station is separated off from an adjoining station with a screen. We have ample hand washing and hand sanitising stations.

    As it may be difficult to demonstrate technique as close up as we used to, we have set up a new audiovisual system that will show these skills effectively.

    Whilst social distancing measures are in place it is not possible to serve lunch at the end of the class as we always have. However we will still prepare something delicious for you to take away with you.

    We ask that you were face coverings on arrival and whilst cooking but these can be removed during the breaks, as you would do at a restaurant or cafe. 

    Children & Young People

    We very much welcome children and young people coming to our classes. However we are not Ofsted registered so an accompanying adult or carer must come with them. The adult does not need to buy a ticket and can wait in our reception room or be with them, whilst the class continues. However, they need to remain on site throughout. 

    Our tables and equipment are at an adult height so we would not recommend our classes to anyone under the age of 12 attend. However, we are happy for families to make their own minds up about if they feel their child is able to participate fully. We are very happy to talk through this beforehand. Please contact us to discuss if you would like. 

  • £140.00 3 Places Left
  • Gift Vouchers
  • 09 Jan
  • Pork & Pastry 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Pork & Pastry
  • Event Details

    Creating perfect pork pies and sausage rolls.

    Come and join us in a magical pork & pastry journey. Led by Sarah Pettegree (Brays Cottage Pork Pies) and assisted by the Macarons & More team. We will dispel the myths about both hot water crust and puff pastry. You’ll learn how to create Sarah’s delicious and famous pork pies and sausage rolls. This hands-on session will enable you to wow friends and family with your baked porky creations!

    Our classes are run in small groups, with each participant having their own workstation, oven, and equipment. We want you to be able to easily replicate the dishes you make when you get home. We, therefore, give you all the recipes to take away and lots of advice on where to source more specialist ingredients and equipment. 

    Covid-19 Keeping you safe

    We have carefully planned how to best run our classes whilst maintaining social distancing. Each attendee has their own cooking station, including their own oven, hob, stand mixer and set of equipment. Our classes run in large commercial kitchen space, so we have lots of room. Each cooking station is separated off from an adjoining station with a screen. We have ample hand washing and hand sanitising stations.

    As it may be difficult to demonstrate technique as close up as we used to, we have set up a new audiovisual system that will show these skills effectively.

    Whilst social distancing measures are in place it is not possible to serve lunch at the end of the class as we always have. However we will still prepare something delicious for you to take away with you.

    We ask that you were face coverings on arrival and whilst cooking but these can be removed during the breaks, as you would do at a restaurant or cafe. 

    Children & Young People

    We very much welcome children and young people coming to our classes. However we are not Ofsted registered so an accompanying adult or carer must come with them. The adult does not need to buy a ticket and can wait in our reception room or be with them, whilst the class continues. However, they need to remain on site throughout. 

    Our tables and equipment are at an adult height so we would not recommend our classes to anyone under the age of 12 attend. However, we are happy for families to make their own minds up about if they feel their child is able to participate fully. We are very happy to talk through this beforehand. Please contact us to discuss if you would like. 

  • £140.00 0 Places Left
  • Sorry, this class is sold out!
  • 23 Jan
  • An Introduction To Macaron Making (With Tim) 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
An Introduction To Macaron Making (With Tim)
  • Event Details

    This hands-on session will help you perfect macarons.

    Macarons are the supermodels of the cake world. At their best, elegant and indefinable delights; at worst, temperamental divas. Once you have learned here how to keep them on the straight and narrow, you will consistently produce a cake that has helped revolutionise modern patisserie.

    During this hands-on session Tim will help you perfect macaron shells and a variety of fillings. He will cover macarons and fresh fruit-filled large macarons.

    Our classes are run in small groups, with each participant having their own workstation, oven, and equipment. We want you to be able to easily replicate the dishes you make when you get home. We, therefore, give you all the recipes to take away and lots of advice on where to source more specialist ingredients and equipment. 

    Covid-19 Keeping you safe

    We have carefully planned how to best run our classes whilst maintaining social distancing. Each attendee has their own cooking station, including their own oven, hob, stand mixer and set of equipment. Our classes run in large commercial kitchen space, so we have lots of room. Each cooking station is separated off from an adjoining station with a screen. We have ample hand washing and hand sanitising stations.

    As it may be difficult to demonstrate technique as close up as we used to, we have set up a new audiovisual system that will show these skills effectively.

    Whilst social distancing measures are in place it is not possible to serve lunch at the end of the class as we always have. However we will still prepare something delicious for you to take away with you.

    We ask that you were face coverings on arrival and whilst cooking but these can be removed during the breaks, as you would do at a restaurant or cafe. 

    Children & Young People

    We very much welcome children and young people coming to our classes. However we are not Ofsted registered so an accompanying adult or carer must come with them. The adult does not need to buy a ticket and can wait in our reception room or be with them, whilst the class continues. However, they need to remain on site throughout. 

    Our tables and equipment are at an adult height so we would not recommend our classes to anyone under the age of 12 attend. However, we are happy for families to make their own minds up about if they feel their child is able to participate fully. We are very happy to talk through this beforehand. Please contact us to discuss if you would like. 

  • £140.00 0 Places Left
  • Sorry, this class is sold out!
  • 13 Feb
  • An Introduction To Macaron Making (With Tim) 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
An Introduction To Macaron Making (With Tim)
  • Event Details

    This hands-on session will help you perfect macarons.

    Macarons are the supermodels of the cake world. At their best, elegant and indefinable delights; at worst, temperamental divas. Once you have learned here how to keep them on the straight and narrow, you will consistently produce a cake that has helped revolutionise modern patisserie.

    During this hands-on session Tim will help you perfect macaron shells and a variety of fillings. He will cover macarons and fresh fruit-filled large macarons.

    Our classes are run in small groups, with each participant having their own workstation, oven, and equipment. We want you to be able to easily replicate the dishes you make when you get home. We, therefore, give you all the recipes to take away and lots of advice on where to source more specialist ingredients and equipment. 

    Covid-19 Keeping you safe

    We have carefully planned how to best run our classes whilst maintaining social distancing. Each attendee has their own cooking station, including their own oven, hob, stand mixer and set of equipment. Our classes run in large commercial kitchen space, so we have lots of room. Each cooking station is separated off from an adjoining station with a screen. We have ample hand washing and hand sanitising stations.

    As it may be difficult to demonstrate technique as close up as we used to, we have set up a new audiovisual system that will show these skills effectively.

    Whilst social distancing measures are in place it is not possible to serve lunch at the end of the class as we always have. However we will still prepare something delicious for you to take away with you.

    We ask that you were face coverings on arrival and whilst cooking but these can be removed during the breaks, as you would do at a restaurant or cafe. 

    Children & Young People

    We very much welcome children and young people coming to our classes. However we are not Ofsted registered so an accompanying adult or carer must come with them. The adult does not need to buy a ticket and can wait in our reception room or be with them, whilst the class continues. However, they need to remain on site throughout. 

    Our tables and equipment are at an adult height so we would not recommend our classes to anyone under the age of 12 attend. However, we are happy for families to make their own minds up about if they feel their child is able to participate fully. We are very happy to talk through this beforehand. Please contact us to discuss if you would like. 

  • £140.00 0 Places Left
  • Sorry, this class is sold out!
  • 27 Feb
  • Brownies, Cookies & Marshmallows (With Tim) 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Brownies, Cookies & Marshmallows (With Tim)
  • Event Details

    Learn the secret to our best selling cakes.

    In this class,  Tim will show you the secrets to our best selling salted caramel brownies and help you perfect your marshmallow skills. He will also share our favourite cookie recipes and show you how to make marshmallow cookie sandwiches.

    Our classes are run in small groups, with each participant having their own workstation, oven, and equipment. We want you to be able to easily replicate the dishes you make when you get home. We, therefore, give you all the recipes to take away and lots of advice on where to source more specialist ingredients and equipment. 

    Covid-19 Keeping you safe

    We have carefully planned how to best run our classes whilst maintaining social distancing. Each attendee has their own cooking station, including their own oven, hob, stand mixer and set of equipment. Our classes run in large commercial kitchen space, so we have lots of room. Each cooking station is separated off from an adjoining station with a screen. We have ample hand washing and hand sanitising stations.

    As it may be difficult to demonstrate technique as close up as we used to, we have set up a new audiovisual system that will show these skills effectively.

    Whilst social distancing measures are in place it is not possible to serve lunch at the end of the class as we always have. However we will still prepare something delicious for you to take away with you.

    We ask that you were face coverings on arrival and whilst cooking but these can be removed during the breaks, as you would do at a restaurant or cafe. 

    Children & Young People

    We very much welcome children and young people coming to our classes. However we are not Ofsted registered so an accompanying adult or carer must come with them. The adult does not need to buy a ticket and can wait in our reception room or be with them, whilst the class continues. However, they need to remain on site throughout. 

    Our tables and equipment are at an adult height so we would not recommend our classes to anyone under the age of 12 attend. However, we are happy for families to make their own minds up about if they feel their child is able to participate fully. We are very happy to talk through this beforehand. Please contact us to discuss if you would like. 

  • £140.00 8 Places Left
  • Gift Vouchers
  • 20 Mar
  • An Introduction To Macaron Making (With Tim) 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
An Introduction To Macaron Making (With Tim)
  • Event Details

    This hands-on session will help you perfect macarons.

    Macarons are the supermodels of the cake world. At their best, elegant and indefinable delights; at worst, temperamental divas. Once you have learned here how to keep them on the straight and narrow, you will consistently produce a cake that has helped revolutionise modern patisserie.

    During this hands-on session Tim will help you perfect macaron shells and a variety of fillings. He will cover macarons and fresh fruit-filled large macarons.

    Our classes are run in small groups, with each participant having their own workstation, oven, and equipment. We want you to be able to easily replicate the dishes you make when you get home. We, therefore, give you all the recipes to take away and lots of advice on where to source more specialist ingredients and equipment. 

    Covid-19 Keeping you safe

    We have carefully planned how to best run our classes whilst maintaining social distancing. Each attendee has their own cooking station, including their own oven, hob, stand mixer and set of equipment. Our classes run in large commercial kitchen space, so we have lots of room. Each cooking station is separated off from an adjoining station with a screen. We have ample hand washing and hand sanitising stations.

    As it may be difficult to demonstrate technique as close up as we used to, we have set up a new audiovisual system that will show these skills effectively.

    Whilst social distancing measures are in place it is not possible to serve lunch at the end of the class as we always have. However we will still prepare something delicious for you to take away with you.

    We ask that you were face coverings on arrival and whilst cooking but these can be removed during the breaks, as you would do at a restaurant or cafe. 

    Children & Young People

    We very much welcome children and young people coming to our classes. However we are not Ofsted registered so an accompanying adult or carer must come with them. The adult does not need to buy a ticket and can wait in our reception room or be with them, whilst the class continues. However, they need to remain on site throughout. 

    Our tables and equipment are at an adult height so we would not recommend our classes to anyone under the age of 12 attend. However, we are happy for families to make their own minds up about if they feel their child is able to participate fully. We are very happy to talk through this beforehand. Please contact us to discuss if you would like. 

  • £140.00 0 Places Left
  • Sorry, this class is sold out!
  • 03 Apr
  • An Introduction To Macaron Making (With Tim) 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
An Introduction To Macaron Making (With Tim)
  • Event Details

    This hands-on session will help you perfect macarons.

    Macarons are the supermodels of the cake world. At their best, elegant and indefinable delights; at worst, temperamental divas. Once you have learned here how to keep them on the straight and narrow, you will consistently produce a cake that has helped revolutionise modern patisserie.

    During this hands-on session, Tim will help you perfect macaron shells and a variety of fillings. He will cover macarons and fresh fruit-filled large macarons.

    Our classes are run in small groups, with each participant having their own workstation, oven, and equipment. We want you to be able to easily replicate the dishes you make when you get home. We, therefore, give you all the recipes to take away and lots of advice on where to source more specialist ingredients and equipment. 

    Covid-19 Keeping you safe

    We have carefully planned how to best run our classes whilst maintaining social distancing. Each attendee has their own cooking station, including their own oven, hob, stand mixer and set of equipment. Our classes run in large commercial kitchen space, so we have lots of room. Each cooking station is separated off from an adjoining station with a screen. We have ample hand washing and hand sanitising stations.

    As it may be difficult to demonstrate technique as close up as we used to, we have set up a new audiovisual system that will show these skills effectively.

    Whilst social distancing measures are in place it is not possible to serve lunch at the end of the class as we always have. However we will still prepare something delicious for you to take away with you.

    We ask that you were face coverings on arrival and whilst cooking but these can be removed during the breaks, as you would do at a restaurant or cafe. 

    Children & Young People

    We very much welcome children and young people coming to our classes. However we are not Ofsted registered so an accompanying adult or carer must come with them. The adult does not need to buy a ticket and can wait in our reception room or be with them, whilst the class continues. However, they need to remain on site throughout. 

    Our tables and equipment are at an adult height so we would not recommend our classes to anyone under the age of 12 attend. However, we are happy for families to make their own minds up about if they feel their child is able to participate fully. We are very happy to talk through this beforehand. Please contact us to discuss if you would like. 

  • £140.00 8 Places Left
  • Gift Vouchers
  • 08 May
  • An Introduction To Macaron Making (With Tim) 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
An Introduction To Macaron Making (With Tim)
  • Event Details

    This hands-on session will help you perfect macarons.

    Macarons are the supermodels of the cake world. At their best, elegant and indefinable delights; at worst, temperamental divas. Once you have learned here how to keep them on the straight and narrow, you will consistently produce a cake that has helped revolutionise modern patisserie.

    During this hands-on session, Tim will help you perfect macaron shells and a variety of fillings. He will cover macarons and fresh fruit-filled large macarons.

    Our classes are run in small groups, with each participant having their own workstation, oven, and equipment. We want you to be able to easily replicate the dishes you make when you get home. We, therefore, give you all the recipes to take away and lots of advice on where to source more specialist ingredients and equipment. 

    Covid-19 Keeping you safe

    We have carefully planned how to best run our classes whilst maintaining social distancing. Each attendee has their own cooking station, including their own oven, hob, stand mixer and set of equipment. Our classes run in large commercial kitchen space, so we have lots of room. Each cooking station is separated off from an adjoining station with a screen. We have ample hand washing and hand sanitising stations.

    As it may be difficult to demonstrate technique as close up as we used to, we have set up a new audiovisual system that will show these skills effectively.

    Whilst social distancing measures are in place it is not possible to serve lunch at the end of the class as we always have. However we will still prepare something delicious for you to take away with you.

    We ask that you were face coverings on arrival and whilst cooking but these can be removed during the breaks, as you would do at a restaurant or cafe. 

    Children & Young People

    We very much welcome children and young people coming to our classes. However we are not Ofsted registered so an accompanying adult or carer must come with them. The adult does not need to buy a ticket and can wait in our reception room or be with them, whilst the class continues. However, they need to remain on site throughout. 

    Our tables and equipment are at an adult height so we would not recommend our classes to anyone under the age of 12 attend. However, we are happy for families to make their own minds up about if they feel their child is able to participate fully. We are very happy to talk through this beforehand. Please contact us to discuss if you would like. 

  • £140.00 8 Places Left
  • Gift Vouchers
  • 22 May
  • Brownies, Cookies & Marshmallows (With Tim) 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Brownies, Cookies & Marshmallows (With Tim)
  • Event Details

    Learn the secret to our best selling cakes.

    In this class,  Tim will show you the secrets to our best selling salted caramel brownies and help you perfect your marshmallow skills. He will also share our favourite cookie recipes and show you how to make marshmallow cookie sandwiches.

    Our classes are run in small groups, with each participant having their own workstation, oven, and equipment. We want you to be able to easily replicate the dishes you make when you get home. We, therefore, give you all the recipes to take away and lots of advice on where to source more specialist ingredients and equipment. 

    Covid-19 Keeping you safe

    We have carefully planned how to best run our classes whilst maintaining social distancing. Each attendee has their own cooking station, including their own oven, hob, stand mixer and set of equipment. Our classes run in large commercial kitchen space, so we have lots of room. Each cooking station is separated off from an adjoining station with a screen. We have ample hand washing and hand sanitising stations.

    As it may be difficult to demonstrate technique as close up as we used to, we have set up a new audiovisual system that will show these skills effectively.

    Whilst social distancing measures are in place it is not possible to serve lunch at the end of the class as we always have. However we will still prepare something delicious for you to take away with you.

    We ask that you were face coverings on arrival and whilst cooking but these can be removed during the breaks, as you would do at a restaurant or cafe. 

    Children & Young People

    We very much welcome children and young people coming to our classes. However we are not Ofsted registered so an accompanying adult or carer must come with them. The adult does not need to buy a ticket and can wait in our reception room or be with them, whilst the class continues. However, they need to remain on site throughout. 

    Our tables and equipment are at an adult height so we would not recommend our classes to anyone under the age of 12 attend. However, we are happy for families to make their own minds up about if they feel their child is able to participate fully. We are very happy to talk through this beforehand. Please contact us to discuss if you would like. 

  • £140.00 8 Places Left
  • Gift Vouchers
  • 05 Jun
  • An Introduction To Macaron Making (With Tim) 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
An Introduction To Macaron Making (With Tim)
  • Event Details

    This hands-on session will help you perfect macarons.

    Macarons are the supermodels of the cake world. At their best, elegant and indefinable delights; at worst, temperamental divas. Once you have learned here how to keep them on the straight and narrow, you will consistently produce a cake that has helped revolutionise modern patisserie.

    During this hands-on session, Tim will help you perfect macaron shells and a variety of fillings. He will cover macarons and fresh fruit-filled large macarons.

    Our classes are run in small groups, with each participant having their own workstation, oven, and equipment. We want you to be able to easily replicate the dishes you make when you get home. We, therefore, give you all the recipes to take away and lots of advice on where to source more specialist ingredients and equipment. 

    Covid-19 Keeping you safe

    We have carefully planned how to best run our classes whilst maintaining social distancing. Each attendee has their own cooking station, including their own oven, hob, stand mixer and set of equipment. Our classes run in large commercial kitchen space, so we have lots of room. Each cooking station is separated off from an adjoining station with a screen. We have ample hand washing and hand sanitising stations.

    As it may be difficult to demonstrate technique as close up as we used to, we have set up a new audiovisual system that will show these skills effectively.

    Whilst social distancing measures are in place it is not possible to serve lunch at the end of the class as we always have. However we will still prepare something delicious for you to take away with you.

    We ask that you were face coverings on arrival and whilst cooking but these can be removed during the breaks, as you would do at a restaurant or cafe. 

    Children & Young People

    We very much welcome children and young people coming to our classes. However we are not Ofsted registered so an accompanying adult or carer must come with them. The adult does not need to buy a ticket and can wait in our reception room or be with them, whilst the class continues. However, they need to remain on site throughout. 

    Our tables and equipment are at an adult height so we would not recommend our classes to anyone under the age of 12 attend. However, we are happy for families to make their own minds up about if they feel their child is able to participate fully. We are very happy to talk through this beforehand. Please contact us to discuss if you would like. 

  • £140.00 8 Places Left
  • Gift Vouchers
  • 04 Sep
  • An Introduction To Macaron Making (With Tim) 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
An Introduction To Macaron Making (With Tim)
  • Event Details

    This hands-on session will help you perfect macarons.

    Macarons are the supermodels of the cake world. At their best, elegant and indefinable delights; at worst, temperamental divas. Once you have learned here how to keep them on the straight and narrow, you will consistently produce a cake that has helped revolutionise modern patisserie.

    During this hands-on session, Tim will help you perfect macaron shells and a variety of fillings. He will cover macarons and fresh fruit-filled large macarons.

    Our classes are run in small groups, with each participant having their own workstation, oven, and equipment. We want you to be able to easily replicate the dishes you make when you get home. We, therefore, give you all the recipes to take away and lots of advice on where to source more specialist ingredients and equipment. 

    Covid-19 Keeping you safe

    We have carefully planned how to best run our classes whilst maintaining social distancing. Each attendee has their own cooking station, including their own oven, hob, stand mixer and set of equipment. Our classes run in large commercial kitchen space, so we have lots of room. Each cooking station is separated off from an adjoining station with a screen. We have ample hand washing and hand sanitising stations.

    As it may be difficult to demonstrate technique as close up as we used to, we have set up a new audiovisual system that will show these skills effectively.

    Whilst social distancing measures are in place it is not possible to serve lunch at the end of the class as we always have. However we will still prepare something delicious for you to take away with you.

    We ask that you were face coverings on arrival and whilst cooking but these can be removed during the breaks, as you would do at a restaurant or cafe. 

    Children & Young People

    We very much welcome children and young people coming to our classes. However we are not Ofsted registered so an accompanying adult or carer must come with them. The adult does not need to buy a ticket and can wait in our reception room or be with them, whilst the class continues. However, they need to remain on site throughout. 

    Our tables and equipment are at an adult height so we would not recommend our classes to anyone under the age of 12 attend. However, we are happy for families to make their own minds up about if they feel their child is able to participate fully. We are very happy to talk through this beforehand. Please contact us to discuss if you would like. 

  • £140.00 8 Places Left
  • Gift Vouchers
  • 25 Sep
  • Croissants & Danish Pastries (With Tim) 9:00am - 2:00pm
Croissants & Danish Pastries (With Tim)
  • Event Details

    Croissants, Pain au Chocolate and Pastries

    In this hands-on class you will learn how to make a laminated dough. You will then create 3 different pastries - The Croissant, Pain au Chocolate and fruit filled Danish Pastry. 

    Our classes are run in small groups, with each participant having their own workstation, oven, and equipment. We want you to be able to easily replicate the dishes you make when you get home. We, therefore, give you all the recipes to take away and lots of advice on where to source more specialist ingredients and equipment. 

    Covid-19 Keeping you safe

    We have carefully planned how to best run our classes whilst maintaining social distancing. Each attendee has their own cooking station, including their own oven, hob, stand mixer and set of equipment. Our classes run in large commercial kitchen space, so we have lots of room. Each cooking station is separated off from an adjoining station with a screen. We have ample hand washing and hand sanitising stations.

    As it may be difficult to demonstrate technique as close up as we used to, we have set up a new audiovisual system that will show these skills effectively.

    Whilst social distancing measures are in place it is not possible to serve lunch at the end of the class as we always have. However we will still prepare something delicious for you to take away with you.

    We ask that you were face coverings on arrival and whilst cooking but these can be removed during the breaks, as you would do at a restaurant or cafe. 

    Children & Young People

    We very much welcome children and young people coming to our classes. However we are not Ofsted registered so an accompanying adult or carer must come with them. The adult does not need to buy a ticket and can wait in our reception room or be with them, whilst the class continues. However, they need to remain on site throughout. 

    Our tables and equipment are at an adult height so we would not recommend our classes to anyone under the age of 12 attend. However, we are happy for families to make their own minds up about if they feel their child is able to participate fully. We are very happy to talk through this beforehand. Please contact us to discuss if you would like.   

  • £140.00 8 Places Left
  • Gift Vouchers
  • 02 Oct
  • An Introduction To Macaron Making (With Tim) 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
An Introduction To Macaron Making (With Tim)
  • Event Details

    This hands-on session will help you perfect macarons.

    Macarons are the supermodels of the cake world. At their best, elegant and indefinable delights; at worst, temperamental divas. Once you have learned here how to keep them on the straight and narrow, you will consistently produce a cake that has helped revolutionise modern patisserie.

    During this hands-on session, Tim will help you perfect macaron shells and a variety of fillings. He will cover macarons and fresh fruit-filled large macarons.

    Our classes are run in small groups, with each participant having their own workstation, oven, and equipment. We want you to be able to easily replicate the dishes you make when you get home. We, therefore, give you all the recipes to take away and lots of advice on where to source more specialist ingredients and equipment. 

    Covid-19 Keeping you safe

    We have carefully planned how to best run our classes whilst maintaining social distancing. Each attendee has their own cooking station, including their own oven, hob, stand mixer and set of equipment. Our classes run in large commercial kitchen space, so we have lots of room. Each cooking station is separated off from an adjoining station with a screen. We have ample hand washing and hand sanitising stations.

    As it may be difficult to demonstrate technique as close up as we used to, we have set up a new audiovisual system that will show these skills effectively.

    Whilst social distancing measures are in place it is not possible to serve lunch at the end of the class as we always have. However we will still prepare something delicious for you to take away with you.

    We ask that you were face coverings on arrival and whilst cooking but these can be removed during the breaks, as you would do at a restaurant or cafe. 

    Children & Young People

    We very much welcome children and young people coming to our classes. However we are not Ofsted registered so an accompanying adult or carer must come with them. The adult does not need to buy a ticket and can wait in our reception room or be with them, whilst the class continues. However, they need to remain on site throughout. 

    Our tables and equipment are at an adult height so we would not recommend our classes to anyone under the age of 12 attend. However, we are happy for families to make their own minds up about if they feel their child is able to participate fully. We are very happy to talk through this beforehand. Please contact us to discuss if you would like. 

  • £140.00 8 Places Left
  • Gift Vouchers
  • 06 Nov
  • An Introduction To Macaron Making (With Tim) 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
An Introduction To Macaron Making (With Tim)
  • Event Details

    This hands-on session will help you perfect macarons.

    Macarons are the supermodels of the cake world. At their best, elegant and indefinable delights; at worst, temperamental divas. Once you have learned here how to keep them on the straight and narrow, you will consistently produce a cake that has helped revolutionise modern patisserie.

    During this hands-on session, Tim will help you perfect macaron shells and a variety of fillings. He will cover macarons and fresh fruit-filled large macarons.

    Our classes are run in small groups, with each participant having their own workstation, oven, and equipment. We want you to be able to easily replicate the dishes you make when you get home. We, therefore, give you all the recipes to take away and lots of advice on where to source more specialist ingredients and equipment. 

    Covid-19 Keeping you safe

    We have carefully planned how to best run our classes whilst maintaining social distancing. Each attendee has their own cooking station, including their own oven, hob, stand mixer and set of equipment. Our classes run in large commercial kitchen space, so we have lots of room. Each cooking station is separated off from an adjoining station with a screen. We have ample hand washing and hand sanitising stations.

    As it may be difficult to demonstrate technique as close up as we used to, we have set up a new audiovisual system that will show these skills effectively.

    Whilst social distancing measures are in place it is not possible to serve lunch at the end of the class as we always have. However we will still prepare something delicious for you to take away with you.

    We ask that you were face coverings on arrival and whilst cooking but these can be removed during the breaks, as you would do at a restaurant or cafe. 

    Children & Young People

    We very much welcome children and young people coming to our classes. However we are not Ofsted registered so an accompanying adult or carer must come with them. The adult does not need to buy a ticket and can wait in our reception room or be with them, whilst the class continues. However, they need to remain on site throughout. 

    Our tables and equipment are at an adult height so we would not recommend our classes to anyone under the age of 12 attend. However, we are happy for families to make their own minds up about if they feel their child is able to participate fully. We are very happy to talk through this beforehand. Please contact us to discuss if you would like. 

  • £140.00 8 Places Left
  • Gift Vouchers
  • 20 Nov
  • Cinnamon Buns, Muffins and Pies (with Tim) 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Cinnamon Buns, Muffins and Pies (with Tim)
  • Event Details

    Learn to bake your favourite American classics at home.

    After a macaron (obviously), is there a better cake in the world than a still warm, glazed Cinnamon bun? Delicious! We will show you our favourite recipe. Alongside those, we will make light and fluffy Blueberry Muffins and a scrumptious Apple Pie

    Our classes are run in small groups, with each participant having their own workstation, oven, and equipment. We want you to be able to easily replicate the dishes you make when you get home. We, therefore, give you all the recipes to take away and lots of advice on where to source more specialist ingredients and equipment. 

    Covid-19 Keeping you safe

    We have carefully planned how to best run our classes whilst maintaining social distancing. Each attendee has their own cooking station, including their own oven, hob, stand mixer and set of equipment. Our classes run in large commercial kitchen space, so we have lots of room. Each cooking station is separated off from an adjoining station with a screen. We have ample hand washing and hand sanitising stations.

    As it may be difficult to demonstrate technique as close up as we used to, we have set up a new audiovisual system that will show these skills effectively.

    Whilst social distancing measures are in place it is not possible to serve lunch at the end of the class as we always have. However we will still prepare something delicious for you to take away with you.

    We ask that you were face coverings on arrival and whilst cooking but these can be removed during the breaks, as you would do at a restaurant or cafe. 

    Children & Young People

    We very much welcome children and young people coming to our classes. However we are not Ofsted registered so an accompanying adult or carer must come with them. The adult does not need to buy a ticket and can wait in our reception room or be with them, whilst the class continues. However, they need to remain on site throughout. 

    Our tables and equipment are at an adult height so we would not recommend our classes to anyone under the age of 12 attend. However, we are happy for families to make their own minds up about if they feel their child is able to participate fully. We are very happy to talk through this beforehand. Please contact us to discuss if you would like.   

  • £140.00 8 Places Left
  • Gift Vouchers
  • 04 Dec
  • An Introduction To Macaron Making (With Tim) 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
An Introduction To Macaron Making (With Tim)
  • Event Details

    This hands-on session will help you perfect macarons.

    Macarons are the supermodels of the cake world. At their best, elegant and indefinable delights; at worst, temperamental divas. Once you have learned here how to keep them on the straight and narrow, you will consistently produce a cake that has helped revolutionise modern patisserie.

    During this hands-on session, Tim will help you perfect macaron shells and a variety of fillings. He will cover macarons and fresh fruit-filled large macarons.

    Our classes are run in small groups, with each participant having their own workstation, oven, and equipment. We want you to be able to easily replicate the dishes you make when you get home. We, therefore, give you all the recipes to take away and lots of advice on where to source more specialist ingredients and equipment. 

    Covid-19 Keeping you safe

    We have carefully planned how to best run our classes whilst maintaining social distancing. Each attendee has their own cooking station, including their own oven, hob, stand mixer and set of equipment. Our classes run in large commercial kitchen space, so we have lots of room. Each cooking station is separated off from an adjoining station with a screen. We have ample hand washing and hand sanitising stations.

    As it may be difficult to demonstrate technique as close up as we used to, we have set up a new audiovisual system that will show these skills effectively.

    Whilst social distancing measures are in place it is not possible to serve lunch at the end of the class as we always have. However we will still prepare something delicious for you to take away with you.

    We ask that you were face coverings on arrival and whilst cooking but these can be removed during the breaks, as you would do at a restaurant or cafe. 

    Children & Young People

    We very much welcome children and young people coming to our classes. However we are not Ofsted registered so an accompanying adult or carer must come with them. The adult does not need to buy a ticket and can wait in our reception room or be with them, whilst the class continues. However, they need to remain on site throughout. 

    Our tables and equipment are at an adult height so we would not recommend our classes to anyone under the age of 12 attend. However, we are happy for families to make their own minds up about if they feel their child is able to participate fully. We are very happy to talk through this beforehand. Please contact us to discuss if you would like. 

  • £140.00 8 Places Left
  • Gift Vouchers
  • 11 Dec
  • An Introduction To Macaron Making (With Tim) 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
An Introduction To Macaron Making (With Tim)
  • Event Details

    This hands-on session will help you perfect macarons.

    Macarons are the supermodels of the cake world. At their best, elegant and indefinable delights; at worst, temperamental divas. Once you have learned here how to keep them on the straight and narrow, you will consistently produce a cake that has helped revolutionise modern patisserie.

    During this hands-on session, Tim will help you perfect macaron shells and a variety of fillings. He will cover macarons and fresh fruit-filled large macarons.

    Our classes are run in small groups, with each participant having their own workstation, oven, and equipment. We want you to be able to easily replicate the dishes you make when you get home. We, therefore, give you all the recipes to take away and lots of advice on where to source more specialist ingredients and equipment. 

    Covid-19 Keeping you safe

    We have carefully planned how to best run our classes whilst maintaining social distancing. Each attendee has their own cooking station, including their own oven, hob, stand mixer and set of equipment. Our classes run in large commercial kitchen space, so we have lots of room. Each cooking station is separated off from an adjoining station with a screen. We have ample hand washing and hand sanitising stations.

    As it may be difficult to demonstrate technique as close up as we used to, we have set up a new audiovisual system that will show these skills effectively.

    Whilst social distancing measures are in place it is not possible to serve lunch at the end of the class as we always have. However we will still prepare something delicious for you to take away with you.

    We ask that you were face coverings on arrival and whilst cooking but these can be removed during the breaks, as you would do at a restaurant or cafe. 

    Children & Young People

    We very much welcome children and young people coming to our classes. However we are not Ofsted registered so an accompanying adult or carer must come with them. The adult does not need to buy a ticket and can wait in our reception room or be with them, whilst the class continues. However, they need to remain on site throughout. 

    Our tables and equipment are at an adult height so we would not recommend our classes to anyone under the age of 12 attend. However, we are happy for families to make their own minds up about if they feel their child is able to participate fully. We are very happy to talk through this beforehand. Please contact us to discuss if you would like. 

  • £140.00 8 Places Left
  • Gift Vouchers