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Puff Pastry is now SOLD OUT.
If you are interested in taking part in a future course, please fill out your details below and you'll be one of the first to know when tickets are released and bookings open.
Master the art of making delicate puff pastry – right in your very own kitchen!
Puff Pastry is a fun and accessible 2-week online course where you will learn all there is to know about making puff pastry (also known as mille feuilles) – all from your very own kitchen.
This course is made up of a combination of a virtual live demonstration (which will be recorded so you can watch it again or in your own time) and printable recipe and information sheets that you can study at your own pace ensuring that you gain the confidence and skill – and conquer the fear! – of baking your own delicious puff at home.
Anneka Manning will guide you through the course and share her more than 30 years of baking experience, knowledge and research, as well as all of her practical and handy tips and tricks. You will also have access to a closed Facebook group where you will be able to ask Anneka any questions that arise and be able to troubleshoot while you practise your pastry baking throughout the 2-week course.
At the end of this course, you will walk away with all the knowledge, skill and confidence you need to be able to bake your own divine puff pastry at home and never rely on store-bought pastry again.
17th September – 1st October 2021
If these dates don't work for you, you can still enrol and take part in the course in your own time.
If you are interested in joining a future course, please fill out your details at the bottom of this page and you'll be one of the first to know when dates are released.
Ticket numbers are limited for this course so that Anneka can thoroughly answer your baking questions during the live session and provide lots of personal feedback via the Facebook page throughout the course.
How will the course work?
This course is made up of 3 key components:
1. Live demonstration:
The live component of this course will take place on Saturday 18th September 2021 Australian Eastern Standard Time (UTC+10:00) via Zoom.
During the live session, Anneka will demonstrate the process of making puff pastry and you will have the opportunity to bake along with her. This session will be recorded so you can look back at it as often as you like or watch it in your own time if you happen to miss it.
2. Recipes and resources:
The live session will be supported by printable recipes and resources which you can study and work through at your own pace. This will include additional recipes which you are encouraged to practise in your own time during the remainder of the course.
3. Closed Facebook Group
An integral part of the course will be the closed Facebook group. It will be the place where you can ask Anneka any questions that come up as well as troubleshoot any issues that arise during the course. It is also a place where you can share your experience with other like-minded bakers doing the course along with you. This group will be open for questions and feedback for the duration of the course but you will be able to refer back to the content for up to 6 months after the course finishes.
Who is this course suitable for?
This course is aimed at intermediate to experienced bakers. We highly recommend that you complete our Shortcrust Pastry online course before taking part in this course.
As this course is completed online, it is suitable for students from all over the world.
Please note: the live component of this class will take place in Australian Eastern Standard Time (UTC+10:00).
So, is this course for me?
- Have you always wanted to make your own puff pastry from scratch but been too afraid to try it by yourself?
- Would you like to learn a new technique and expand your baking skills?
- Are you unable to get to one of Anneka's face-to-face classes but would still love to join her in her own kitchen and receive direct feedback and advice from her?
- Do you want to be surrounded by like-minded bakers and have the opportunity to share your love of baking with them?
If any of these sound like you, then this course is the one for you!
What will I get?
- A 2.5-hour virtual live baking demonstration (which will take place on Zoom and will be recorded) where you will learn and bake along with Anneka Manning through the process of making your own puff pastry
- Access to a closed Facebook group where you will be able to ask Anneka any questions that come up during the course, as well as personal and timely baking advice, guidance and inspiration
- A chance to learn about making your own puff pastry surrounded (virtually) by like-minded people
- Membership to BakeClub's exclusive The Kitchen Table online group
- A thorough understanding of the pastry-making process and how to apply what you’ve learnt to be able to troubleshoot in the future and ensure baking success
- Invaluable printable information sheets and recipes
- Baking confidence, knowledge and skill to use regularly at home
How will I get the most out of this course?
To get the most out of this course, you need to set aside the time to attend the live session with Anneka, read the support material supplied and practise your baking over the duration of the course. The live session will be recorded so it will be available to watch at any time if you are unable to attend. However, we do recommend baking along to get the most out of the course.
We do understand that life sometimes gets in the way so the content and live session video recording will be available for 6 months after the completion of the course. However, access to Anneka via the Facebook group will only be available to students for the duration of the course.
What if the dates don't suit me? Can I still enrol in the course?
If the dates of the course don't work for you, you can still enrol and take part in the course in your own time. While you may miss out on the Live Session, it will be recorded and will be available to watch for 6 months after the end of the course. The course material, including all of the resources and recipes, will also be available to you for 6 months. You will be able to access the closed Facebook group but it is only open for questions and feedback for the duration of the course (17th September – 1st October 2021).
Do I have to use Facebook to take part in the course?
An important part of this course is the closed Facebook group which allows you to share your experience, receive timely support and generally communicate with Anneka and the other students.
If you are not a Facebook user, or you’re apprehensive about joining the group, the course can still be completed without being a member however we do find that our students will get more from the course if they do participate. The more you get involved with the group and share your experiences, the more value it will add to your experience.