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Hey Toronto, want to learn more about our 3 New Baking Classes?

Hey Toronto, want to learn more about our 3 New Baking Classes?

Want to learn more about our 3 New Baking Classes?

We are thrilled to announce 3 new and delicious classes to make your spring more delicious.  


  • Focaccia Class -Did you know, the name focaccia derives from the Roman “panis focacius,” meaning “hearth bread”; focaccia was traditionally baked in coals giving it a rustic flavour. This Italian bread with its airy texture is versatile with simple herbs or elaborate toppings, perfect for a great meal.
  • Tiramisu Class– Have you ever tried Tiramisu? Meaning “cheer me up”, the iconic Italian masterpiece with its layers of espresso-soaked ladyfingers, velvety mascarpone cheese and cocoa originated in the mid-1900s. This delicious dessert continues to captivate taste buds worldwide with its rich, delightful flavours and timeless appeal. Trust me, you can’t have just one spoonful. 

  • Churros and Crullers Class 

Explore churros with our amazing Chefs; the yummy fried dough with origins from Spanish and Portuguese cuisine  are crispy on the outside, tender on the inside and dusted with cinnamon sugar. These treats are enjoyed with dipping sauces like chocolate or dulce de leche. Churros are never a bad idea, yum. 

  • Crullers have an airy texture and are twisted to perfection. Did you know the name cruller comes from the early 19th-century Dutch kruller, from krullen 'to curl'? They are defined as a small cake made of rich, sweetened dough twisted or curled and fried in deep fat. A French Cruller has a soft, airy texture with a pleasant light “egg-like” flavor and the centre of the French Cruller is wet with a crunchy exterior.

This class is gaining in popularity and is great for those who have taken our doughnut class and want to know more about this style of dessert. 

So get out your calendars and book yourself in for these 3 classes, bring 1 friend and you get one class for free. Our Buy 3 Classes and Get 1 Free offer is on and automatically added at checkout. 

Focaccia Dates

Tiramisu Masterclass Dates

 Churros and Crullers Date                           

Location: 12 Sousa Mendes Street, Toronto
TTC Stop: Dundas West (Bloor Line)

 See you in class soon,