CLASSES: Cinnamon Morning Bun Rounds
January 30 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am
Cinnamon Morning Buns
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Wednesday, January 30
9:30a.m. – 11:00a.m.
Neighborhood: Pine Creek, which is the very north side of Colorado Springs. Exact address provided when registration is complete.
Here’s your chance to shape, fill, and bake the same addictive Cinnamon Morning Buns that I sell at my farmer’s market booth! It took me two years to perfect the cinnamon-sugar recipe for these Morning Buns, but I’m willing to share my secrets in this class.
Students will learn how to roll the pre-made croissant dough that I provide, fill, then shape these treats in class. To save time AND money, students will then take home their creations to finish the rising, glazing, and baking process off-site. Students must have access to an oven from approximately 12:30 – 1:30 on the day of class.
No experience with croissants is necessary for this class. Please note that our focus will be on rolling, filling, and shaping the croissant dough into morning buns; we will not review dough preparation, ingredients, or anything else related to croissant dough. For this information, please enroll in my signature course, “Learn To Make Croissants.”
ADDITIONAL NOTE: Students must bring 1 cookie pan or baking sheet from home for this course. This is because you will take home your rising morning buns on your own baking sheet, ready to pop into your own oven.
Introductory Price: $49.00
Photo Credit: This photo was taken for my cookbook, “French Brunch At Home” (available at www.lepetitcroissant.com), by local blogger Shannon Ketchum of KetchumKitchen.com