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Learn To Bake With Pate A Choux For Basic Cream Puffs For Older Students
This is the basic recipe for baking cream puffs using the classic french pastry- Pate a Choux. We will talk about and learn how to use this recipe many different ways, such as with eclairs, ice cream sandwiches etc.
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In this LIVE class you will learn how to make cream puffs with this step-by-step tutorial. Cream puffs are delicate pastry shells made from choux pastry (pate a choux). The pastries or “shells” can be then filled with whipped cream or even a creamy filling like pastry cream. The filling can be piped into the shell or the shell can be cut in half and then filled. Choux pastry, also known as pate a choux, is a classic French pastry batter used to make all kinds of things including cream...
Students will be able to bake cream puffs with a whipped cream. If time permits I can show them extra fillings and how to make them. I will have a different fillings with the older students.
I am an at home baker and cookie maker. I have created items for weddings and big events.
I recommend that students have all their ingredients and utensils ready before class. This way students do not feel rushed.
When students enroll, I will send them an attachment with the recipe. Ingredients: 1/2 cup (4 fl oz, 118 ml) water 1/2 cup (4 fl oz, 118 ml) milk 1 stick (1/2 cup, 4 oz, 113 gr) salted butter, cut into pieces- it can also be unsalted. I prefer salted. large pinch of salt 1 cup (4.25 oz, 119 grams) all-purpose flour 4 large eggs Heavy cream or a can of whipped cream Powdered Sugar or regular would work Utensils: Medium saucepan Whisk or Spoon Spatula Oven and stove top Stand Mixer or hand mixer Measuring Cups Large Pastry Bag and If you don't have a pastry bag you can use a Zip-lock bag and I will show you a cool trick Pans lined with Slip mat or parchment paper Knife - nothing too sharp
1 hour 20 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
We will be working with the stove and a 425 degree oven which can be dangerous. While we say just for students to be in class, Parents should be nearby to ensure that students do not injure themselves.
Jenn NicholsAn outside of the box thinking teacher wanting to share knowledge of many topics in new and creative ways.
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Hello! My name is Jenn Nichols and I love teaching children at any age, new and exciting ways to learn. I was born and raised in Germany and am a native speaker in the German and English language moving here at the age of 12 I truly believe...