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Pastry & Baking At Home - French Macarons
In this class, students will learn the art and fascinating science of the traditional French Macaron so that they can continue to make them time and time again.
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During this hands-on lesson, students will join me in the pastry kitchen as we learn how to make delicious French Macarons from scratch! Together, we will learn all about the history of macarons, as well as the ingredients we are using and the science behind why they work so well together. We will also discuss the importance of having all of our kitchen tools and ingredients ready to go beforehand. There are many different methods to making French Macarons, and in this particular session, we...
Teaching children to bake is a lifetime skill with so many valuable benefits. Our goal is to successfully make French Macarons today. Macarons can be finicky and sometimes tricky to make, and although they may not always come out perfect on the first try, the most important thing is that we enjoy and learn from this process together!
Students will be asked to bake their macarons and fill them when class is over. They require time to rest before baking, anywhere from 30-60 minutes, depending on the humidity and climate where you live. I will also go over the step-by-step process of filling macarons in class so that students can also do that once theirs are baked and cooled.
To make our macarons, we will need the following kitchen tools and ingredients - *** Recipe will be emailed to students upon enrollment *** - Stand mixer or hand mixer with *whisk* attachment and mixing bowl. - Digital kitchen scale, must be able to convert to grams. If you do not have access to a scale, please look up conversions that you will be able to do at home with cup measurements. - Small bowls/containers to weigh or measure ingredients into - 1 medium/large bowl to sift ingredients into - Sifter or strainer - Spatula - Piping bag - 1/2" round piping tip (Wilton #12 or Ateco #806 or similar) - Scissors - A cup or similar container to place piping bag into while filling with the batter - 2 baking sheets lined with parchment paper or silicone baking sheets (aluminum foil will not work for this.) - Almond flour (finely ground) - Granulated Sugar - Powdered/Confectioners Sugar - Egg whites (MUST be fresh, not frozen or from a box, and preferably at room temperature) - Liquid or gel food coloring, optional - 1 tsp vinegar - Cream of tartar - Choice of filling (ie. ready-made buttercream frosting, jam, Nutella, peanut butter, etc)
There is no assessment for this class, however, I always enjoy seeing how students' macarons turned out! Feel free to send me photos of your completed work, as well as any additional questions you may have.
1 hour 20 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Students must have all ingredients weighed and measured by using a scale before class begins. If you do not have access to a scale, please look up conversions that you will be able to do at home. Students may need an adult's help with this. They will also be using the oven to bake their macarons, and adult supervision may be needed for younger children.
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Hello, my name is Michelle, and I have been teaching for several years, both online and in a traditional classroom setting. I am a Pastry Chef and a food photographer, and I have had the wonderful opportunity to teach both of these subjects...