Red Velvet Christmas Tree Cake

$38.00

GST incl.

 

Red Velvet Christmas Tree Cake

Baking for Christmas will be a piece of cake with this class! 

This festive season, indulge in this luscious Red Velvet dessert coated with velvety smooth cream cheese. Cut open this mini delight to reveal its Peek-A-Boo scarlet and emerald layers. Spruce up your gatherings with mini edible trees that will leaf you wanting more! 

This red flavour will be sure to bring happiness to you and your loved ones this holiday!

Learning Outcomes:

This festive season, indulge in this luscious Red Velvet dessert coated with velvety smooth cream cheese. Cut open this mini delight to reveal its Peek-A-Boo scarlet and emerald layers. Spruce up your gatherings with mini edible trees that will leaf you wanting more! 

By attending this course, you will learn how to make Red Velvet Christmas Tree cakes from scratch.

Class Duration: 2.5 hours
Class Type: Online class via Zoom


Materials & Equipment Required:

Basic Equipment
Measuring Spoons
Oven
Sieve
Spatula
Weighing Scale

Red Velvet Sponge
9x9” Baking Tray x2
Mixing Bowl with Whisk attachment
Angle Palette Knife
Big/Medium Bowl x2
Parchment Paper x2

Cream Cheese Frosting
Mixing Bowl with Paddle & Whisk attachment
Medium Bowl x1

Assembly
6” Cake Board
Angle Palette Knife
Bench Scraper
Piping bag x2
Turntable

The full ingredient list and workbook will be sent via email once the class booking is confirmed.

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About Claire Lim

Claire's "give it your all" attitude has made her into the passionate baker she is today. Her love for pastries started as a child, which eventually led her to pursue her dreams in culinary school at 18.
With all her experience gained from fine dining, hotels, and artisanal bread production, Claire is now eager to share her knowledge with students.

As an instructor, Claire makes learning fun and approachable. She takes pride in making students feel at home - no matter how new you are in the kitchen. All effort is praiseworthy as long as you try!