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Paris Cooking Class: Learn How to Make Croissants

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Highlights
  • 3-hour croissant-making class in Paris
  • With guidance from the instructor, prepare light croissant dough from scratch
  • Learn handy tips to help you achieve perfect results every time
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Paris Cooking Class: Learn How to Make Croissants
From US$125.68
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Croissant afternoon class, starting at 3pm on Mondays and Thursdays.
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Croissant morning class, starting at 10:00am on Saturdays, Sundays, Mondays.
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Overview
The buttery croissant is a staple in French bakeries. Learn how to make this local favorite yourself during a 3-hour cooking class in the captial of French cuisine: Paris. With assistance from your expert instructor you'll learn the tricks to making a fluffy, flaky and perfecty folded croissant every time. Still hungry? Try your hand at making pain au chocolat. You'll have an opportunity to sample your fresh-from-oven results when they're through baking, along with some hot coffee or tea.
What to Expect
Choose the class time to suit your schedule, then head to the cookery school in central Paris to begin your croissant class. The humble croissant is a pastry popular across the whole country, but learning how to bake a perfect batch every time requires practise and a little inside knowledge.
Follow step-by-step instructions and learn how to make fluffy croissant dough from beginning to end. With hands-on guidance from your instructor, master the art of the fold and discover how to get great results every time. Then, pop your croissants in the oven and watch them slowly rise. During your class you’ll also make pain au chocolat — a sweet pastry roll with chocolate filling.
After roughly two hours, when the baking is done, take your fresh pastries out of the oven and enjoy them with a cup of tea, coffee or juice. When you're finished, bid your instructor goodbye and receive a box of your creations to share with friends and family along with an electronic copy of the recipes in English.
Reviews (37)
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago
There is THAT much butter in a croissant?

Absolutely charming surroundings - kitchen set ups are professional and very warm - we felt as if we were cooking in someone's home. Top notch. Do it! (We made pain au chocolat, too - my fav.)

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank HollyV295
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Le Foodist croissants

Great experience Lots of fun Would highly recommend Instructor Amanda was fantastic Looking forward to taking another class at Le Foodist when we return to Paris

Thank joereichman
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Lovely experience

I loooove croissant and of course I love the French croissant! I read about Le Foodist on Instagram, fall in love with the croissant pictures and decide to book a class (2 classes...) with them. In 2 different times I learn the art of making...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Traveler75801
Reviewed 8 October 2018
Fun- Hugo is an amazing teacher and chef and wonderful experience!

Our family of four took this croissants class with Hugo. He was amazingly patient with us and the process. We had so much fun as a family learning how to make these awesome pastries! Register for a class as soon as you can!

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank GrandTour8448
Reviewed 5 October 2018
Great couples activity

My wife and took part in this class the day after arriving in the Pairs. Our class and instructor were great and English was excellent. Our class size was 6 but ended up being 4 after 2x no-shows. Croissant-from-scratch is time-consuming. In order to complete...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank David B
fredpouillot, Owner at Le Foodist, responded to this reviewResponded 10 October 2018

Bonjour David B, thank you for your recommendation, and I am happy to read you would (hopefully will) attend another class at Le Foodist. Indeed people always leave with the croissants they do not eat, and as we make a lot of croissants, that means...More

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