For Masterchef fans (and indeed, contestants), the croquembouche is synonymous with trepidation and awe.
Way back when (in 2014), Masterchef contestants were asked to recreate a croquembouche without a full recipe.
Sucre Patisserie is being a little kinder with their Croquembouche Class.
Sucre owner Keva Freeman will take attendees through the process of making a croquembouche, from start to finish.
The class is intimate, with a maximum of four attendees, to enhance the learning experience.
During the class, attendees will learn how to:
- Make choux pastry (mix and bake)
- Make vanilla bean crème patissiere
- Fill profiteroles
- Make caramel
- Assemble croquembouche tower
- Decorate with caramel – spun sugar
The Croquembouche Class is taking place on February 27 and tickets are priced at $275.00 per person (fee includes one person only), with the full fee payable upon booking to secure your place.
Sucre Patisserie located at 397 Magill Road.