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Learn how to make an epic croquembouche at this Sucre Patisserie cooking class

Sucre Patisserie owner Keva Freeman will take class attendees through the process of making a croquembouche, from start to finish.

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
  • Troubleshoot

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.

Find out more or purchase your tickets here.

Sucre Patisserie located at 397 Magill Road.

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