Do you want to improve your bread baking skills? Have you tried baking bread but always feel that there is something missing? Well, then this masterclass is for you.
After the success of my first masterclass - Secrets to baking incredible cakes, I decided to do the next most popular request, bread baking.
Everybody describes making bread differently. Bread to some is a lot of work, while for others it's fun, passion, therapy, etc.
I started baking bread many moons ago and the beginning wasn't easy. Mostly, because back then, nobody shared recipes as easily as they do today. So, a lot of what I learned comes from trial and error. Some of my recipes have gone through a few iterations before I found the one that works every single time. For me, these are not failures, but rather lessons I have learned to get to where I am today. Nowadays, bread baking is fun, therapeutic and I do it with a passion.
The truth is, it is very easy to make bread at home. You don't have to be a bread baker or even be passionate about baking. On this blog, I have recipes that many novices have tried with great success.
Whether you want to learn how to make bread because you love bread baking, or you just want to make delicious bread for your family. This masterclass is the right place for you to start.
In this masterclass, I want you to bake with me. My recipes are tried and tested, so I'm confident you will have great success. And yet, sometimes there will be failures. I want you to know that I am with you, to help you troubleshoot and learn from these failures.
Join the Facebook group, share your pictures, and get feedback from me when you join this masterclass.
PLEASE NOTE - Most recipes in this masterclass are made with eggs or non-vegetarian products. If you can't eat eggs please do not register for this masterclass. Currently, I do not have eggless substitutes for these recipes. I truly apologize.
Are you ready? Let's do this.
Frequently asked questions
Anyone who wants to become a better bread baker.
All my masterclass series are free.
The lessons and assignments are over a period of 12 days. After that, you will get an email from me every week with links to recipes you may like to try. This is to encourage you to bake and refresh the skills you learned in this masterclass.
No, this class starts from the basics. And even if you have some baking experience, the lessons are a good refresher.
Yes, we start with the lessons and then move on to baking some bread. After all, how will you learn if you don't put your knowledge to practice?
You don't need a camera to take pictures. Your phone camera is adequate. Just make sure your images are clear, not blurred.
This masterclass is given via a series of emails. You don't need to do anything. During this masterclass, every day, you will get an email from me with the content and assignment for that particular lesson. Follow the lessons and instructions, and do the assignment for each day.
Absolutely, but don't do them all at once.
If you do them one at a time, you will be able to give each masterclass the time and energy it needs.
You can see the signup form above or click here to sign up.
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Great class highly recommended
I loved your course and all the baking catagories that you covered. To be honest, it was too fast paced for me. A lesson week would have been more my pace.
I did not have the time to keep up and as usual life intervened. But I did save your lessens. The pizza dough and sauce will be the first to revisit.
I love all the tips and jnsights.
Thank you for your feedback, Laura.
These classes have been great! Thank you for offering them.
Although I am an experienced baker I was still able to learn a few new tricks and tips.
I also used your classes with my son (age 19) and he now feels confident to start baking bread.
Thank you, Karen, I am so happy to hear that you and your son enjoyed my class. Thanks for the lovely feedback.
Thank you for such incredible recipes and ideas.
Your bread slices look so amazing, what do you use for slicing bread, knife and cutting board
Yes, I just use a bread knife and cutting board. Thanks
Thank you for taking the time to reply, that was thoughtful
When you say you use a cutting board do you mean a plain cutting board or a slicer board
I may need to buy a sliver board at 77 I am not that accurate in slicing bread
Have you written anywhere how to use the dough cycle then bake the bread.
I am so confused, some people say they knead it after removing the bread others don’t
I assume I let it rise in a buttered pan yet I have no idea how long and what temp
I want to buy the Pullman sandwich pan.
Your a busy lady, when you have alittle extra time, I hope you will have the answers, I want to be a success story before my time ends
I also want to gift some breads to my neighbors, so I certainly need a pretty loaf lol
Thank you so much
Hey CC, Yes, I do use just a regular cutting board and a bread knife. But you can buy a bread slicer too. My neighbor has this one she loves very much.
I don't use a bread machine so I don't usually dwell much on those details. For me. the process is simple.
I knead the dough and let it rise until double. If I don't have time to tend to it I punch it down and let it rise again.
Sometimes, I even let the dough rise in the fridge overnight on busy days. Bread if very forgiving if you know the basics.
Then I shape the dough, proof, and bake
I hope that makes sense.
Your neighbors are lucky to have fresh bread from you. I'm sure they don't mind the slices.
Have a great day.
Great Course I'm looking forward to the next one.