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Cookie Decorating

Food Craft @ Live Online

Freshly baked & customizable cookies to fit your occasion A shared virtual experience curated for any age, this cookie decorating class is your go-to event for any season to learn decorating techniques and have fun! Have it any theme you want, we'll have it arranged for you, just the way you like it!​ Theme January - Lunar New Year February - Valentine's Day March - St. Patrick April - Easter​ *We do not offer Gluten-Free and Vegan...

Tuesday Jun 27th, 9am–11pm Eastern Time

New York Style Bagel Workshop

The Good Food Project @ Virtual Classroom

Master the art of making warm, chewy bagels, topped with a smear of flavored cream cheese in your own kitchen! Wouldn’t be fun to be able to make really great bagels at home in your own kitchen? You can and it’s easier than you think! In this hands-on class, you’ll learn how to make these fun and delicious twice-cooked comfort food at home. You’ll learn to mix, proof, shape, boil, and bake New York City-worthy bagels, with classic toppings...

Tuesday Jun 13th, 5:30–7pm Mountain Time

French Macaron Step-by-Step Class

The Good Food Project @ Virtual Classroom

Beautiful, delicate, and delicious, french macarons are way beyond ordinary cookies in flavors inspired by our favorite desserts. Whether you've tried to make them before and had some challenges, or never tried to make them but just love to eat them, this is the workshop for you! In this virtual hands-on workshop, you'll make, flavor, pipe, bake, and fill a gorgeous batch of French macarons! We will discuss the ingredients that go into making...

Saturday Jun 17th, 9–10:30am Mountain Time

Summer Pie Workshop

Home Cooking New York @ Virtual Classroom

Knowing how to make a pie is a cornerstone skill. We think it is something everyone should know how to make because it is the truest culinary example of love. You don't make a pie for someone you don't care for deeply.  A pie takes time. It is a meditation on butter, flour, fruit, sugar, and temperature (the cold needed for a good crust, the hot needed for a flaky result). We'll show you everything you need to know to make a successful pie,...

Sunday Jul 16th, 1–2:30pm Eastern Time

Chocolate Truffles

Food Craft @ Live Online

No-bake vegetarian chocolate experience Moments are best spent together with delectable sweets from an all-inclusive virtual demo of our chocolate truffle-making class. Create your own 3 varieties of truffles with no baking required and learn chocolate-making techniques the easiest way! Your Menu: Honey Figs Truffle Oreo Coconut Truffle Cinnamon Coconut Truffle What You'll Learn: Three Truffle Recipes Chocolate Making Techniques What's...

Friday Jun 23rd, 9am–11pm Eastern Time

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Greek Online Workshop #2

The League of Kitchens @ Virtual Learning

With an easy, warm manner, and a boundless enthusiasm for cooking, Despina will inspire you from the moment you enter her home. The beauty of Despina’s cooking lies in its simplicity and its reliance on the freshest ingredients. You will sit down to a welcome snack of seasonal Greek appetizers, such as Despina’s tangy, succulent stuffed grape leaves, which she will encourage you to dip in yogurt, and her bright, fresh potato salad.  She...

Saturday Jun 17th, 4–6:30pm Eastern Time

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Virtual Challah Baking

Caroline Wolinsky

If you've never smelled challah in the oven, you're in for a treat. We will be covering the basics of challah making, a staple of Jewish culture, starting with a short introduction of its historical beginnings and significance, and then moving to making the dough (no experience required for this course at all!). We will break for an hour to allow your dough to rise, then meet back up to braid together, learn about each other, add optional flavors...

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Virtual Bread Baking 101

Eve Bergazyn

Nourish yourself with the most fundamental food on earth: bread. From the comfort of your own kitchen learn how to combine salt, water, yeast, and flour into warm, crusty, and chewy breads.  In this live online class we will guide you through several classic breads, from ingredients to kneading techniques.  Materials needed to fully participate: Ingredients 9 tsp. active dry yeast 4 1⁄2 cups AP flour 2 3⁄4 cups bread flour (or...

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Virtual Pizza from Scratch

Carolyn Montgomery

In this live online crash course you will learn how to make fresh pizza from scratch from the comfort of your own home! You Will: Make and roll pizza dough Add the toppings of your choice Bake pizza to perfection Eat delicious, home made pizza No experience is required!  Materials Needed to Participate Fully: 3 cups Bread Flour (for crisp crust) or All Purpose Flour (for softer crust) 1 Packet / 2 tsps of Instant Yeast Olive Oil 2 cups...

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Virtual Bagel Making

Eve Bergazyn

Bring a taste of NYC to your kitchen: learn to make bagels! Make, shape, then boil and bake this tasty brunch treat along with our chef instructor. We’ll even make a roasted garlic-chive cream cheese to schmear on a bagel at the end of this two-hour class. You Will Learn To: Make bagel dough Roll bagels into their bagel-y shapes Bake your fresh made bagels to perfection Make a home made roasted garlic & chive cream...

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Virtual Croissant Making

Eve Bergazyn

We're going to make the iconic pastry - the croissant. Our chef will guide you through the entire process from folding in the butter to rolling and "turning" the dough, to shaping. This class happens in two sessions over two days. Please see the calendar below for schedule details. Total in class instruction is 3.5 hours. [First Session] We'll start by making the dough While the dough is resting, we'll make almond croissant filling and strawberry...

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Virtual Apple Pie & Apple Martini

Eve Bergazyn @ Live Online

In the 2-hour class, we’ll demystify the classic American dessert: apple pie. We’ll make and roll our all-butter pâte brisée for our double crust pie stuffed with your favorite apple variety. We’ll also make a caramel sauce for drizzling, and an apple martini to sip while you wait for your pie to finish baking after class. What we’ll cover: Making pie dough Rolling crust Lining and shaping double crust pies (the instructor will demo...

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Virtual Doughnut Making

Eve Bergazyn

If you’ve ever eaten a fresh, hot donut, you know that they are one of the most delicious pastries around. In this hands-on class, we’ll make yeast-raised and sour cream-cake donuts. Follow along with the chef from mixing the dough to cutting and frying your donuts. We’ll also glaze and sugar-coat them, literally, to enjoy at the end of the class. Materials Needed to Participate Fully: Ingredients: 1 2⁄3 cups granulated sugar 2 cups...

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Virtual Pizza Making

Eve Bergazyn

Roll up your sleeves and get your pizza stone out for this 2-hour class! We’ll jump right into making our dough from scratch, then we’ll do a garlic confit and a marinara sauce to top our pizzas with. A few slices of mozzarella and torn pieces of basil, and you’ve got yourself a margarita! Or you can top it with slices of olives, capers, and fresh cherry tomatoes for a pizza puttanesca (anchovies optional.) Materials Needed to Participate...

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French Canadian Holiday Baking

Teaching Table @ Virtual Classroom

French Canadian holidays provide the inspiration for this festive class with both sweet and savory bakes. We will start by mulling wine with orange, star anise and other spices to warm your home and your palate. We’ll bake a traditional Quebecois pie with scratch-made butter pastry. Choose either Tourtiere, made from Gorton (spiced pork) and mashed potatoes or Salmon Pie, a simpler, more sustainable alternative to the pork. Tourtiere, a savory...

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Explore the Best Baking Classes Online

Baking utilizes dry heat and convection from an oven to create delicious sugary treats, such as scones, pastries, cakes, cupcakes, and homemade bread. The art of baking can become a fun hobby or career. Baking is creative and fun, using various recipes and ingredients. Baking also uses different ingredients and dry heat to let pastry dough rise and form delicious creations. Baking is a fun way to earn extra money from running a small business, like a pastry shop or cafe.

Baking is a great way to meet others from your community, whether your co-workers, neighbors, or church community. Baking is a fun hobby for bake sales and charities at local schools and churches. The process of learning baking is challenging but worth the time and effort. Baking connects communities, families, and local groups through baking and cooking clubs. The reward of learning baking is the chance to make your own baked goods, allowing for better control over your nutrition, and saving money on buying things like bread. Online baking courses are flexible and enjoyable from the comfort of your kitchen and home. 

Why You Should Learn Baking Online

The benefits of learning baking are a wonderful creative outlet and forming a community around a stress-relieving hobby. While baking is a great way to connect with neighbors and friends, it’s also a way to connect nostalgically to family memories. The reason why baking became so popular during the pandemic is that many people at home found it to be a helpful stress reliever and accessible hobby while being at home. Baking as a creative outlet allows for family fun from the comfort of your home and kitchen. Baking is a fantastic stress reliever for making homemade goodies and feeling a personal accomplishment at making homemade bread or even treats to serve your guests.

Baking can also be a valuable skill to learn because of the many employment opportunities it offers. Baking presents many employment opportunities, such as becoming a pastry chef or opening your bakery as a side hustle. Many pastry chefs earn $32,000 to $47,000 per year, according to Glassdoor. The culinary arts offer the opportunity to become your boss as an entrepreneur. Other possibilities include creating a catering company and servicing weddings, parties, and anniversaries. 

Virtual Baking Classes 

Some significant differences between online and in-person classes are the flexibility that online courses offer. The flexibility of online baking classes allows you to learn virtually from the comfort of your space over video-conferencing platforms like Zoom. The advantages of online courses are that they tend to be more flexible and offer more options to learn things from pizza-making to making homemade bagels and cakes. Online baking classes teach a wider variety of baked goods, from bread, rolls, pastries, and pies, to cupcakes and scones. Online courses save the trouble of commuting to baking courses and instead offer a flexible learning environment. 

While online baking classes are flexible and adaptable for scheduling, some downsides include having to supply the cost of your equipment and ingredients. Having a list handy of elements and needed equipment is helpful. Also, having the recipe open while attending a virtual baking course is useful for accurate measuring and instructions, especially for more complex recipes, like macaroons. The ingredients and equipment cost varies widely, but you can purchase many components from a local grocery store to save money. There is a wide assortment of upcoming online baking courses available through CourseHorse. 

The benefits of virtual baking classes are endless, with a flexible learning environment and the ability to attend classes from home over Zoom. Virtual baking courses require attendees to bring materials and ingredients, but the recipe is provided. The courses are hands-on with a demonstration style method of teaching. The first course offered online is the Bagel Workshop provided by Home Cooking New York. The workshop offers insights into making homemade bagels from home and how to knead, roll, boil, and bake them. 

The second course offered is the “Great British Bake Off” Classics course given by Home Cooking. The course costs $50 per person and includes a delicious menu of Victoria sandwich cakes, scones, and a pot of tea for your at-home tea time. There’s also a bonus recipe included of lemon poppy seed drizzle cake.

Another course offered virtually through Zoom is Making French Macarons Step-by-Step, taught by The Good Food Project. This course provides the perfect chance to bake delicate and delicious cookies from scratch inspired by different dessert flavors. Instruction includes making, tasting, piping, baking, and filling homemade French macaroons. The Good Food Project is inspired by everyday education on cooking, baking, and aims at making the culinary arts more accessible. Their culture ensures a fun time with open communication and chats about their teaching process. 

Other baking courses the Good Food Project taught include the Sweet and Savory Cream Puff Workshop. Prices start at $35 per person and offer multiple start dates. The ingredients needed are butter, salt, flour, eggs, cheese, dried herbs, heavy cream, sugar, vanilla, and chocolate chips. Some essential equipment is needed, such as a saucepan, baking sheet, wooden spoon, parchment paper, whisk, and measuring spoons. You’ll learn how to make delicious traditional cream puffs with chocolate filling and whipped cream. 

While cream puffs are a great option, the Cinnamon Roll Workshop offers a chance to bake a tasty breakfast. You’ll learn how to mix, knead, roll, and cut your delicious cinnamon rolls, with the option to choose from toppings like cream cheese, Nutella, or even sprinkles. The required ingredients are flour, yeast, sugar, butter, eggs, milk, and cinnamon. All you’ll need is a mixing bowl, knives, a rolling pin, and two small pans. Bookings start at $70 per person with multiple start dates. 

The New York Style Bagel Workshop is an inviting opportunity to create more bagels from the comfort of your kitchen, with the option to choose seasonings and toppings. With this hands-on workshop, the course offers an opportunity to learn how to make bagels at home, with tips on how to season and make cream cheese and butter. Some ingredients needed are flour, salt, yeast, butter, cream cheese, and cornmeal. The equipment needed is a mixing bowl, wooden spoons, saucepan, parchment paper, and oven. Bookings start at $70 per person with a group size of 8. 

Private Online Group Baking Classes

Do you wish to book a fun, collaborative team-building activity for your co-workers at your company? CourseHorse offers private online group baking classes through Zoom or supported platforms. Group sizes of 250 can accommodate smaller and larger companies, including through Zoom conferences or other supported platforms. Some benefits of booking with CourseHorse include changing group sizes after booking and sending confirmation within 24 hours. Also, there are no booking fees, and CourseHorse offers the easy ability to modify your booking date. 

Some courses offered are Virtual Pizza from Scratch and the Virtual Ice Cream Making Workshop. The pizza workshop offers a mouth-watering opportunity to make homemade pizza from scratch, with the price of materials included at $105 per person. Your group will learn how to make delicious pizza and make the dough, add toppings, and bake the pizza. However, some items are needed, like salt, sugar, cookie sheets, cutting boards, and a blender. The pizza workshop is an hour and a half. 

Some group baking courses also cover the cost of ingredients and materials, shipping them right to the homes of your guests, such as the Virtual Cookies Workshop course taught over Zoom through CourseHorse. The private, interactive workshop is suitable for a size of 60 and over the course of the 90-minutes session. students will learn how to prepare and bake chocolate chip cookies and lemon crinkles. A fun team building exercises, at the end of the program participants will have two dozen handmade cookies that they can share virtually with their colleagues and coworkers.

Online vs. In-Person Baking Classes

There are many benefits to online baking classes, such as the flexibility offered and the ability to learn from home on your schedule. While in-person courses offer more advanced baking techniques and experienced instructors with hands-on approaches, the ability to take baking courses from home is a great way to start your baking dreams. Online baking classes through CourseHorse offer flexibility, time-saving, and the insight of experienced instructors through Zoom. Getting started with online baking classes offers insights into recipes, inspiration, and fun workshops. Online baking classes are lively opportunities to learn how to make homemade pizza, bagels, pastries, and more. 

Can I Learn Baking for Free Online?

Learning how to bake online has never been easier with budding technology, such as free workshops offered through Zoom or watching baking videos on Pinterest, Youtube or Facebook. Social media platforms, like Facebook, have free communities surrounding baking, recipes, and techniques. While the help of an expert in the culinary arts is extremely helpful, it’s easy to get started on CourseHorse. Gaining inspiration online for different baking recipes is easy with baking websites and communities. Practicing baking is a fun way to learn, grow and connect with others with the same passion for baking.