We’re sorry, this experience is not able to go ahead right now.
Due to the current lockdown measures, this experience is unable to take place between Thursday 4 November and Tuesday 2 December.
Every booking - regardless of when this takes place, will play a part in helping our local businesses to survive this challenging time and help them bounce back when we are able to visit them in person again.
Book something to look forward to or gift to someone special for when lockdown is over, or to celebrate a brand new year!
Discover how to make French macarons just like the ones you'd find in a Parisian patisserie in this experience for two people with Little Kitchen. Your host, Louise, is an expert baker and will take you through this often tricky recipe step by step. Whether you’re a beginner or intermediate baker you'll finish up with a delicious batch of 24 macarons to take home.
Your experience will be in a small group and each booking includes space for two people, so you can come along with a friend, family member or as a couple and bake together. Together you will:
Louise is an experienced chocolatier and baker and will show you each part of your bake before you do it, helping you finish up with 24 macarons to be proud of. In your pair you’ll get your own workstation and equipment as well as your own oven.
At the end of your experience Louise will give you your own recipe card to take away based on the steps from your experience, so you can recreate your marvellous macarons at home.
Between you, you'll get your own sanitised workspace and all your own equipment and ingredients to work with. Louise will wear a visor as she teaches you and there will be a one way system in the workspace to allow for social distancing. Hand sanitiser and aprons will be provided, and at the moment all experiences are limited to 10 people.
This experience is for anyone from beginner to intermediate bakers. Feel free to bring along your own tin or tupperware for your macarons, but presentation boxes will be available. The recipe you'll make is gluten free and can be made dairy free by contacting Little Kitchen before your experience.
Little Kitchen Cookery School began with a mission to help the people of Bristol learn more about cooking good food from scratch. Its founders, Madeleine and Claire, both share a real passion for food and love cooking everything from elaborate bakes to delicious street food-style dishes. Madeleine comes from a teaching background and was already experienced in sharing her food and cookery skills before Little Kitchen. Claire was a chef and is the previous owner and cook at The Food Warren. Between them they realised they had the enthusiasm, skills and business minds to run a cookery school teaching affordable workshops for adults and children, and from this the Little Kitchen Cookery School was born.
Louise has been working with Little Kitchen for the last five years, helping enthusiastic cooks and bakers make incredible recipes to enjoy. Louise is particularly experienced in creating elaborate celebration cakes and loves working with chocolate.
Ask your question directly to Little Kitchen Cookery School.