[WEEKDAY DEAL] Vanilla Crepe Cake

Crepe cake really aren’t complicated! You just need to make a ton of crepes and some delicious whipped cream. It’s a cake that is not too sweet but ends up feeling super decadent. It’s also stunningly beautiful seeing all of those paper thin layers sandwiched with fresh cream and vibrant berries.

You will also be given Bonus recipes,Matcha Crepe Cake & Chocolate Oreo Crepe Cake.

Dates:
13 Oct Tue 9.30am to 1.30pm FULL
4 Nov Wed 9.30am to 1.30pm FULL
10 Nov Tue 9.30am to 1.30pm FULL

What you'll learn
- how to prepare vanilla crepe cake batter
- Thin and not easily breakable recipe
- how to achieve thin layer
- This recipe only requires you to cook on single side
- learn to make Japanese Soda Fresh Cream .
- how to neatly assemble the layers with cream and fruits.
- Bonus recipes : Chocolate crepe with oreo fillings and Matcha Crepe with matcha fresh cream fillings.

Sorry, this class is currently unavailable. please click here to register your interest or refer to our Calendar for the current class schedules
Fees : $100 per pax or $95 per pax when you sign up for 2 seats or more
Bring home : 6" Vanilla Crepe Cake
Instructor : Brenda Lim

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Testimonial

hear what our Students have to say


Had went for a few lessons at Bakefresh. Their cakes are soft and the cream is light.

The softness of the cake allows me to eat 2 slices at a go without difficulty.

The ladies who taught us are friendly and easy going too.

There are always laughter in the class and they always give a warm welcome.



Grace Han