What is Caramel Factory?

29 Dec

Let me talk a little bit more about Caramel Factory.

What is Caramel Factory?

Caramel Factory is a baking school & patisserie. We are offering various kinds of baking classes from adults to children class, and are also selling some cakes in the near future. We actually already did children baking classes in December (Dec.19th-22nd 2011), as one of the school holiday program. You can see the details in my previous posts!

As for the adults, we are starting soon in January 2012!

There are three types of classes; Basic, Advanced and Seasonal Special Classes. Here are the class fee and the duration for each class;

 Basic – 3.5hrs, RM180/class

 Advanced – 4hrs, RM195/class

 Seasonal Special Class – 5hrs, RM220/class (occasionally held)

This includes all the ingredients cost and baking tools, so students can come with bare hand and oh, with apron. We will also prepare the ingredients in advance so that the classes can be held smoothly and with shorter time.

During each class, you get to learn two kinds of cakes including one main item and another sub-item. As I wrote in an earlier post, the cakes you learn are mostly French influenced and Japanese style pastries.

This is one of the cakes I’ll be teaching in January. It’s a Japanese Souffle cheesecake!

Basic Class Menu (January)

Also, we are focusing on hand-on workshop style, so that the students get to learn how to bake on their own. Thus each of the class is limited to 8 students.

At the end of the class, there will be a food tasting time over a nice cup of tea or coffee with the cakes I prepared. Of course you will bring back all the cakes you made!!!

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4 Responses to “What is Caramel Factory?”

  1. soo December 30, 2011 at 2:42 am #

    Hi Tomoko! May i know your Japanese Souffle Cheesecake is it similar to this HAKODATE SNAFFLES Cheesecake?

    • caramelmoko January 4, 2012 at 12:06 pm #

      Hi Soo, thanks for the comment! Oh… I’ve never tried Hakodate Snaffles Cheesecake (Can we get here?) but it’s similar to the souffle type of cheesecake like you can get in RT Bakery, Miki Ojisan, and Sun Moulin. It’s a fluffy kind^^.

  2. soo January 5, 2012 at 2:20 am #

    Hi Tomoko, we can’t get d Hakodate Snaffles Cheesecake here. 😦 but only at HOKKAIDO, JAPAN. My children miss d cheesecake so much………….U can log in to www. snaffles.jp
    Arranging my time to attend your baking workshop, c u soon 🙂

    • caramelmoko January 7, 2012 at 11:19 am #

      Hi Soo, thanks for the link! I see… your family has been to Hokkaido ya? I’ve never been there so must hear the stories from you, hehe. Hmm… looking at their website, Hakodate Snaffles Cheesecake looks more melting type (almost like unbaked) than mine. Looks good~. But mine is good too! You should try out! hehe. Ok, I hope to see you soon^^.

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