Bread, Cake and Chocolate Workshop

90.00 Each

Bread, Cake & Chocolate Workshop

This is another opportunity to have a foodie day out with family or friends or come along on your own to learn all about making great bread, cake and chocolate treats.  In this class we make traditional soda bread with a modern twist, lemon and elderflower cake and tips and tricks about making your own syrups and cordials and then top it all off with making gorgeous granola and chocolate granola bars.

 Donegal Wild Atlantic Flavours teams up with Helen O’Hagan from An Panc Patisserie.  The class will take place on Saturday 24th August at Corcreggan Mill, from 10.00 am to 2.30pm and refreshments, lunch and a goodie bag worth €25 is included in the price of €90.  For full class description see below.

If you book the class with Donegal Wild Atlantic Flavours, Corcreggan Mill has very kindly agreed to offer 10% off their accommodation rates, including the Motorhome Park, if you make a weekend out of it.  Corcreggan Mill was listed on the Irish Independent’s #Fab50 best places to stay in Ireland 2023 and it is situated beside New Lake just past Dunfanaghy.  This kind offer is subject to availability so book early to avoid disappointment..  Just follow the link to view Corcreggan Mill.

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Bread, Cake & Chocolate Workshop

Sian from Donegal Wild Atlantic Flavours will kick off the morning showing you how to make traditional soda bread with a modern twist before you get stuck in and make your own.  Sian will also demonstrate how to make a seasonal chutney to accompany the soda bread. There will be plenty of tips and tricks that Sian has learnt over the years as owner of Wild Fuschia Bakehouse and they will help you make your own bread at home that little bit easier.

After a short coffee break with some lovely Donegal treats, Helen O'Hagan from An Panc Patisserie, another fabulous local entrepreneur, living in Donegal will deliver her Class.  Helen will show you how to make a delicious lemon and elderflower cake and then guide you through the process from lining your tins, making the batter and adding flavour using syrups to make a moist cake that goes perfectly with a good cup of tea.  Helen will also demonstrate how to make a cordial using seasonal ingredients.

After this hands-on Cookery class we enjoy lunch, sampling more of Donegal’s finest produce.

Cindy from Donegal Wild Atlantic Flavours will introduce you to the wonderful world of chocolate, by delving into its history, production, and taste, giving you an unparalleled understanding of this decadent treat and the story behind Cindy’s company, Coco Milis that produces bean to bar chocolate. Cindy will then demonstrate how to make healthy and not so healthy granola and granola chocolate bars. Participants will get the opportunity to experiment with making their own granola and some great flavours in what will be another fun tasting!

All participants get to take a goodie bag home worth approximately €25 and recipes are emailed out after the class.

 

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