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Sat, Dec 05, 11:00am - 2:00pm Mountain Time

Five Points
2400 Curtis St
At 24th St
Denver, Colorado 80205
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Class Level: All levels
Age Requirements: 16 and older
Average Class Size: 6

What you'll learn in this macaron class:

Come learn to make these gorgeous little treats!

Macarons are an epic, gorgeous treat – a delicate cookie that demonstrates your amazing baking skills.  

In this hands-on workshop, you’ll make, pipe and bake 2 flavors of macarons, then you will create some amazing flavor and color combinations as you fill your cookies with lemon curd, toasted coconut, peanut butter, chocolate and more. 

You’ll leave with two batches of French Macarons that you created to enjoy at home, smartphone accessible recipes and cookie making tips, and the confidence to make beautiful French Macarons anytime you want. 

Please let us know of any dietary restrictions prior to class and we will do our best to accommodate you.

Please wear closed toed shoes and tie up long hair.

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No cancellations within 1 week of class.


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Question from Anonymous
Will they show how to make perfect macarons? I struggle with hollows at this altitude, would they teach me how to make them perfect?
Answer from Brenda L. CourseHorse StaffCourseHorse Staff
Hi there! The instructor does talk about how to make perfect macarons. She demos them and then each person makes a batch, and then they make a second one so they can work on their technique. We also critique all of the macarons at the end of class and discuss what went well and what could be done better. The goal is for everyone to be able to make perfect macarons when they leave class.

Reviews of Classes at The Good Food Project (34)

(34 Reviews)
French Macarons
Reviewed by Jane C. on 3/15/2020
I had a fantastic time learning how to make Macarons. The teacher was fabulous.. The only thing that I think could be improved, they need a mixer for each student and definitely two ovens. Everyone at the class made 2 batches of Macarons. She was very detailed in her directions and always was there to help with any questions.. I would recommend this class to everyone..
French Macarons
Reviewed by Anonymous on 2/15/2020
Would of appreciated a little more feedback
French Macarons
Reviewed by Anonymous on 9/10/2019
There weren't enough supplies for each student, but it was a good time.
French Macarons
Reviewed by Shirley B. on 7/18/2019
The only reason I did not rate it as a five was because some of the kitchen tools were hard to use. Sifters would have been nice as opposed to a sieve, the whisk available to me was too heavy and there was only one beater for eight people. Otherwise, fantastic class.
French Macarons
Reviewed by Anna L. on 2/14/2020
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​The Good Food Project was created because we believe that the best thing people can do to improve their health, their finances, and their overall well being, both for themselves and for those they love, is to learn to cook.

We have become a culture where it is more convenient not to cook, and no longer...

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