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Master cake baking with this fun and simple course. Learn about different types of cakes and how to make them with these easy video guides.
Learn how to navigate the course and what you can expect with this friendly introduction video.
Your tutor shares tips for reading a recipe, along with common mistakes made when baking cakes. Ingredients are supposed to be listed in the order that you will use them.
Now that you’ve read through the recipe, you want to get your equipment and ingredients ready.
Try out the different qualities of ingredients and see what difference that makes on taste. There are many different types of flour and sugar, pay attention to the type called for in the recipe.
What sort of equipment should you have ready in your kitchen if you will be baking cakes often.
For anyone living above 3000 feet, your cakes may not turn out the way they’re supposed to. Learn the tips to combat a weakened cake structure.
Learn about the consistency of butter cakes and when to use them.
The butter cake comes from the pound cake which originated in the UK in the 18th century.
Troubleshooting your cakes if they don’t turn out the way they are supposed to. Learn how to store and serve your butter cakes.
Now we get to mix the batter and bake the cakes with this video tutorial. The creaming method takes butter and sugar and beats them together with a paddle that incorporates air into it so that it gives your cake a nice, light texture.
Here you will get a demonstration of the reverse creaming method.
Oil-based cakes are cakes where oil is the main source of fat. They are typically paired with chocolate or spice flavours and have a longer shelf life.
We know that the Greeks used olive oil in their baking, it is most likely one of the first cakes to ever come about.
These considerations are choosing an oil that’s going to go with other flavours in your cake. Vegan cakes tend to be oil-based.
Learn how to make a Chocolate Olive Oil Cake with this video tutorial.
Discover how to make Carrot Cake with this video walkthrough.
Also known as foam cakes, they get their volume from the air beaten into the eggs. Sponge cakes are low in fat and cholesterol.
Sponge cakes came about during the Renaissance. The first documented recipe of a sponge cake recipe dates back to the year 1615.
How to separate your eggs with two options. If you are going to be whipping egg whites you want to make sure you have a grease-free bowl and attachment.
Their key characteristic comes from their lack of fats and airy structure which comes from whipping the egg whites and yolks separately.
Learn how to make an American sponge cake with this video walkthrough.
These are on the dryer side, so they need simple syrup. They have a mild flavour, so they pair well with rich fillings. European style Sponge Cakes whisk the whole egg.
This video shows you how to make a Genoise European-style Sponge cake.
It is simply a solution of sugar and water, which can be measured by volume or weight. It is so versatile as you can add different flavours to it.
Learn how to make Simple Syrup with this video walkthrough.
You should now feel comfortable and confident to try out these recipes in your kitchen.
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