Baking Pastry Classes Toronto

The Best Baking and Pastry Classes in Toronto

The best baking and pastry classes in Toronto are where to brush up on all things flour, sugar, butter and yeast. Whether it's a hobby on the side or a professional ambition, you can up your baking games at any of these places in the city.

Here are the best baking and pastry classes in Toronto.

George Brown

This trusted culinary learning institution at Adelaide and Sherbourne has classes for baking and pastry. There are specialized certificates for artisan bread baking and cake decorating, and classes revolve around subjects like Asian desserts, afternoon tea, vegan baking, pizzas and macarons.

The Rolling Pin

This Avenue and Lawrence bakery will show you how to make impressive showpieces like they do with classes that teach the art of making naked cakes, unicorn cakes, doughnuts, cupcakes, gingerbread houses, cookies, macarons, fault line cakes and pies. You can also take classes in cake and cookie decorating, and they offer corporate team-building classes.

Le Dolci

This charming bakery space in the Junction Triangle will have you baking up your own croissants, macarons, cinnamon buns and sugar cookies. They'll also help you learn to decorate cakes as beautifully as they do, plus offer virtual and in-person classes.

Nella Cucina

Head to the Annex to find this kitchen equipment store which doubles as a cooking school that teaches basic skills, workshops and private classes. Specialty baking classes might focus on subjects like gingerbread, challah or Italian cookies.

Humber College

You can get a baking and pastry arts management diploma from this school in Etobicoke. In the two-year program, you'll learn how to make pastries, cookies, breads, cakes, desserts and confections.

Madame Gateaux

On Danforth East, this place specializes in baking and pastry workshops that are super hands-on and can teach you to make things like unicorn cakes, sugar cookies, drip cakes and under-the-sea cakes.

Centennial College

Learn about baking and pastry through full-time programs at this college with multiple campuses. There are one-year, two-year, compressed and online options, and opportunities for experiential learning.

Jellybean Cake

This Asian dessert shop near Yonge and Lawrence offers baking classes where you can attempt to reach their level of expertise when it comes to baking picture-perfect cakes.

New Pie Co.

Learn to make Swedish cardamom buns, babka, focaccia and her specialty, pies, from the owner of this bakery in the King West area.

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez at The Rolling Pin


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