with Jenny McCoy
Online Class

Creative Flavors for Cakes, Fillings & Frostings

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Renowned pastry chef Jenny McCoy teaches you to dream up and test your own flavor pairings for cakes, fillings and frostings that are tailored to any palate. Along the way, learn nine base recipes, so you have the foundation to build the most memorable cakes. Make a dark chocolate layer cake, perfect white cake and yellow sponge cake enhanced with flavors like toasted coconut, espresso almond, fresh raspberry and more. Create curds and cooked custards with infused flavors. Whip up a heavenly milk-chocolate lavender mousse and a citrus vanilla bean Italian meringue. Feast your senses on a cocoa, orange and hazelnut buttercream and an enticing tiramisu cream cheese frosting. Plus, learn to assemble everything into a luscious, gorgeous cake with a perfectly balanced flavor profile.

Details

  • intermediate
  • 6 episodes
  • 3h33m

Included in this Class

1. Chocolate Cake Flavors
25m

1. Chocolate Cake Flavors

Meet your instructor, Jenny McCoy, and dive right in as Jenny shows you how to make a decadent, moist chocolate cake and five flavor variations.

2. White & Yellow Cake Flavors
48m

2. White & Yellow Cake Flavors

Learn how to add ground espresso, flavored extracts, fresh fruit or even grapefruit zest to produce flavorful variations on Jenny's delicious white cake and yellow sponge cake.

3. Fruit Curds & Cooked Custards
32m

3. Fruit Curds & Cooked Custards

Cook a thick, rich lemon thyme curd or steep flavor into a toasted almond pastry cream in this lesson devoted to curd and cooked custard fillings.

1. Chocolate Cake Flavors

1. Chocolate Cake Flavors

2. White & Yellow Cake Flavors

2. White & Yellow Cake Flavors

3. Fruit Curds & Cooked Custards

3. Fruit Curds & Cooked Custards

4. Chocolate Mousse

4. Chocolate Mousse

5. Frostings

5. Frostings

6. Basics of Cake Building

6. Basics of Cake Building