Craftsy Class Discount: Classic & Creative Brioche Pastries

Craftsy's Classic & Creative Brioche Pastries

Buttery, rich brioche is one of the most delicious breads around. You might picture it coming in a loaf shape, or a small bun, but brioche is a versatile bread dough that can be used to make all kinds of both savory and sweet pastries – including my favorite sticky buns! For a limited time, Baking Bites readers can get Craftsy’s Classic & Creative Brioche Pastries Class for 50% off the regular price  and you can learn all the different ways you can use this classic dough.

The class is taught by Joanne Chang, owner of the well-known Flour Bakery, which has been featured in Food & Wine, Bon Appétit and The New York Times, and currently has four locations that are just as popular as the original! The class covers classic brioche, as well as twice-baed brioche, brioche breakfast pizzas and dangerously addictive sticky buns. Like all Craftsy classes, the instruction given in this course is excellent and it is the next-best thing to having a professional instructor come in to your kitchen to work alongside you. You can take the class at your own pace, which means you can start it immediately and finish it whenever your schedule allows. The classes never expire. This exclusive Baking Bites promotion, however, is only good for one week. That means that whether you want to brush up your brioche skills or try making brioche for the first time, you should sign up now!

So if the idea of a freshly baked batch of brioche gets your mouth watering,  head over to Craftsy to sign up for Classic & Creative Brioche Pastries today and take advantage of this 50% off promotion, then fill your kitchen up with home-made French treats! The promotion expires August 28th, 2014 (8/28 at 11:59 pm MST).

Disclosure: Baking Bites is a Craftsy partner and this post is sponsored by Craftsy. Any commentary given and all opinions expressed are my own

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