THIS IS A FAMILY FRIENDLY CLASS.
CHILDREN AGES 12-17 ALLOWED. CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 12 ARE NOT ALLOWED, NO EXCEPTIONS!!
CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT WITH A PURCHASED TICKET. NO EXCEPTIONS!! DO NOT PURCHASE AN ADULT TICKET FOR AN EXTRA CHILD!
VACCINATION CARDS REQUIRED FOR BOTH PARENTS AND CHILDREN UPON ENTRY.
Polvorones de canele are a type of cookie that originated in Medieval Arabia. The cookie was introduced to Europe and was later brought to the New World by explorers in the 16th century.
Medieval Polvorones had a high amount of sugar and often contained almonds and spices. Polvorones de canele is a type of polvorone cookie that is rolled in cinnamon.
In the United States, these cookies are known as Mexican Wedding Cookies. In Mexico, they often contain pecans and are served during weddings and celebrations.
In this hands-on baking class, attendees will learn how to make two types of polvorone cookies:
- Mexican Wedding Cookies
- Polvorones de Naranja (Orange)
Pastry Chef Norma Salazar will teach you the best methods for baking these historical pastries the whole family will enjoy!
Special Guest Chef: Pastry Chef Norma Salazar.