You know you like baked goods as does EVERYONE.
Share the skill, they will love you for it.
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Step 1: Make It Easy
Don't let beginners become overwhelmed. I pre-measure everything for them. I am no Martha Stewart so improvised. I used cupcake papers for each item. If you have the different colored ones, you can use a different color for each person in the "class".
Step 2: Be Creative
we had a small amount of time and couldn't wait to share the rolling pin. I found a cold bottle worked great.
Step 3: Make Them Do It Themselves
It is tempting to do it "better" but if they do it themselves, they will have the confidence to try it at home.
Step 4: They Will Love It
It becomes a contest of whose came out better. It is ALL good! Yeast bread class was the best class I have ever taken. I have used it more than most. Enjoy sharing your skills. We also do make your own pizza parties. The little neighbor kids like to come make their own cookies with a mix. I had a 7 year old boy stop by often until he got a driver's license. LOL
Participated in the
Bread Challenge 2017