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A Beginner's Guide to Baking Butter Cakes

Amy Kimmel, Baking and Pastry Arts Instructor

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7 Lessons (33m)
    • 1. Welcome!

      0:41
    • 2. What is Butter Cake

      1:25
    • 3. Butter Cake Important Considerations

      2:14
    • 4. Butter Cake Mise En Place

      7:45
    • 5. Creaming Method

      9:38
    • 6. Reverse Creaming Method

      10:50
    • 7. Thank You!

      0:43

About This Class

Level: Beginner

Prerequisites: An electric mixer, counter top or hand, will be useful for this class.

Are you interested in making elaborate, sculpted cakes?  Do you want some delicious recipes to add to your recipe box?  Will you be making cakes to sell in the future? 

If you answered Yes to any or all of the above questions, then this class is for you.  Butter cakes are delicious, versatile in their flavor capabilities, and sturdy enough for sculpted cakes.  They possess every characteristic necessary to be the perfect all-purpose cake. 

There are two methods to butter cakes:

  1. Creaming Method
  2. Reverse Creaming Method

You will learn both in this class and will be able to decide which you prefer.  Both have their purpose from home kitchens to commercial kitchens, but it's a bonus if you understand both.

Butter cakes are timeless and a must-have for every good baker's recipe stash.

Want to learn more about cake baking and decorating?

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Amy Kimmel

Baking and Pastry Arts Instructor

Food is the thing that connects us all. From the people who painstakingly grow our food to the hard workers that prepare the food to the billions of people that consume it. Whether we realize it or not, aside from all of our differences, it's what makes us all the same in some way. We need it for survival, use it for an income, and love it for all of it's nourishment and joy, Making food for other people has always been, and will always be, a great passion and source of fulfillment for me. I ...

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