How to Start Home-based Baking Classes

Do you love baking? Do you often hear a lot of praise from your family and friends for the delectable things that you prepare? If your answer is yes then it means that you understand the art of baking and excel at it too.

Do you often feel that you are wasting time at home? Well, then you can start utilizing your time by holding home baking classes and earn some money every month too. Nowadays, cooking and baking classes have become quite popular as more people are invested in healthy and economical eating and find it better to learn and make dishes than to order them in. So, you can easily earn by teaching baking to other people and pass your time too. Wondering how you can do that?

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Well, this guide will provide you with all the information that you need in this matter.

1. How do you start home baking classes?

Now, the first thing that you might wonder is how exactly to start this business. While a lot of people start their baking classes without proper training or experience, it would bode well for your business if you first took a little training before proceeding.

You can practice by looking at online or magazine recipes or you can actually enroll in baking schools to hone your skills. Once you are confident that you have adequate knowledge on baking, you are all set to open your home baking classes.

2. How much investment is required?

If you want to earn well from your baking classes then you will need to invest properly too. You will need to purchase a few essential baking equipment like mixers, ovens, mixing bowls, etc. and keep a few spare for your students as well.

Apart from that, you need to ensure that you have enough place in your kitchen to teach your students and make sure that you keep your kitchen clean and tidy. A clean and hygienic kitchen is bound to attract more students and will help in making your classes successful. You can get an idea by first starting with a smaller batch of 6-7 students which can include girls, boys, housewives, etc.

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3. How to advertise your baking classes? 

Once you start your bakery or baking classes, you will also need to advertise it in order to lure in more applicants. You can do this by spreading the news among your friends and family, putting up posters and hoardings, sharing content on social media, and so on. Make sure that you make your advertisements attractive and give discount offers to attract more customers.

In the initial days, you might need to keep your fees lower than the rivals so that you can attract more customers but once your reputation spreads around, you will be able to gradually increase the fee and your monthly earnings.

4. How to make your baking class successful?

Finally, you have to make your baking classes interesting and useful so that more customers are persuaded to join them. Use smart tactics like teach them the mentioned recipes and give them something extra, like a few baking tips so that they feel that your baking class is more useful than the others in the market.

Also, include recipes which are healthy or vegan as a lot of people have particular food habits these days. So, incorporating these food particulars will help you in expanding your customer base and will increase your earnings drastically. Mostly, be consistent with your classes and deliver quality content and tools to your students so that the word gets around that your baking class is one of the best in the area.

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Once you do all this, you will get a steady income and will have become a popular baking teacher in your area.

Williamsburg Cinemas to open in time for holidays

Williamsburg’s first new multiplex cinema has missed the summer season, and a premiere night is not in sight. Months after the new Williamsburg Cinemas was slated to open, the movie house is sitting unfinished on the corner of Grand Street and Driggs Avenue as developers struggle to fit all of its seven viewing rooms into the corner lot.

Williamsburg’s multiplex cinema

“Fitting seven auditoriums on an 8,500-square-foot site is difficult,” said Robert McCall of Philadelphia-based JKR Partners, which is the architect of the project.

McCall said he is confident the theater will open before the lucrative holiday movie season, but wouldn’t pinpoint a date.

The Williamsburg Cinemas is owned by the same people who run the successful Cobble Hill Cinemas on Court Street between Butler and Douglass streets, and are expected to host the same mix of mainstream and indie films.

It will be the first major movie house in the neighborhood. The only other movie theater in Williamsburg is the boutique Nitehawk, which only shows two movies at a time. That theater-residential complex opened last year after a previous theater project slated for the same space — called the Cassandra Cinemas and Metropolitan Cinemas — went bust in 2008 after the developer could not secure financing.

Neighborhood movie lovers said the delay is disappointing. Organizers at the Williamsburg International Film Festival, which runs from Sept. 20 through 23, had hoped to show some of this year’s films at the cinema but had to switch its gaze to other venues.

“We were supposed to partner with them this year, but they just weren’t ready,” said Willifest director Michael Helman.

Stay tuned on Waffle and the Wolf for more articles like this.

Vegan Chocolate Ice Cream

In case you didn’t know we still have Van Leeuwen’s Vegan Chocolate Ice Cream! Here until the end of summer. Get it by the scoop or in a vegan buckwheat waffle or vegan mini waffle ice cream sandwich!!!

*please note we do not have vegan vanilla.

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Gluten-Free

Brooklyn Exposed just posted a Guide to Gluten-Free Dining in Brooklyn. Here’s what they said about us.

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If there were an award for gluten-free support, Waffle and Wolf would hands down be the recipient. Their gluten-free waffles options outnumber non-gluten-free options 2:1. And they’ve even just recently modified their S’mores waffle (that’s right, s’mores!) to be gluten-free. Choose a sweet or savory filling combination from the menu and they’ll wrap it in a crispy, soft and fluffy cornbread or buckwheat waffle bigger than your hand. We suggest #29, smoked salmon, lemon-caper-dill cream cheese, spinach and red onion with a cornbread waffle ($12.75) and #23, lemon mascarpone, blueberry compote, poppy seed and brown sugar crumble in a buckwheat waffle ($11.50). Oh, and don’t be shy with the chocolate chip cookies—they are the best we’ve ever tasted.