Learn how to make a gorgeous bûche de noël cake for the holidays with this step-by-step class!
If you’ve ever visited France during the holiday season, then you may have spotted a beautiful bûche de noël cake (also known as a yule log cake) in one of the pretty patisserie windows.
This festive cake is a holiday must in France, and with its tender crumb rolled up with luscious Chantilly cream, how could it not be?
While this cake looks incredibly impressive and stunning, you can easily make this cake at home with this step-by-step tutorial.
In this easy-to-follow online class, I’ll walk you through the process of making this cake from start to finish, including the sponge cake layer, the cream filling, the frosting, and of course my method of decorating the cake.
You can watch the class whenever you want, as many times as you want. It’s all on-demand on your schedule and time!
Do you feel intimidated by the idea of making festive desserts like this? Because you shouldn’t! I’ll be walking you through every part of this no-fail recipe, showing you exactly what to look for and what to expect.
By the time we’re done, you’ll have an incredible cake that you can proudly display on your holiday table for all of your family and friends!
You’ll be able to experience the blissful delight of seeing your loved ones’ faces light up as you present your cake for dessert.
And if you’re thinking you need to be a pastry chef to turn out a cake like this – you’re wrong! You don’t need any experience to take this class!
Don’t believe me? I’ve taught hundreds of students how to make a bûche de noël at home from their very own kitchens.
Just look at what past students have said and the results they’ve had…many of them have never made a cake like this before in their life!
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The holidays are always a special time, and this incredible cake just adds to the magic and beauty of the season.
There’s something so satisfying about baking during the holidays, and this Bûche de Noël is no exception!
As a French culinary instructor, I’ve had the pleasure of teaching numerous students how to make this French holiday dessert, and I’ve enjoyed seeing the pride and feeling of accomplishment each of them has felt when they’ve finished their cakes.
The enthusiasm, curiosity, and satisfaction that each student ultimately experiences after going through this easy-to-follow class is the reason I even started teaching French food online…
About the Instructor
After a trip to Paris in 2010, Beeta Hashempour became head-over-heels in love with France and French food. In fact, it was about halfway through eating a flaky croissant on the Boulevard Saint-Germain that Beeta decided she needed to share this blissful experience with the rest of the world.
When she arrived back home in California, she decided to dedicate her time to recipe-testing and perfecting as many French recipes as she could. After successfully recreating and simplifying a multitude of French recipes, Beeta established the popular French food blog MonPetitFour.com, voted as the number one French food blog several years in a row.
In addition, she hosted culinary workshops in her California home, teaching others how to make popular French breads and pastries, including baguettes, croissants, macarons, and more. To be able to teach more people across the world, Beeta took her classes online and now offers virtual French classes from both her home in Paris, France and Southern California.