November 1, 2019
5:30 PM—8 PM
Chef Erika Araujo will show kids how much fun baking can be as part of “The Day of the Dead Celebration”.
The kids will familiarize themselves with the ingredients and bake with them in this hands- on experience. Chef Erika will explain the importance of measuring carefully and correctly. Then, kids will mix the ingredients together and pick up special kneading tips for perfectly risen Mexican bread. Chef Erika will then demonstrate each step of turning the dough into a classic “The Day of the Dead Bread” and shaping dough to make perfect decorations of our delicious sweet bread.
While the bread is in the oven, kids will sit together to enjoy a slice of bread, a Mexican hot chocolate and to watch “It’s My Party: Day of the Dead” TVO Kids show starring Chef Erika, where the little ones will learn more about the tradition.
At the end all our little Baking chefs will bring home a Day of the death bread to share with their families.
- How-To Instructions by Chef Erika Araujo;
- Take home recipes;
- A Slice of Bread and Hot Chocolate;
- A Take Home Day of the Dead Bread.
- Suitable for guests age 4-12.
- An adult must accompany children, but are not required to purchase a ticket.
- Allergy Alert – We request that you inform us, at the time of registration checkout, of any dietary restrictions that may be in conflict with the menu listed in this class description. Although we make every effort to accommodate guests with allergies, we cannot guarantee that there will be no cross contamination. Please refer to our Allergy Policy for more information.
- Products shown in image may vary from actual products created in the class.
- Please plan to arrive 15-20 minutes early to leave plenty of time to find parking and beat traffic. This will allow the class to start on time for the enjoyment of all guests.
Chef Erika Araujo is a trained nurse from Mexico who found her passion for Gastronomy once she migrated to Canada, Chef Erika has been tirelessly promoting and teaching traditional Mexican cuisine and culture through her company Ixiim Toronto.