Want to make some crêpes like a real French?
Making tasty home-made crêpes doesn’t require much equipment, but it does require a certain know-how. Come and learn all the tips & tricks to make delicious crêpes for breakfast and parties with the authentic recipe of a French grandma and the advice of her granddaughter, expert in crêpes making.
What will we cover?
During the class you will:
- Be guided step by step through a French crêpes recipe
- Get smart tips to ensure the success of your crepes anywhere anytime
- Learn a few French words on the way to add to the authenticity of the experience.
- Learn a bit about the origin of crepes and that particular recipe
What will you need?
- 1 big mixing bowl (medium to large)
- 1 flat spatula
- 1 ladle
- 1 silicone spatula (optional)
- A hand mixer (preferably) or a stand mixer.
- 1 measuring jug (ml)
- 1 knife, 1 or 2 big spoons
- 1 non-sticky small/medium pan
- Paper towel
- 300g plain flour
- 3 eggs
- 750 ml milk
- sugar + vanilla extract OR Vanillin sugar
- Table salt
- Butter or sunflower oil
It is strongly recommended that all equipment and ingredients to be ready before the class starts.
- Wheelchair Accessible Space
- Quiet Spaces
- Gender Neutral Bathrooms
- Discounted Early Bird Tickets
- Free Tickets for First Nation Attendees
- Auslan Interpreters Upon Request
Who will be teaching?
Océane (She/Her) is a French artist entrepreneur who founded Enjoy French (with Oceane), a special language school where people can express their creativity while learning French and experiencing French culture.
Océane is currently developing fun & convivial workshops using interactive and creative activities (such as cooking) to introduce the French language and culture to non-native speakers.
Océane loves crepes (her favourite treat) and is an expert among her friends & family (French and Aussie). She started making crêpes with her mom when she was a little girl and since then, she learnt to master the recipe transmitted from her own grand-ma. Check her out on Facebook or Instagram.
Questions or other ways we can assist with accessibility? Feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.