2 hour workshop
People are going to love to make the coolest food on Instagram! This is a unique experience to learn how to make rainbow bagels from scratch.
How is the class structured?
On arrival, you will find the ingredients laid out and ready to be used. The class will kick off with some fun fact about bagels.
The workshop is entirely hands-on. After a demonstration of how to make the dough, everyone will make his/her own piece of coloured dough. Then we will assemble all the colours together and make the shape. Bagel making is fun and healthy, made with high-quality products and the best seasonal produce from farmers in England.
We boil the bagels together and then people will bake them at home. Bake for 15 minutes at 200 degrees.
What do people learn?
How much flour to use
How to correctly knead the dough
How many minutes you should knead the dough to obtain a smooth and elastic dough
What kind of flours you should use for a perfect dough
How to shape the dough to obtain the bagels
How to get the colourful dough
Did you know?
We ensure quality. If your class doesn't reach your expectations, we'll give your money back.
This is a Flexitime class, which means the teacher can run this class around your schedule.
Time & Location
Select a date and location you want and your teacher will get back to you to confirm their availability.
About your host, Pasta 'n Play
I am Vicky and my passion for cooking started more than 30 years ago when I used to watch my Grandmother preparing food for our family. I was not only watching but on some lucky occasions, I took part in the process. My tasks as Nonna’s assistant chef were messing around with flour and playing with the dough. I started learning like this, having fun and playing and this is how my cooking classes are. I now want to spread the passion for good and healthy food in London. I moved here 6 years ago and since then I have been feeding hundreds of people using the techniques learned from my grandmother. I have a background in tax law. I worked as a tax advisor during the week and cookery tutor during the weekend for almost three years, until pregnant when I decided to quit the office job for a more adventurous career. I decided to start my own cookery school. I tested the recipes on friends first and then started advertising the class: online, through directories and social media; on the street, with flyers and through word of mouth. The classes grew to the point where I was running them every weekend. “I enjoy it so much and it fits so well around my family. I am finally doing the job of my dreams” says Vicky. My mission is to educate people on how much fun it can be to cook together with family and friends. But the benefits don’t stop there...It also makes everyone eat healthier food! The recipes I cook are simple but extremely tasty, made only with the best ingredients. I take great care of the environment using only organic products and carefully picking my suppliers. I have a zero-waste policy in place and the use of plastic is reduced where possible. I strongly believe that everyone should have access to good and healthy food and for this reason, I am an active volunteer in the local community. I collaborate with the Camden Health Kick, a project that aims to offer free healthy activities to increase the health of the community members.
All the ingredients and equipment are provided during the class. Bring only a lunch box please. We boil the bagels together and then people will bake them at home. Bake for 15 minutes at 200 degrees.
All students under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.
Flexible cancellation policy
Any class can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase. See cancellation policy.