Classic and Creative Brioche Pastry Class Giveaway!

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There are not many restaurant owners or chefs I can say I get super excited about when I see their names flash across my screen. However Joanne Chang is one of my idols. Being semi local to her famous bakery, Flour, located in Boston. I have followed her career and sworn by many of her recipes for quite awhile. Some of you who are not familiar with Boston or Flour, you may know Joanne’s name from an episode of Throwdown… where her cinnamon rolls kicked Bobby Flay’s  butt.

When Craftsy came to me and asked if I’d like to offer my readers a Brioche Pastry Class taught by Joanne Change, I said HECK YES! What better way to learn how to make them from one of my favorite Bostonians. The class is valued at $39.99 on Craftsy. If you have never taken a Crafsty class before, let me tell you how great they are... All the classes are affordable, taught by experts, you can view the videos at your leisure, and are able to pause and go back to them at any time you'd like! What I also love about Craftsy classes, is that you can ask the experts questions when you get stumped or need clarification on anything. 

In this particular class, you start off by learning how to create the perfect classic brioche loaf, twice baked brioche slathered in almond cream, cheesy brioche breakfast pizza, hot pockets, then of course Joanne's famous Cinnamon rolls! I am excited to offer you all the chance to take one of Joanne’s classes. Entering in the giveaway can’t be easier, just scroll to the bottom of this post, click the link, sign up for Craftsy and your email is automatically entered to win the free class!

ENTER HERE to win a FREE Classic and Creative Brioche Pastry class taught by Joanne Chang.

(Disclaimer: I was compensated for this post, however all opinions expressed are 100% my own.)


  1. That sounds so cool! I love making things with brioche, especially sticky buns (like the ones in the photo). :)

  2. I would love, love, love to take this class. I've always wanted to learn to make brioche and Joanne is just the person to teach me. Thanks for the opportunity!

  3. One of my girlfriends from school baked at Flour for a long time till she just left a bit ago to become a chocolatier in NY. The pictures she'd post would make my mouth water!