“If you wait for a cake to be given to you so you will be happy- then you will be happy when someone gives you a cake. But if you buy a cake (or bake one) for yourself so you will be happy, you have found the way of happiness.”
― C. JoyBell C.
The month of December simply spells, Family Time. What better way to end a crazy work week than with a bake class at a neighborhood bakery with ones who matter most.
Maple & Market- a little bakery located at Cassia Crescent. Now they don’t just offer cakes and bakes and good coffee, Maple & Market also does dessert tables for events and the baker herself conducts baking classes too!
The siblings and I were lucky to have a class opened up for us to accommodate our crazy bee schedules.
I think the hardest part to baking is once the thing is finally out of the oven. This is when artistry and creativity is demanded, and I have learnt that not everyone can be a baker because of this. (Siblings, you guys did a great job. Think we’re all anal and perfectionists type, too much to have anything look terrible.)
Sarah, owner of Maple & Market, gave really great tips for halving a cake into layers.
3 hours later, you have 4 cakes and 4 very happy siblings with cake for breakfast for the next 3 days. We’ll definitely be back for more baking fun.
Check out Maple & Market’s FB page for regular updates on classes available for the month.
Maple & Market
34 Cassia Crescent
(Walking distance from Old Airport Food Market)