During this chocolate course you will learn how to make pralines. We temper dark chocolate, pour in praline molds and fill them with good ganache that we season. You can also make good chocolate truffles that we roll, dip and garnish beautifully. The result is delicious chocolates & truffles to take home along with the recipes. Of course you can eat as much chocolate as you want in the meantime.
We use only the finest ingredients, no nuts / almonds or poppy seeds as there may be participants who are allergic.
After the workshop, you pack your pralines in nice gold boxes and take them home. All ingredients and coffee / tea & pralines are included. Perfect for all you chocolate lovers out there!
On February 9, there will be a theme with a focus on Valentine's Day, a perfect opportunity to bake a gift for an extra special person!
I also have these events out at companies during kickoffs, summer parties or staff days. Much appreciated corporate event with lots of laughter and great atmosphere.
My name is Ulrica Grahl and I run the company Choklad för själen. I have my own production and sale of pralines, cakes and desserts. My job consists of 95% of my appreciated Praline production / chocolate experience for private individuals and corporate events. I go to companies and have these wonderful praline productions with groups of 10-65 participants. For private groups, you are in my own room or at the home of the client / private person. That I have made the passion for chocolate my profession is really fun, and that I have found my unique niche. My company is one of the few companies in my industry, which can both go out to companies / customers to hold praline productions and to invite the participants to my own chocolate workshop. People are my great passion and meeting with all participants and that all participants should be able to make all these goodies at home in their regular kitchen and get raw materials easily in the grocery store.
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