50.00 New Outlook, 3 Station St Wollongong (across from Nectar Cafe) 1-4pm, 19th November 2016
About the Class
German Stollen is a delicious traditional Christmas treat! A fruit bread containing dried fruit and often covered with powdered sugar or icing sugar, it takes practice and a good teacher to learn how to bake this delicacy.
The bread is usually made with chopped candied fruit and/or dried fruit, nuts and spices. Come and learn from Busy Lisi on how to make your very own sweet Stollen.
Watch and learn the process, plus take your own stollen dough home to bake!
Stollen matures in flavour and is best rested for up to four weeks after baking, making this timing perfect for having your Stollen ready for family and friends at Christmas Time!
For as long as I can remember I have been baking and doing craft with my grandmothers and my mother, especially in the time leading up to Christmas. This time we call ‘Advent’ in German and when the days get shorter and the weather colder the best thing to do is to fill the house with the delightful scents of Christmas, listen to music, light candles and get creative to decorate the house.
I have my own business selling my homemade German baked goods – Busy Lisi!