Gelato making class in Verona
- Cook fresh fruit sorbet and handmade ice-cream
- Friendly, experienced, passionate Chef
- Stylish vintage cooking School
- Hands-on cooking course
Join this two hours cooking course to learn the secrets on how to make traditional italian ice cream and fresh fruit sorbet. In a stylish school kitchen with a local and passionate Chef, enjoy this friendly cooking class for this very Italian coulinar class.
Meet at Veronality InfoPoint to start this funny and kids friendly cooking class on how to make these Italian desserts from scratch. Get yourself comfortable in a vintage kitchen, wear your apron and write down your name on the top. Our trustworthy Italian Chef will ask to cut down the fresh fruits for the sorbets, while the ingredients of the ice-cream get mixed up into the machine. Afterwords, swapping around between the two activities, you can also read the dosages on a Recipe Book that you can bring home to make this sweet desserts with family and friends. Finally, when everything is ready you will put the portions into nice glasses and enjoy these sweet desserts with the rest of the group.
- Cooki class with an expert Chef
- Recipe book
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Gratuities (optional)
Child (6-13): reduced
Stradone Porta Palio, 29, 37122 Verona VR, Italia
10 minutes before at VERONALITY info point
- Minimum numbers of 2 apply
- There’s a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there aren’t enough reservations. In this case you’ll be offered an alternative or full refund
- At least 24 hrs advanced booking required
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from June to September
Starting time: 3:30pm
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