Exciting Butter Book Offer from HBA

Exciting Butter Book Offer from HBA

Exciting Butter Book Offer from HBA

The Butter Book brings food enthusiasts of all levels together to learn and master pastry, baking and cake decoratingSAVE $49.99

Founded by world-renowned chefs Sebastien Canonne & Jacquy Pfeiffer of The French Pastry School, The Butter Book is an online baking community with lessons designed to inspire delicious creativity in the kitchen. If you’re a beginner looking to master the pastry basics, a seasoned home baker looking to take your confectionary skills to the next level, or a professional pastry chef eager to reconnect with classic recipes, then The Butter Book is designed for you.

  • Expertise shared by master chefs
  • 150 recipe lessons + 40 courses
  • New releases weekly
  • Chef-led closed-captioned videos
  • Over 4,000 terms & references
  • Exclusive articles & tips

The Home Baking Association is pleased to partner with The French Pastry School to bring you The Butter Book!  Educators have an opportunity to explore this online book and all of its many baking lessons and then receive a discount when using Code: tbbhba150! By using this code, you will receive a $49.99 discount on a yearly subscription with total cost $150/year. Your discount provides $15 to the Home Baking Association to support baking education! Thank you!


Each video lesson is designed to give you knowledge of everything pastry, baking, and cake decorating, with clear, step-by-step instructions. Learn how to execute recipes from start to finish, with visual cues and chef tips to make sure you’re doing things the right way.

Learn the Finer Points of Breadmaking

Understanding how ingredients react with each other is key to making bread turn out great every time. We’ll teach you the star ingredients of classic breads, the different types of bread starters, the hows and whys of gluten, and walk you through some of our favorite bread recipes.

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