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Baking with Gummy and Mummy Bite

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I'm a frustrated chef and baker. There, I said it! I watch Cupcake Wars, Giada at Home, Barefoot Contessa, just to name a few... and I just enjoy watching them cook and bake!

I even included enrolling in a cooking and baking class in my Life List... Thinking that, someday, I'm going to have an amazing kitchen, so I better have the skills :)

So last Saturday, Kiel and I attended a baking class together. Yes! It was a Parent and Child workshop arranged by the celebrity mommy-slash-baker-slash-entrepreneur Bettinna Carlos.

I have been her avid follower on Instagram, and we she announced that she was going to have a baking class, I immediately signed up! 



I wasn't going to miss the chance to learn how to bake, have some bonding time with my child, plus be able to meet Bettinna herself and her daughter, Gummy!

And what made it even more exciting and impressive, was that mommy Bettinna and Gummy personally prepared everything, from the buying of ingredients and materials, making the hand-outs and certificates, and prepping the class kitchen and everything else!










Another thing I admire about Bettinna is her strong Faith, that's why she has all that energy and perseverance to prepare all this (“I can do all things through him who strengthens me. Philippians 4:13”). She mentioned that she has been praying for this before she finally decided to teach and share her love of baking, which I'm glad she did :) Thank God!

We woke up early Saturday morning because the class starts at 9AM. The little boy was excited to learn to bake too, so he woke up extra early for this.

The Venue, CCF Center, is right beside Fun Ranch. The Entrance is at the back, near Avilon Zoo.

When we got to the kitchen, we were given our handouts and hairnets. 

Bettinna was very down-to-earth, that's how I describe her... Parang hindi artista yung kaharap ko, because I can tell that she is very passionate about what she teaches and she was very humble. We said a short prayer before the class started, and then she proceeded to sharing about why and how she planned this workshop, by the Lord's grace. 

After that, she taught us the basics of baking, some terminology, which were all in her handouts by the way. Gummy helped of course, she even had her own visual aids, so that the kids present can understand too :) 





Mommy Bettinna then made a demonstration of the 4 goodies we were about to bake, and she was very hands on, walang kyeme kyeme. She was really a teacher to us that day.

Needless to say, we enjoyed our day baking, plus we learned a lot! And we're very happy to bake such yummy goodies! Promise, masarap! I especially love the chocolate chip cookies and red velvet cupcakes, which Bettinna shared with us her "secret" recipes.

All participants got certificates at the end of the day, and three mom and child pairs were awarded best baking buddies and got to take home a wooden tray from Kids Furniture Hub.

That's 2 things crossed off my Life List (attend a baking class and bake cookies and cupcakes... plus banana bread and brownies pa!)

Now, next step is to get a good oven... Bettinna suggested La Germania or Elba :)







If you want to learn to bake with your child too, Bettinna still has 3 upcoming classes!

Learn to bake these yummy goodies:

  1. Moist Bananutty Bread
  2. Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies
  3. Red Velvet Cuppycake
  4. Dark Fudgy Brownies

When: February 27, March12, and March 19
Time: 9:00am-2:00pm
Where: CCF Center, Frontera Verde, Pasig
Fee: 3000php (1parent and 1child) - includes hand-outs, ingredients, live-demo, hands-on work
What to Bring: Aprons, kitchen and hand towels, lots and LOTS of containers for take home goodies!

To reserve a slot or for other inquiries, text or viber 0917.861.BITE(2483) 

To learn more, just search for the hashtag #BakingwithGummyBites in IG



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11 comments

  1. Wow looks like you enjoyed your baking class so much! I wish to enroll my kids and myself too in this kind of activity.. great bonding moments too with the kids :)

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  2. I wish in about two to three years, baking classes like these would be there so I can do the same with my son :)

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  3. I love that it's a parent and child class, really gives a chance for you to bond. :)

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  4. Wow! It was so cute! I didn't know that Betina loves baking. Happy for your bonding moment with your kiddo =)

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  5. Uy, I like this! I wonder if I can squeeze it in pa as I should be packing and preparing for our summer trip na by those dates in March. Thanks for sharing! :)

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  6. I want to attend baking class too. Unfortunately ang layo sa'min ng area na'to.

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  7. Relate ako sa'yo Mommy Lique! Frustrated baker and chef din ako. Maybe someday I will give baking a try! Hihi. I am looking forward to the time na pwede na din kaming magbonding anak ko tulad nang sa inyo ng baby mo :)

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  8. I hope may classes parin na ganito when my son is old enough. I'm a frustrated baker too! And I'm also a big fan of Ms. Bettina. Hopefully someday I can be as good as her too in baking :)

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  9. OMG I love Bettina! I've followed her on Instagram for years! I would love to learn baking alongside her and adorbs Gummy :D

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  10. looks like a very interesting bonding activity with the kiddos! I have always wanted to learn to bake even when I do not have an oven, yet! :)

    I am also a fan of Bettina + a follower of her IG account, I love all the yummy stuff she makes + how devoted she is to her craft + her little Gummy. kung malapit lang ito sa amin, i would sure like to join with my little man!

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  11. This is something I would love to attend but I have to get myself a good oven first as our old trusty oven isn't functioning well Na after the Ondoy. Will take note of the dates. Thank you for this.

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