Baking Class FAQ

How can I contact you?

For questions about our classes please call (780) 455-2323 or email

Where are classes held?

Our classes take place at Dutch Delicious Bakery, located at 13232 – 118 Avenue Edmonton.

How can I find out when classes will be released?

Classes will be released on our website as we schedule future dates. We currently offer one class a month on varying topics. You can sign up to Oma’s recipes at to be notified of classes released and dates.

What types of classes do you offer?

We offer a variety of hands-on classes on topics including Kroket (a Dutch fast food delicacy), cookies, cake building, pastry, puff dough, bread baking for beginners as well as an advanced bread baking class. These high value classes are always a lot of fun and immerse you in Dutch culture.

Who teaches the classes?

Siebe Koopman is the owner and head baker at Dutch Delicious. He has been baking since he started baking school when he was 16 years old in Holland, and his passion for the trade shines through in each class.

Class formats

Our classes are held on one evening and are typically 2 to 3 hours in length. Please note that classes can run ~15 minutes over or under the allotted time. The classes accommodate a maximum of 8 people. Most classes you will be working individually with the exception of the pastry class and cookie class, so if you signed up alone, you may be paired with someone else for those classes.

Private Classes

Please contact the bakery at (780)455-2323 or via email at We would love to help you book your private class. We can accommodate 8 people per class.

Who can attend the classes?

Our baking classes are designed to accommodate any level of baking experience. We want you to feel comfortable, have fun, and have learned something new when you leave here.

*We reserve the right to refuse registration or cancel an existing registration at our discretion.

Can children take classes?

At this time, we do not offer classes that are specifically geared towards children. All children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult (1 adult per child), and we generally recommend a minimum age of 8 years old for even our simplest classes. Adults attending with their children must also register in the class.

How do I register?

Registration can be done either over the phone with a credit card, (780) 455 2323 or online by visiting

You can follow the instructions on how to register via our website.

Cancellation policy

Payment in full is required at the time of registration. Unfortunately, there will be no refunds on classes. This is a strict policy and no exceptions will be made due to illness, weather, traffic, family difficulties etc. A great deal of time and preparation goes into our classes, we need as much time as possible to try and fill any vacant spots. Spots are fully transferable and we are always happy to welcome a friend or family member in your place. 

You will get a reminder email the week before the class. Thereafter it is the student’s responsibility to remember the date and time of the class they are registered in, and no credit will be issued should they fail to attend for that reason.

What to wear

We encourage you to wear comfortable clothing and closed-toed shoes for our hands-on classes. And for all our classes, please refrain from wearing strong perfumes or colognes as a courtesy to the other students in the class (you also want to be able to smell all the deliciousness). We will provide you with an apron to use.

Class changes

In exceptional circumstances classes may need to be cancelled. If this happens you will be offered a choice between a full refund or a transfer to another class. In addition, we reserve the right to change the class content and instructor without prior notice.


If you are allergic or sensitive to particular ingredients, be aware that you may be required to handle all the ingredients used in the class, which may include dairy, nuts, flour, etc. Unfortunately, classes cannot be altered to accommodate food sensitivities and allergies. Allergy awareness is the responsibility of the student and not Dutch Delicious.