3 Best Baking Classes and Bakery Courses in Delhi

Do you know why so many aspiring bakers never pursue their dream of owning a bakery and end up in a dead-end 9-5 desk job that they so hate?

Mostly, because they have no clue where to begin. Yes, there are great options abroad but a course there can easily cost around 50 lacs or more and not everyone can afford to be such high fees.

So what if I told you that gone are days when you had to abroad to learn Europeans pastries, cakes and bread? And that you can learn it all in Delhi itself at less than 10 lacs or even 5 lacs?

Amazing right?

Well, here are the best bakery courses in Delhi that will turn into a professional within months with costing you big.

Best Bakery Courses in Delhi

1) Truffle Nation

You want value for your money and at Truffle Nation you get exactly that. How? Let’s find out.

TruffleNation Rating
Training
9.7
Accessibility
9.8
Infrastructure
9.5
Affordability
9.6
The Good
Courses are cheaper and shorter
Professional courses also include marketing sessions
Walkable from Saket Metro
Students get individual attention during classes
Weekend classes are available
All modules are available as eggless
The Bad
Batches fill up really quickly
9.6

Best Features

Do you know why most bakeries fail?

Incorrect pricing of items, bad marketing strategy, overpaying/underpaying staff, not putting out quality food, etc. are some of the few reasons.

And while most baking schools will teach you how to bake, Truffle Nation goes above and beyond making them hands down the best baking classes in Delhi.

Their Diploma and Certification courses cover not just European Bread, 3-tier cakes, etc. but also the above-mentioned pitfalls of business turning you from a beginner into an entrepreneur capable of running managing your own baking business.

If not that, you can also choose from numerous part-time bakery courses as well.

Working and cannot quit your job? No problem. TruffleNation gives you weekend training as well and will even give classes for missed ones considering you have a genuine reason.

But whatever the course or even a workshop, training is 100% hands-on and at the end of each class, they’ll even pack and give everything you baked to take home and share with your loved ones (maybe, even show-off a little bit).

Located barely a km away from the Saket Metro Station, they are one the most conveniently placed baking class in Delhi.

To top it all off, their courses are much shorter (no more wasting years to get certified) and more importantly, cheaper. Yup, you can now get your Diploma is baking for just Rs. 2,75,000.

The Drawbacks

The batch size is very small. They want every student to receive individual attention from the teacher and while that is great it means you need to enroll ASAP or there is a good chance you will miss out.


2) Academy of Pastry Arts India

Irrespective of where you look, the Academy of Pastry Arts will always be right up there amongst the best not just in Delhi but also Bangalore and Mumbai and here’s why.

Academy of Pastry Arts India Rating
Training
9
Accessibility
8
Infrastructure
9
Affordability
7.4
The Good
Faculty is one of the most impressive
For all courses training is 95% hands-on
Classes missed with genuine reasons are compensated
There are courses for everyone
Advanced Diploma students get to intern in Malaysia
The Bad
Cost more than other baking schools
Don't have marketing or food photography sessions
A little further from the metro station
8.5

Best Features

Gold Medal Winner for Pastry Queen India 2017, Gold Medal Winner in India Pastry Cup 2017, Gold Medal Winner In Callebaut Patisserie Of The Year. Confused?

Well, that’s the list of awards their faculty has won in the past and here is your chance to learn from them and maybe, even get a trophy on your cabinet.

To make you worthy of those awards, their Diploma course gives you 900+ hours of training which is mostly hands-on. And if you happen to take the advanced 9-month Diploma, you even get a chance to intern in Malaysia without paying a rupee extra.

You can also go with weekend part-time courses if you are just a hobbyist and want to continue your full-time job or studies.

Once again, missed glasses due to real reason will be provided to you irrespective of the course and you even get to take home all that has been baked by you.

If you happen to be an outstation student, they have partnered with many hostels nearby for a convenient and cheap stay. And yes, these hostels are clean and hygienic making your stay worthwhile.

The Drawbacks

Well, for all its great features, the Academy of Pastry Arts may be out of budget for many students as Diploma and certification courses can range between 5 lacs to even 8 lacs.

Plus, unlike TruffleNation, they don’t include marketing sessions either which a huge disappointment considering some of their courses are 9-months or even a year long.


3) International Institute of Culinary Arts, New Delhi

Being one of the oldest baking and culinary school in India, IICA has a reputation to maintain and they do that in style. Here’s all you need to know about them.

IICA Rating
Training
8.5
Accessibility
8
Infrastructure
7
Affordability
8
The Good
Hobby and Professional courses available
Get detailed learning with hands-on training
Full-time course students have 100% job assistance assurance
The Bad
Larger batch sizes can be overwhelming for many
Courses are pretty long
No marketing training
7.6

Best Features

Like any good bakery course, IICA also focusses on providing hands-on training with the finest quality ingredients and state of the art machinery (because baking yummy stuff is mostly about the ingredients and their mixing).

It is because of this training they can boast about their students finding placements at cafes and restaurants like the Maze Grill by Gordon Ramsay, Moromito in Dubai and so on.

They cater to all kinds of bakers and even those wanting to learn culinary arts (if you have got the passion, they have a course and batch for you). And since IICA has branches both in Gurgaon and Delhi,  you get to choose one that is closer to your location.

Making these amazing international and national placements a breeze is their 100% job assistance guarantee though keep in mind that extends only for students in full-time courses

The Downsides

The course here can take really long that means you are going to be waiting for a year or maybe even 2 to 3 to get certified. And yes, since the courses are longers, the fee is also pretty high. Though thankfully, you can pay in installments.

Another shortcoming of their courses in that though they take 2-3 years, they still miss out on important details such as marketing which is crucial to run and manage a baking business.

Lastly, 18-20 students in a batch mean there is a good chance you do not get the attention you really needed.

Best Bakery Courses in Delhi: Conclusion

I think the above details make it crystal clear for any aspiring baker that Truffle Nation is the ideal place to nurture your dreams of being a professional and owning a bakery and turn into a reality.

Don’t get us wrong, IICA and Academy of Pastry Arts are also fine baking classes but they can be expensive and don’t exactly train you to run a business which means you are most likely to end up at a job you grow to hate.

So get all TruffleNation course fees details from their wesbite and enroll ASAP. As you already know, seats here are pretty limited.