Sweets classes (Private class)

NTD 2250.pp ( USD 75 appr.)

Want something sweet and not savory? No problem! We have prepared 4 fun and delicious sweets classes for you to choose from.  The class requires a minimum of 2 people .


"Wishing you prosperity and wealth”
Pineapple in Chinese is “鳳梨, Phoenix pear”. The Chinese think the shape of its green leaves look like the tail of a phoenix and it tastes like a pear.

Its pronunciation in Taiwanese sounds almost the same as a phrase meaning "to come forth, prosperous and thriving". Therefore it symbolizes luck.

It is one of the six flavors of Taiwanese wedding cake, we named it phoenix cake. After years of improvement, phoenix cake reduced in size to about 50g per cake, thus the pineapple cake was born and has become the most famous Taiwanese pastry delight.

Join us and learn how to bake this traditional and delicious Taiwanese delight from scratch.

We will package the pineapple cake you baked into a gift box, it will be the most special souvenir for you to bring home for your friends and family.



"The best sweet souvenir to bring home to your family”
There is quite a difference between Taiwanese nougat and European nougat in that Taiwanese nougat is filled with more of a milky flavor. Combining a marshmallow base recipe and infusing it with nuts and cranberries, green-tea or chocolate you can create your own delicious treat. The finished nougat will be enjoyed with tea or coffee and extra will be made and packaged to take home as a souvenir for family or friends.


"it is one of four most popular bread for local people ”
Polo Bao (Pineapple Bun) is a type of sweet bread, originating from Hong Kong in the 1960s and then introduced to Taiwan soon after. The word polo means pineapple in Cantonese; however, the bread does not contain pineapple. It is named that way because of its appearance. Its sugary top crust is cooked to a golden-brown color, and because its checkered top resembles the skin of a pineapple.
The top of the Polo bun is made of dough similar to that used to make sugar cookies, which consists of sugar, eggs, flour, and fat.
It is one of the four most popular and traditional breads for Taiwanese, making up the 
"four queens" title with spring onion bread, red bean bread and butter buns.



"She does not dance; she soars as though on wings."

It's so unique and widely loved that the two countries both claim it as their national dish.

No one knows who first created the Pavlova. But the name and the recipes first began appearing soon after Russian prima ballerina, Anna Matveyevna Pavlova (1881-1931), toured both Australia and New Zealand in 1926 and Australia again in 1929. Anna Pavlova was considered the greatest ballerina of her time and her visit to New Zealand has been described as "the chief event of 1926." It was said "She does not dance; she soars as though on wings."From this you get the sense that this is a light and airy dessert.

The hotel chef who invented it was inspired by her tutu, draped in green silk cabbage roses. The basic shape of the tutu was provided by a meringue case, while the froth of the skirt's net was suggested by whipped cream. To achieve the effect of the green roses the enterprising chef used slices of kiwifruit.

Join us and learn how to make this delicious treat! Every class can accomodate only 6 students, so space is limited. Book a seat quickly for you and your friends!  


© 2015 by GOTUCOOK. Proudly created with Wix.com

  • Facebook
  • Instagram
This site was designed with the
website builder. Create your website today.
Start Now