Sweet celebrations are underway at Savour Chocolate and Patisserie School as Kirsten Tibballs and her team celebrate not only the school’s 15 year anniversary, but also the very exciting launch of Kirsten’s first app “Mix n’ Make”.
Launched in June, the app reflects a new chapter for Savour School and showcases the new direction the industry is taking.
Mix n’ Make is designed for anyone who wants to hone their patisserie skills by offering plenty of tips, tricks and easy to follow recipes that users can create, share and print. Known as Australia’s Queen of Chocolate, Kirsten has spent months testing and developing an array of recipes exclusively for the app. There are over a thousand variations of beautiful tarts, macarons and eclairs all with interchangeable flavours.
Users can create their own unique recipes, flavour combinations and even bespoke recipe books to keep in the kitchen. Among its many assets, the app also features a live action book where you can unlock a range of recipes and view the image of the final product so you know how it will look. Kirsten is also there to share her knowledge and guide users on their exciting patisserie journey, catering to a range of skill sets from beginner to advanced.
The move into the app world isn’t surprising given the international demand for Savour’s classes, both online and at the Brunswick school. Headed up by the world-renowned Kirsten, Savour has cemented its position as Australia’s preeminent patisserie school, having expanded into the virtual cooking world in 2014. “The industry is continually evolving and so is Savour, whether it’s new recipes, concepts and ideas,” she said. “I wanted to evolve digitally and offer people the opportunity to get creative with interchangeable flavours and patisserie products from the ease of their device, all while having fun!”