Wondered why that friend or cousin of yours that could be yummy cakes and pastries went on to pick a boring desk job? Well, because in India, finding top-notch baking classes can be tough.

But if you live in Delhi, that will no longer be the case as we are going to make this simpler than ever.


Well, our team of experts did thorough research which included student reviews, placement/startup history, etc. and picked for you the 3 best bakery courses in Delhi you should know about.

Best Bakery Courses in Delhi 2020

1) Truffle Nation (Best Baking Classes in Delhi)

TruffleNation remains a top pick for many due to their ability to turn amateur bakers into an individual capable of running and managing a bakery kitchen. Here’s how they do it.

TruffleNation Rating
The Good
Get value for your money
Get trained in digital marketing and staffing/pricing
Hands-on Practical classes
Get weekend Batches
Modules can be eggless
About 2kms from the Saket Metro
The Bad
They run out of seats quickly

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There is only one way anyone can ever learn baking and it is by doing rather reading or seeing videos and experts here understand that. This is why they have adopted a completely hands-on approach to learning.

This means you will learn something as small as preheating an oven and also something as complicated as folding pastry dough for puff pastries (cool, right?).

And with detailed theoretical classes to support that practical training, you will get in-depth knowledge about the role an ingredient plays which will help you create your own recipes in the future.

But just having a fantastic recipe isn’t enough. You have to reach out to the masses and let them know about it as well to make sales. This is where their marketing classes come in handy.

In these sessions that are part of their professional courses, you will be trained to handle social media accounts, spending wisely on ad campaigns be it social media or Google and so on.

But that’s not the only benefit of their Diploma course. At the end of the course, top students get to intern with them as well (maybe, even score a job if you are that good). If not that, their team will make finding jobs and other internship opportunities easy peasy.

Along with those professional courses, there are detailed short courses as well but if you go for professional courses, you also get guaranteed help with bakery setup years after your course was completed.

Are you vegetarian and want to learn eggless versions for pretty much everything? TruffleNation is one of the very few baking schools to offer that.

Furthermore, every trainer is there to support 4-5 students. This means they get individual attention which isn’t possible with many of the baking classes in Delhi that stuff batches with 20-25 students or more.

To top it all, these offer the most pocket-friendly courses. Yup, when compared to schools like Chef IICA or the Academy of Pastry and Culinary Arts, India, you’ll save 2-3 lacs if not more.

Finally, their close proximity to the Saket metro means you can skip the rush on the road and save a few bucks as well (they are just a km away).


Finding a seat in their Diploma batch can be tough since the batches are smaller and demand is high so if you really want to start your bakery, get signed up today.

2) ASSOCOM Institute of Bakery Technology & Management

You do not want to spend big on your baking course and guess what, just like TruffleNation, AIBTM gives you the chance to get quality education at lower prices as well. Here’s more about them

AIBTM Rating
The Good
Another pocket-friendly baking school
Advanced Diploma course includes business planning
Hands-on Training
Evening batches available
They also provide accommodations
The Bad
Located in Greater Noida thus difficult to reach
Batch size is larger
No marketing training

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Just like any top bakery class in Delhi, even AIBTM focusses on providing completely hands-on training to students at affordable prices and talking about courses, they have plenty to choose from.

For starters, anyone looking to take up baking professionally can enroll for their Diploma courses and if you already have a Diploma, take your skills to the next level with their master’s degree. Part of these professional courses is also important aspects such as business planning.

Furthermore, you also get a special cooking space, lab, library on the campus along with regular workshops by experts and industrial visits.

But that isn’t all.

If you cannot take time out from your busy schedule due to work or studies, there is a special evening batch as well that will fit your baking aspirations just perfectly. Similarly, there are other short-term courses as well that revolve around cookies, cakes, etc.

The one benefit that AIBTM has over other similar baking schools is that they are a better choice for students coming from outside of Delhi.

Yup, this is because of their on-campus hostel where you can choose an AC sharing room, a non-AC sharing room if you are on a tighter budget and a single room if you’d rather be alone.


While having a hostel definitely makes finding accommodation easier, you will also have to pay more since the fee for the hostel isn’t included in the course fee.

And if you do find cheaper accommodation in Delhi or Noida, traveling to the fro the school will be very tough since greater Noida does not have great connectivity yet.

And lastly, they do have business planning as part of the course but it is no match for the detailed marketing sessions that TruffleNation provides.

3) Culinary and Cake Decorating School

Last to feature on our list of the best bakery courses in Delhi is CCDS and here’s why they are worth the consideration as well.

CCDS Rating
The Good
Winners of prestigious baking awards part of faculty
Most of your training is hands-on
Intern in Malaysia with advanced Diploma
Get weekend classes
The Bad
Their courses cost quite a bit
No marketing or food photography classes

Top Features

Baking schools are often defined by two things, their faculty and their infrastructure and APCA impresses with both.

After all, when you hear that the gold medal winner in India Pastry Cup 2017 is a faculty, wouldn’t you be tempted right away?

That’s just one of them, they have other similar award winners as well. And if not that, the faculty still happens to have tons of experience in the hospitality industry to guide from a beginner to a pro.

APCA caters to all kinds of people. That means they have both full-time and part-time courses for culinary and pastry arts.

This also includes weekend classes for those that are pre-occupied with work or studies during the week and a dual course for that want to be a master at both.

Part of the advanced Diploma and Dual program is the opportunity to go and intern in Malaysia. This exposure will take your skills up a notch as you get to learn about entirely different cuisine.

As per the details provided on the website, training in APCA is 92% hands-on. You will learn to work with mixers, commercial ovens and the finest of ingredients

If you are moving to Delhi just for your courses, APCA can help you find accommodations and nearby by hostels and PGs that provide good food and are clean.

The Drawbacks

The main problem with APCA is that they are one of the most expensive baking classes in Delhi, especially when compared to TruffleNation or AIBTM.

Also, there are no marketing or photography sessions. For anyone looking to start a home business or bakery, this only adds to the challenge.