It’s true, once you try a homemade pop tart, you will never be able to buy them from the store again! In this three-hour workshoppe, guests will learn how to mix, roll, and form the dough. After the dough is prepared, guests will create the filling, and then form and bake the pop tarts. Finish the recipe by making a sweet glaze. All guests will have the option to make brown sugar & cinnamon and raspberry pop tarts. Guests will go home with a new appreciation for pop tarts, in addition to one-half dozen freshly baked, flaky, and flavorful pop tarts. A complimentary beverage is also included.
Adam Schonert is a junior at Iowa State University studying Food Science. Adam has a strong passion for baking, science, and teaching and loves offering classes at Rose Farm. Adam and his wife Sophia currently own Schonert’s Patisserie, a home-licensed bakery that offers various baked goods. They are especially known for pastries, pies, cheesecakes, cakes, and pour-over coffee. Adam has extensive experience developing new products in the food industry.
Last summer, Adam was the Bakery R&D Intern at Newly Weds Food in Chicago, IL. During his role, he was able to develop a new product line for the company. During the summer of 2019, Adam was the R&D Intern at Country Maid Inc. in West Bend, IA. During his experience, he was able to develop new product lines and flavorings.Adam had been acknowledged many times for his ability to develop new food products. In 2018, Adam worked at The Chocolate Season in Algona, Iowa, where The Food Network rated his waffle menu “The Best in Iowa”.
He was also a finalist in the National Dairy Council New Product Competition in 2019. You’ll typically see Adam and Sophia at the farm teaching a class, lending a hand, or brewing pour-over coffee. After taking a class at Rose Farm with Adam, you’ll leave with a deeper understanding of the product, culinary techniques, and a new passion for baking.