Winter time - Guetzli time
The days become shorter, cold wind blows through the alleys, the trees drop their last leaves - the time of mandarins, oranges, baked apples and of course Christmas cookies begins.
Our pâtisseur will enchant you during the winter season. Under his expert guidance you and your team will bake delicious Christmas cookies. It could be Matcha cookies with green tea extract, vodka boys, whoopie, nut-apple cookies or classic cinnamon stars, coconut macaroons or Christmassy nut-apple cookies - with every variety you make, the anticipation of Christmas grows.
With the help of the Pâtissier you make the dough yourself. And then comes the best part: nibbling, cutting out, nibbling, decorating, nibbling, baking...
If you also decide to have an aperitif or dinner after baking, our kitchen team will wrap up the sweets in pretty bags so that you can take them home with you. If you want to pack the cookies yourself, you are of course welcome to do so.
The Guetzli Workshop is ideal for baking customer Christmas presents with your team. This is how customer loyalty works!
Apéro and dinner
After the work is done you have the opportunity to enjoy a glass of wine and salty pastries. If you wish to have dinner after the aperitif, ask for our menu suggestions. The Guetzlibacken can only be booked in combination with an aperitif or dinner.
Size of group
10 to 50 people
around 2 h
all year round
except every Thursday and Friday in December
German, French, English
|incl. 7.7% VAT|
|Pâtissier for about 2 hours||380.00||flat-rate|
|each additional hour||105.00||flat-rate|
|Material costs, packaging etc.||39.00||/pers.|
|Food for the workshop||on demand|
Included in the price
|-||One glass of Prosecco per person (or orange juice and mineral water)|
|-||Supervision by a specialist|
|-||Rent of the kitchen|
|-||All necessary material|
|-||Various packaging materials for the Guetzli|
|-||Recipe booklet followed by a diploma|
|-||outward and return journey|
|-||Apéro and dinner|
|-||Get filmed and make a video for customers and social media, plus the Guetzli as a customer gift|