Pastry Chef

jose vilchis

How do I become a pastry chef?

While some high schools may offer perfunctory training in the culinary industry, the best way into a pastry chef career is with a high school diploma and post-high school training in the field.This can be attained either by enrolling in a pastry arts program at a career school or college, or by applying to a school that's purely devoted to the culinary arts or pastry arts.

what is a Pastry Chef

A pastry chef or pâtissier is a station chef in a professional kitchen, skilled in the making of pastries, desserts, breads and other

How much does a pastry chef make?

A pastry chef earns an average to excellent salary for their pastry skills.

A pastry chef typically runs the dessert section of a restaurant, hotel or bakery, directing the preparation, flavoring, and baking of desserts, including pastries, cakes, pies or other desserts.

Pastry chefs supervises and coordinates pastry workers in pastry shops and kitchens assigning specific baking tasks and directs workers in task performance.

How much does a pastry chef make?

Restaurants $31,268 to $45,830

Bakery $22,952 to $40,793

Hotel $41,079 to $67,115

Baking – Pastry $24,740 to $45,000

Food Service $29,842 to $42,685

Hotel/Hospitality $40,000 to $69,704

Catering $36,608 to $48,834