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  • In this pastry arts camp, We will work in teams to compete cupcake vs. cupcake. Participants will learn some new decorating skills and techniques using piping bags and fondant. Camp will feature at least four different baking/decorating challenges.

    Campers will spend the day coming up with creative designs and flavors. 

     

    If your child likes watching Cupcake Wars on the Food Network, they will love this camp!

    Kids learn different baking techniques and apply those skills and their creativity as they bake and decorate cupcakes. This camp is a pastry adventure that tastes lip-smackingly good! Your young chef will be introduced to a bountiful amount of sweets and baked goods as they build their techniques. (And if you're lucky they'll bring some home to share!)

     

    • Your child will work with other students in groups of 1-3

    • Fun, hands-on experience

    • Eat what they make

    • Camps are held from 9:30 am - 3:30 pm

    • Camps are limited to 8 students

    • Your child will receive a booklet of recipes at the end of the week

    • Active participation—Your child will be standing, cooking and working for most of the class

    • Please have students wear comfortable, closed-toe shoes and have long hair tied back

    • We will begin by touching base on kitchen safety and know how, but the majority of the day will be spent cooking and baking by working in a team and following a recipe. Chefs will be on hand to assist.

    • Lunch will be provided at 12:30  pm, or you can bring your own lunch

    • Every day of camp will include time outside in the Toonerville Trolley park across the street from our shop, with supervision from staff members.

     

     

     

     

    Cupcake Wars Day Camp (March 31st)

    $68.00 Regular Price
    $51.00Sale Price
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