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Afternoon Tea With Ms. B: Creating a No-Bake Afternoon Tea for Two

Ms. Brown
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(91)
We will make three no-bake snacks and tea for two while learning how to host a traditional afternoon tea.

Class experience

You will need the following things for our afternoon tea: 
sliced bread
large strawberries
whipped cream
mini chocolate chips (Semi sweet, milk, or white — whatever your child likes)—  we will be melting these, the higher chocolate content the thicker the melted chocolate so you might need a table spoon of cooking oil.
A pre-made cake (any flavor but make sure it is not a cheese cake or other dense cake) cut into 1” cubes — day le cake is best as it dries out and mixes with the frosting better. Very moist cake might take a dash of dry flour. 
pre-made frosting (only about 1/4 cup)
 hot water
two medium bowls
 two metal spoons
wax paper
paper towels
tea cup/saucer
Sharp knife
Dull knife

Optional items: 
- a teapot
- cookie cutter
- three-tier cake stand
- apron

If you do not like cucumbers on your sandwiches, you may replace the butter and cucumber for peanut butter and jelly or any other items you like in your sandwich.
Students will be handling a knife and hot liquids. Young children may need assistance with these. We must have a minimum of 3 students enrolled to host the class. If less than 3 are enrolled within approximately 24 hours before class start time, the class will be canceled. 
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(91)
My name is Ms. Brown. I teach etiquette, millinery (hat making), writing, editing, soft skills, mindfulness, adulting, business, various crafts, and leadership. 
Like you, I love learning new things and value education for all ages. I... 
Group Class


per class
Meets once
75 min

Completed by 21 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 6-10
2-5 learners per class

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