Baking Workshop: Cakesicles
In this one-time interactive class, learners will decorate cakesicles, which are large cake pops or cake on a stick!
19 total reviews for this teacher
2 reviews for this class
Completed by 5 learners
year old learners
learners per class
60 minute class
In this one-time course, students will learn how to decorate their own delicious and beautiful cakesicles. What is a cakesicle, you ask? It is like a larger cake pop (2 or 3 bites, instead of 1) or just cake on a stick. This class will only focus on assembling the cakesicles and decoration, so there will be no baking. Students MUST bring their own pre-baked and cooled cake for class. In this interactive class, we will need to use the freezer and microwave. We will start with melting our...
This class is taught in English.
The one hour class time will not allow for all of the cakesicles to be made. You can continue on your own to finish using all the cake to make additional cakesicles. If you don't, the cakesicle filling tastes delicious on it's own or it can be frozen for future use!
Ingredients: - BAKED cake - candy melts (2 bags, same color or different) - icing (store bought in tub or make your own) - sprinkles (optional, any color or type) Kitchen Equipment: - cakesicle silicone molds - popsicle sticks - large mixing bowl - baking sheet - rubber spatula - small spoons - knife or small offset spatula - small microwave safe bowls - oven mitts - parchment paper - small plastic snack bag (Ziploc or other) - scissors - microwave - freezer
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Supervision (off-camera monitoring) is required when students are using the microwave and handling hot bowls.
Elementary School Teacher (M.Ed., NBCT) and Avid Baker
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
19 total reviews
43 completed classes
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