Teaching A Cake Class/demo

Decorating By kricket Updated 10 Oct 2009 , 1:56pm by baycheeks1

kricket Posted 10 Oct 2009 , 1:33pm
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I'm teaching a cake decorating class soon for a group of ladies at my church. I have about one hour, and there will be around 30 in attendance. This isn't the right venue for a lot of "hands-on", although I thought I might have them try ribbon roses. Any suggestions for how I should use this hour?

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baycheeks1 Posted 10 Oct 2009 , 1:56pm
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I'm tryin to think what would be a good idea...what do you have planned already? What had you planned to teach them when this first came about? I know I did a class before where we made the cakes from scratch, waited for them to cool and let them decorate their own cakes with BC and other deco but no fondant.

I know you only have an hour, but maybe I'm thinking that you could do some cupcakes that can be iced and doecorations be added. You could have a dummy cake that is about half way done and complete it while you're there talking to them.

Since you ddi talk about the ribbon roses, have one made and take enough material so that everyone can make one. And show them how to do it.

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