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Baby: Boy or Girl?

This is for all my “expecting” friends. I just got the opportunity to do a baby reveal cake for a close friend of mine….what an awesome idea right?


So how does it work you ask….

Well instead of finding out the babies’ gender at the doctors office, have them put the answer in an envelope and then give to me (hehe). I’ll then create the inside of the cake in the color of the babies’ gender. You can cut into the cake together in private or organize a whole party around the concept!

Yes! As you all probably have guessed, the pink color raspberry butter cream vanilla bean cake indicates that it’s a baby GIRL!

It is super fun and actually makes for a great party!

Chocolatey Fun’s Around the Corner

You’ve got to save the date: March 16th, 2013 | 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Come join us for some chocolatey fun at the Snohomish Chocolate Walk!

We will be partnering with Skip Rock Distillers whose liqueurs are top notch!
Imagine our cake balls sticked with mini pipette full of Skip Rock’s raspberry and coffee liqueur. Holy YUM!!!
Visit us at Skip Rock Distillery’s tasting room | 104 Ave C, Snohomish , WA 98290.

Can’t wait to see you there :D

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The Groupon Is On!

For those of you that have bought or are considering buying our groupon offer read on for more information:

Well, you have spoken and we have listened. We are currently running a groupon offer for over 50% off of our Cake Pop Making classes for this winter/spring. We will be holding classes most Tuesday nights from 6:30pm to 8:30 pm.


To view the groupon click here

If you are looking to schedule your class please click here.

For any other questions please email or call us!

 

See below for what you’ll learn…

If you’ve tried to make these at home you know how challenging this treat can be to make. We’ll teach you how to:

-  smooosh your cake and buttercream together to get that yummy moist center of the cake pop/ball.
 
-    portion your cake to get the same size balls every time.

-  roll your cake into a smooth balls. Sounds insane…I know, but it does take practice.

-  dip the cake pops and cake balls in the yummy chocolate coating and make it smooth.
 
-    the best part….how to decorate and make your cake pops/balls festive.


You don’t need to bring any supplies. All tools will be provided.

Can’t wait to meet you all. This class is going to be YUMMY.

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