Kids Baking Class - Vanilla Beginnings for Kids

A sweet introduction to cakes for little bakers!

Take a delightful deep dive into a beloved treat: cake! Chef Aleatra creates a fun and informative environment that kids will love, as well as a series of delicious kid-friendly recipes.

Little bakers will learn an array of cake flavors including vanilla, chocolate, caramel, and snickerdoodle. They will learn how to create a decadent cake that they can easily recreate at home, then they’ll decorate their creations with buttercream icing and ice cream. Class ends on a sweet note as the kids dig into their beautiful homemade cakes.

Kids need to be accompanied by an adult for this class; adults required to purchase tickets in addition to kids.

  • Minimum Guests 2
  • Maximum Guests 6
  • Meal Courses 1
  • Event Duration 3 hours
  • Labels Baking, Cake Decorating, Gluten Free, Kids, Teens

Reviews guests left for other experiences with Chef Aleatra



26 May 2017

Really nice and very informative



17 Dec 2016

Awesome cooking class. Very professional chef and incredibly fresh ingredients. We really enjoyed the experience and will definitely use Cozymeal again.



20 Sep 2016

Chef Aleatra is SUCH a smart cookie--no pun intended! She's so talented and excited about what she does that it's infectious. She's serious about taste and flavor and it comes through in her cooking and teaching. Her cupcake was SO yummy and her shrimp were to die for. My mouth is watering just thinking about it! Wonderful class.

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My passion for food goes back as far as I can remember, but my favorite memory is of my first solo cooking experience, making scrambled eggs for my family at the age of six. I have trained in numerous cooking techniques since then including: world cuisine, dessert designing, gluten-free baking, classic sauces, seafood, grilling, Southern and all things bacon and cupcake related!!

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