Cake balls use butter and eggs just like regular cakes do, except that the butter and eggs come from tiny cows and chickens. Smaller is sweeter with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $45 for a two-hour cake-pop baking-and-decorating class for two (a $100 value)
- $89 for a two-hour cake-pop baking-and-decorating class for four (a $200 value)
- $225 for a 2.5-hour private in-home cake-pop baking-and-decorating party for up to 10 (a $450 value)
During both the class and the private party, Tastee Tee’s expert bakers teach students the ins and outs of making cake pops from scratch. Using provided supplies, novice bakers learn insider techniques and which products are best to use, then hone their tactile skill by rolling and dipping cake balls. Students also get to take home their edible pieces of art.
Classes are held only on Saturdays.
From a front-row seat on the kitchen stairs, a young Tia Robinson watched her mother cook delicious meals and decadent sweets for the family. As she took in the sights and smells, Tia envisioned herself one day doing the same. In college, the self-proclaimed foodie honed her cooking skills, but she only truly got hooked on baking after she made a batch of cupcakes for coworkers. Today, Tia's passion for cupcakes and cakes of all sorts can be seen in every one of the desserts crafted by her business, Tastee Tee's. She creates nearly 20 cupcake flavors, from simple and elegant chocolate cakes with chocolate frosting to more innovative creations such as caramel delight, alongside custom-created cakes and bite-size cake pops. Best of all, Tia customizes her creations for just about any event, be it a wedding, birthday party, or anniversary, and shares her talents during cake-pop baking, decorating, and digesting classes.