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What You'll Get
Without the promise of sweets, mouths would never have the patience to stay open during dentist's appointments or closed during beekeeping demonstrations. Keep mouths copacetic with this Groupon.
$45 for a Gourmet Cake-Decorating Class (Up to $90 Value)
Amanda leads a range of cake-decorating classes including holiday-specific Cupcake Decorating sessions; a beginner-level Fun with Fondant class; and the most popular class, Buttercream Basics, which teaches pupils how to level, fill, stack, and crumb coat a 5-inch cake before decorating it with buttercream icing and accents.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 9, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Registration required; subject to availability. 1-week cancellation notice required or a $25 fee may apply upon rescheduling. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Amanda Oakleaf Cakes
Butter, sugar, and flour. These three simple ingredients form the basis of each treat cooked up at Amanda Oakleaf Cakes. While the ingredients are straightforward, the cakes are anything but, as proven by head baker Amanda Oakleaf and the 4-foot-tall Dora the Explorer cake she constructed on the Food Network’s Cake Challenge. At her shop, Amanda and her team of artists, sculptors, and bakers create treats that run the gamut in flavor and function, from elegant tiers of red velvet to sugary cartoon figurines placed atop marshmallow fondant. Guests can dream up flavor combinations such as gingerbread cake slathered in white-chocolate buttercream or chocolate samoa layered in honey icing, or offer up a 3-D object for Amanda and her team to re-create in meticulous, edible detail. Regularly scheduled cake-decorating classes impart visitors with some of the team’s creative tricks of the trade, such as leveling cakes and keeping schoolchildren from swarming in through the doggy door at the sight of snickerdoodle cupcakes.