Cake Decorating Class for One, Two, or Four at Carlo's Bakery, Seen on TLC's "Cake Boss" (Up to 50% Off)

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Carol H. · 19 reviews TOP REVIEWER HELPFUL REVIEWER
Reviewed August 21, 2016
My mom and I had a good experience but we would've liked to learn how the fondant is made as well. We almost ran out of time too.

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John L. ·
Reviewed July 28, 2016
I sent my wife and daughter as a surprise- they loved it!

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Kemo D. ·
Reviewed July 12, 2016
Nice family little experience to try once or twice :)

What You'll Get


Choose from Three Options

  • $70 for a cake class for one ($125 value)
  • $135 for a cake class for two ($250 value)
  • $250 for a cake class for four ($500 value)

Under the guidance of an experienced cake decorator, guests learn how to shape fondant into themed decorations, from delicate flowers to a Frankenstein face, which they then use to create their own Cake Boss-like cake. All classes receive a Carlo’s Bakery apron, and students are able to take their finished cakes home.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Online Registration required. Must enter # of Attendees at http://classes.carlosbakery.com/ Online reservation required, visit http://gr.pn/carlos-bakery . Must be at least 10 years old. Parent Must also enroll if bringing Kids under 18 must be accompanied by an adult also enrolled in the class. These classes are taught by Carlo's Bakery top cake decorators. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Carlo's Bakery


Draped in fondant flowers and bright swirls of buttercream, Buddy Valastro's cakes would catch anyone's eye—but that's especially true for fans of reality TV. The master baker and his visually stunning creations both star on TLC's Cake Boss, which has filmed at the Valastro family's Hoboken confectionery, Carlo's Bakery, since 2009.

Buddy's cakes have also won national notice beyond the show, including features in publications such as The Knot and Brides. And beyond designing delectable cakes for special occasions, Buddy shares his secrets through hands-on cake decorating classes, which are taught by his dedicated team of bakers at locations throughout New Jersey at the Morristown, Red Bank, and Ridgewood bakeries, as well as the original Carlo’s Bakery in Hoboken.

A cake decorating specialist for Carlo's Bakery, Gabby Parisi, talked to us about what it's like to attend the bakery's fondant cake decorating classes (buttercream cake decorating classes are also available).

Are the fondant classes beginner-friendly?

“People find fondant intimidating because the tools and know-how aren’t readily available, but when you come to the class, you realize it’s even easier than working with buttercream."

What types of decorations can students put on their cakes?

"We use water and a paintbrush to apply flowers, fall leaves, bows, and other shapes. It’s super easy once you know all the tricks—you can do almost anything [with fondant], it's really kind of magical. Buddy likes to describe it as the Houdini of cake decorating.”

Are classes available at all Carlo’s Bakery locations?

"Classes are available at our Morristown, Red Bank, and Ridgewood New Jersey bakeries as well as at our homebase in Hoboken.”

What’s the craziest cake ever made in Carlo's Bakery?

"I’m sure a lot of people will be familiar with the cakes from the TV show, Cake Boss. Buddy always says the craziest cake we’ve ever made was the Transformer, or the life-size Nascar cake."

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