- $50 for one admission to a fondant cake-decorating class with Alexandra Benas
- Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
- You must reserve your date here in advance of the event
- Classes are held at The Cake Boutique
Each event is capped at 10 purchasers.
What You’ll Do
The word “fondant” comes from the French verb fondre, which means “to melt.” Sure, the name refers to how the confection is made—by melting sugar and water into a malleable paste—but it might just as easily wink at how this dessert-topper is likely to induce weakness in the knees. During a one-hour workshop at The Cake Boutique, students will discuss how to use and store fondant, while also learning other basic tips and techniques. By the end of the session, each student will use fondant to create their own mini cake.
Use included tools and ingredients to prepare fondant, work with it, and store remaining fondant for future cakes and goodies.
Embellish a Mini-Cake
Decorate a 4” mini-cake with your freshly prepared fondant, and box it up to enjoy at home.
More than 15 years in the restaurant business guide Alexandra Benas’s spatula. And after receiving her degree in Pastry Arts from The Restaurant School at Walnut Hill, she put her knowledge to delicious use by opening The Cake Boutique. Today, Benas and her staff treat clients’ sweet tooth with artfully decorated cakes, inventive cupcakes, and other desserts in the cozy bakery.