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One or Two Cake-Pop-Making Classes or a Group Cake-Pop Party at The De"Bite"ful Cake Pop Shop in Chino (Up to 53% Off)

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During two-hour classes or three-hour parties, visitors learn how to make their own hand-rolled cake pops & decorate them with fresh icing.

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Promotional value expires Oct 18, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. 48hr cancellation notice required. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid for take-home boxes. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose from Three Options

  • $37 for one admission to a basic cake-pop-making class (a $75 value)
  • $70 for two admissions to a basic cake-pop-making class (a $150 value)
  • $425 for a cake-pop-making party for up to 11 people (up to an $850 value)<p>

Meeting on weekends, the two-hour basic classes show students how to roll, dip, and decorate at least one dozen cake pops while introducing fundamental drizzling and piping techniques. Intermediate sessions teach students to create custom shapes and arrange the finished cake pops into an eye-catching bouquet. Alternatively, parties encompass three hours of cake pop crafting in a rented community kitchen. All classes and parties include the cost of cake, icing, and sprinkles. Customers who purchase the single-admission option can bring a friend for 25% off standard admission price, and single or double admission purchasers will get 25% off a future intermediate class.<p>

The De"Bite"ful Cake Pop Shop

The De"Bite"ful Cake Pop Shop's display cases glitter with stick-mounted confections and cupcakes that earned the bakery a spot on Things to Do Inland Empire's 2012 list of Best Cupcakes in the Inland Empire. To make their signature cake pops, the bakers hand-roll bits of cake—including banana, zesty lemon, and red velvet flavors—and dip them in melted chocolate. From there, they can decorate the pieces with freshly mixed icings and sprinkles or shape them into animals or custom designs for special occasions.

Hands-on classes meet in the bakery's kitchen on the weekend. Amateur confectioners learn how to design their own cake pops before taking home their sugary creations and enrolling them in preschool.


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70% of 77 customers recommend

  • “Thank you for your friendly support and we enjoyed the cake pops and cupcake and we will see you again on Thursday night Market Night in Redlands.”

  • “great service and great eats”

  • “Love the class Kendra was very nice & explained everything well, I will be taking another class it was very helpful.. Thank You..”

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    Chino

    13641 Central Ave.

    Suite F

    Chino, California 91761

    909-240-2309

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