In this 3 hour class you will learn…
Everyone will decorate 8 Roaring ’20s NYE themed cookies to take home.
This is a decorating class only – no baking involved. We’ll start with a 30’ish minute demo where I explain my cookie dough and royal icing recipes, my favorite ingredients and supplies, and then I’ll show you how to flood and decorate your cookies with all the tips and tricks. Then, you’ll take it from there, following the step-by-step visual guide provided, and I’ll be there as needed every step of the way.
Pre-baked cookies, icing, complete guide with step-by-step visuals, recipes, supply list, light refreshments (mimosas for adults!), a box for your cookies, and all tools & supplies will be provided to use during the class. I will have some products for sale including a complete starter kit if you’d like to decorate cookies at home, but you do NOT need to bring any supplies or bake the cookies ahead of time – I provide everything you need for the class.
Are your classes suitable for kids?
In general, classes are geared more towards adults, but are suitable for most children ages 10 and up for cookie classes and 14 and up for cakes classes (knives involved). Everyone must have a ticket. Children under 14 must be accompanied by a participating and registered adult - no drop-offs.
What if I can’t make it to the class?
There are no refunds or transfers to other classes unless the class is cancelled.
If you cannot attend and decide to have a friend come in your place, please contact me as early as possible before the class so I have the correct participant name and email in my records.
What happens after I purchase a ticket?
Once you purchase a ticket, you’re all set! Immediately after you register, you will receive your ticket(s) via email with all of the class details, location, directions, etc. Just show up at the class time ready for some decorating fun and I recommend that you don't wear any clothing that you would be devastated to get food coloring on.
It says a class is “sold out”, is it really sold out?
Unfortunately, yes. I have limited space, so if a class you are interested says it's sold out - it really is sold out, sorry.
Is there a waiting list for sold out classes?
It is extremely rare that someone cancels since I don't offer refunds if a student can't make it. In the event that spots open up, I'll announce on Instagram, so make sure to follow and also sign up for my mailing list so you know when new classes are posted!
When will you be posting more classes?
Soon! I release classes in batches and if classes are close to selling out, then rest assured more are on the way. Make sure you are on my mailing list to be the first to hear so you can grab tickets before they sell out.
Are your classes taught in English?
Yes, all classes are taught in English only, however, since much of it is visual, we have had many non-English speaking students follow along just fine.
Do we get to take home cookie cutters or supplies?
Not unless you purchase them. All tools & supplies will be provided to use during the class. I will have some products for sale, but you do NOT need to bring any supplies or bake the cookies/cake ahead of time - I provide everything you need for the class.
Do you offer gluten free cookies?
If you sign up for a cookie class and have a gluten allergy or sensitivity, I can bake you a special batch of gluten free cookies for an extra charge. Purchase the add-on here.
Please note that while the cookies will be made with gluten free flour, I do not have a dedicated gluten free kitchen. There might still be trace amounts of gluten in your cookies.
What a great afternoon! Tyler is wonderful and I appreciated all her tips and tricks. I will definitely be back for more.”
Tyler is so herself when you go to her class. Always upbeat and she can fix almost any mistake you make. I have been to two of her classes and planning on more. Tyler is very patient and always kind.”
Tyler is a great teacher. Her class was a lot of fun. Mistakes? I ate the evidence. The cookies turned out so cute. I can’t wait to do it again.”