Chic Spotlight: Sweet Petit Desserts’ Kids Baking Classes

Chic Spotlight: Sweet Petit Desserts’ Kids Baking Classes

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Have a kiddo who loves the kitchen? Learn about a local bake shop with classes for kids that teach baking with a huge helping of fun!

Sweet Petit Desserts is offering kids baking classes.

Cincy Chic: What are the kids baking classes you’re offering?
Taren Kinebrew, CEO of Sweet Petit Desserts: The kids baking classes are for children starting at age 8 and up. They include 4-week of classes and, at the end, each child receives a personalized chefs apron, hand mixer, certificate of completion, and an opportunity to audition and be seen by Food Network’s Kids Baking Series!

Cincy Chic: When and where are the classes being held?
Kinebrew: The classes happen monthly and run for 4 Saturdays, with each child learning a new recipe each class. We hold the classes at our 1426 Race Street Sweet Petit Desserts location in Cincinnati.

Cincy Chic: What inspired you to start offering kids baking classes?
Kinebrew: I had such a demand for our classes and by nature I am a teacher and felt it only right to teach those who aspire to be bakers and possibly entrepreneurs.

Cincy Chic: What is the cost to participate?
Kinebrew: The 4 week class cost $299. There is a deposit of $149 required to reserve a space, and only six spaces are available.

Cincy Chic: Can you tell us more about the Food Network opportunity for kids?
Kinebrew: I have direct contact with a casting director specifically for the kids that go through my baking class!

Cincy Chic: What makes these classes unique?  
Kinebrew: Right now there aren’t any other baking classes for kids that allow them to to hands on training. Each child literally does all the work while I instruct! Each student will gain knowledge using math and science skills that will help them not just in baking, but in life. They’ll learn to be confident and get an opportunity to participate in a “Bakers United Kids Edition” event that will allow them to sell their product to the public while earning a profit!

Cincy Chic: Where can readers go to learn more, follow along, and sign up?  
Kinebrew: Here is the direct link to our website with all the details! The next class starts June 9 and July 14 with limited spots!

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