(assuming it was to take place at Michael's craft store)
How (if there is no refrigerator) do you let the cake pops set before dipping?
Would you just purchase multiple Wilton chocolate melting pots, and let the students use them instead of having them purchase their own?
Just some thoughts I had when planning my own cake pops class.... would love to hear what y'all think.
this is how i would do it (giving it very little thought)
have a set number of people you can have (based on how many pots you have available.)
so if you have 3 pots say you can have no more than 6-9 people at the party(2-3 people per pot)
set a price for the class(make sure to cover costs and make some.)
have the students make the balls ahead of time so you dont have to wait on them to cool at the party(maybe make it a 2 day deal?)
give discounts/prizes to the party holder/guests for example
the person hosting will get X.00 off their next order or if you get people to host a party mentioning their name you will give a dollar ammount back to the host. this will get people spreading the word so they can get a few bucks back. i would set a limit like the class has to be made within 3 months after their class was held, you can only get 5.00 back whatever. dont make yourself go in the hole, but make it a goal for them to get you business.
hopefully that all make sense.
The second class is a little more involved, it lists your homework between classes as making and dipping 12 or more pops. The second class asks you to bring disposable bags coupler and tips, a display stand, brushes, and various sprinkles (most are listed as optional) along with bowls for the sprinkles.
It does not list a melting pot among the necessities, but I'd imagine when I get into class it'll be listed as a recommended optional item.
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