San Diego’s colorful chocolate shop Sweet Petite Confections is featuring a fan favorites class to kick off the new year with an indulgent “Happy New Year!” themed chocolate making class. Secure your spot at this reservations-only class to learn the art of making fantastically flavored chocolates and bark over the course of two hours while creating nearly 1.5 pounds of confections. During this class, students will play with favorite flavors like salted caramel and peanut butter cup along with this month’s selection of “The Mexican” ganache and yuzu caramel made by chocolatier Michelle Lomelin. Students will also select from more than two dozen ingredients as they personalize a chocolate bark – with options including freeze dried strawberries alongside savory pretzels, potato chips and nuts along with this month’s indulgences of crushed Lemon Heads, pistachio crunch and, customer favorite, candied bacon!
Adult individuals and parent-child teams are welcome to attend! This class will take place at 12:30 p.m. (suggested arrival is 15 minutes prior and is $40 per adult or parent-child team (5- 12 years old with one adult). Previous experience not necessary. To learn more and to reserve a spot, visit http://www.sweetpetiteconfections.com/product/chocolate-making-class/ or call (858) 688-0210.
About Sweet Petite Confections: Sweet Petite Confections is an artisanal confectionary specializing in gourmet chocolate products including bonbons, meltaways, barks, salted caramels, custom chocolate business cards and more. Its location on the border of Bay Park and Clairemont includes a retail store with playful creations, a pink-floored kitchen where monthly chocolate classes take place and custom chocolate services. Visit Sweet Petite Confections at 3582 Mt Acadia Blvd, San Diego, CA 92111 or call (858) 688-0210. Connect online at www.sweetpetiteconfections.com and socialize on Facebook at facebook.com/SweetPetiteConfectionsandCreamery/ and Instagram using @SweetPetiteConf.
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