Cake Classes and Tutorials- where is ChefMitchie?

The Mitchies Munchies Cake SCHkool Series.  We bring the cake classes to you!

Choose from several private and group packages.  Having a party and need activities to keep your guests entertained?  Mitchies Munchies has designed some very cool party kits to include an instructor, materials, and FUN! 
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Learn from the comfort of your own home or studio/bakery with one of ChefMitchie’s full color PDF booklets for sale

“Locks of Wafer”


Check out ChefMitchie’s Amazon Store – you’ll find many products she uses in her personal arsenal of cake tools and equipment.

Purchase from some of our fave vendors and be a name dropper for cool discounts!



Wouldn’t it be fun to learn some cake decorating tricks, like what you see on television?  Whether you are a seasoned baker, feeding your hobby, or just getting started – ChefMitchie has some fun projects to share with you.  And best of all THEY’RE FREE!

Click on Any of the links below to see ChefMitchie’s tutorials and more.

Get creative with isomalt!


Check out our Fargo Cake Topper created with Simi Isomalt

More fun with isomalt

ChefMitchie designed a RAD Sushi Mold set for Decorate the Cake.  In the following tutorial series you’ll see how easy it is to use each mold and how versatile the product of food-grade silicone is.  And bonus! Designer and owner of Decorate the Cake, Glenda, created a Sushi Mat which ChefMitchie had the opp to test drive and she shows you how it went.

Shimmering Pink Coconut Ice Recipe; adapted from “The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook“. BONUS! Edible Treat Package Tutorial


Winter themed cakes are still the rage these days. Check out this tutorial ChefMitchie created for Icing Images.


Since we no longer offer cake pops on the menu Chef Mitchie uses the HCP Roller to make appetizer meatballs!


And Bonus – Bling Cake Pop Sticks Create cake pop sticks that stand out from the rest!

One of our fave cake deco must have products is DECOgel™ check out all of this fun stuff ChefMitchie has created so far:


How to age an edible leaf with edible powder colors.


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