Cookie Class Checklist for Success

Teaching a cookie class checklist

Teaching a cookie class is a great way to share your love of sugar cookies while finding a new way to make money in your cookie business.

Have you ever dreamt of sharing your love for delicious homemade cookies with others? Hosting a beginner cookie class can be a fantastic way to do just that. Whether you’re an experienced baker or a passionate home cook, this blog post will be your ultimate guide to providing a comprehensive prep sheet and checklist to help you teach a successful and enjoyable beginner cookie class.

So let’s preheat the oven and dive right in.

Teaching a cookie class checklist

Charge Your Worth

Hosting a cookie class can be a significant expense, so price accordingly for the planning, prep, and set-up.  Charge your worth and your time!  When you are setting your pricing, make sure to consider these expenses for hosting a cookie class. 

Check It Twice

Ensure your checklist includes the event name, date, time, and location.  You also want to have any information about payment and deposits.  Most importantly can be the contact email for the event and venue. 

Teaching a cookie class checklist

Event Details

Now let’s get into the event information!  Include the type of event, the number of guests, and the cookie theme.  For planning purposes, write down each cutter you will be using and all icing colors included for the class. 

Just Get Started

The first cookie class will teach you what supplies you will need.  You will learn how to organize and pace your cookie class so that everyone finishes the class with a smile on their face.  It shouldn’t be stressful but a fun experience for everyone, including you. 

When you are just starting, buy low-cost materials to make a profit on your first party.  It doesn’t have to be perfect at first. 

Just get started. 

Once you start having more classes, you can invest in higher-quality supplies.

Now that you know what to expect and how to get your cookie class planning moving, grab your checklist and prep sheet and print it out so you can schedule your first cookie class (or your next cookie class)!

Click Here to download your checklist and prep sheet!

Teaching a cookie class checklist

If you haven’t started selling your delicious decorated sugar cookies yet, stop letting fear get in the way; read this post to learn more about how easy it is to get started in YOUR cookie business!

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*All photos in this blog post are courtesy of Amy Allmand Photography in Nashville, TN.

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