Don't let your kids waste away in front of the boob tube this summer. Instead, put them to work baking delicious treats to make up for all that free rent. Starting this Monday, May 27 and running through Friday, May 31, from 8:30am to noon, your little bakers are invited to a week of baking and decorating at Lil' Rudies Baking Camp at Rude Boy Cookies. Keep them occupied and stave off that lame diet. Food Network Champion Baker Kristin Dowling and Rude Boy staff are ready to train the wee ones in the complete art of cookie-making. Participants take home an apron, tons of cookies and a skill that will serve them throughout the rest of their lives. Tickets for the entire week cost $175. (Joshua Lee)
Monday May 27, 2019
Albuquerque, NM 87106
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This week-long camp full of baking and decorating keeps the kiddos entertained while teaching valuable baking skills straight from the professionals.
Come join the summer fun here at Camp Rude Boy! This week-long camp full of baking and decorating will keep the kiddos entertained while also teaching them valuable baking skills straight from the professionals themselves. Leading the camp is our very own Food Network Champion baker and co-owner, Kristin Dowling, as well as other members of our knowledgeable staff.
In this baking boot camp, participants will walk away with a custom Lil' Rudies Kids Club-printed apron, tons of cookies made by the kids themselves, as well as knowledge about measuring ingredients, using a mixer, scooping, rolling, decorating cookies, and much more! In addition, parents are invited to a pizza party at the end of the week to celebrate and showcase each child's work from the week!
This one-of-a-kind experience is open for children aged 7-12. Attendance is required every day of this event, from 8:30 am to 12 pm, as the skills will build throughout the week. Children must be picked up promptly at 12 pm each day. Decorated cookies may differ from images above.
For questions regarding allergies or dietary restrictions, or for any other questions, do not hesitate to call the shop at 505-200-2235.
- comfortable, close-toed shoes
- long hair must be out of face and tied back
- short-sleeved shirts suggested, to keep sleeves out of baked goods while measuring, mixing, rolling, etc.
- a small snack may be brought if needed