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Schakolad Offers Chocolate Classes for Kids

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Mamas shouldn't let their babies grow up to be cowboys, this is true. But chocolatiers? 

That would be sweet. 

If you have a budding chocolatier in your house, or you imagine you can control your little angel when he/she goes starts bouncing off the walls on a king-size sugar high, then Schakolad Chocolate Factory (7740 Nova Dr., 954-472-6155) in Davie has just what you're looking for.

They're 45-minute classes that will show your charming bundle of

cavities the journey of chocolate, from bean to bar. On the menu are a

(very) brief history of the art of chocolate-making; a tasting of white,

milk and dark chocolates; the chance to make a chocolate "pizza" that

the kiddies can garnish to their sweet teeth's content, plus a trio of

other chocolate-dipped treats; and creation of a goodie bag to haul

their loot home in. 

Classes will be held this Friday at 1 p.m.,

then on successive Thursdays, Aug. 4, 11 and 18, at  11 a.m., also on

Tuesday, Aug. 16, at 4 p.m. They're cheap too, only $9.50 per kid,

though you do need to register by calling 954-472-6155 or shooting an

email to davie@schakolad.com.


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