Decorate a Mexican Chocolate Skull!

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What’s it all about?

Although the Day of the Dead is on November 1st, it’s never too late to learn about this world famous Mexican tradition, its history and symbols. One of the many traditions is offering sugar or chocolate skulls to the dead, placing them in home altars.

Learn more about this celebration and decorate your very own Day of the Dead Mexican chocolate skull.

What will we cover?

The class will begin with an overview of the Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead. Then we will get some inspiration of different types of skulls and decorations. Finally, we’ll decorate and take home our chocolate skulls.

Who will be teaching?

BrendaBrenda Ivonne was born in Mexico City and lived in various parts of Mexico before moving to Melbourne. She’s a psychologist by trade but she spends all her spare time in the kitchen. She loves Mexican tradition and is looking forward to sharing that with you all.