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By: Molly Chronister|December 19, 2014

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Can your team work together to create the most delectable dessert and please a panel of judges?

You say you’re a self-proclaimed dessert genius? That is just the right attitude you need to participate in our Just Desserts program. This hands-on culinary program will get your team collaborating to create a dessert that will hopefully make the judges’ taste buds dance!

Bring a creative mind to the table because, to start off, you need a team name and cheer to go along with it. Once teams are set in place, start brainstorming and creating. Ingredients will be provided so your team can make the dessert of their dreams. Looking to customize your event? If you are a food company, you can incorporate your company’s product into the desserts.dessert

Once all of the teams have brought their ideas to life, everyone’s creations will be showcased on a Grand Buffet. Don’t eat anything until after the judges have their say, though! This is the time to bring your delicious creation to the spotlight and let the panel and other teams know just how much went into making your unique sweets. Share your team names and cheers and examine lessons that were learned from working together. If there is anything better than dessert, it’s eating dessert while building an efficient team. What could be sweeter?

Whatever is it that your company is doing, save room for dessert. You will have team building lessons to be learned and sweets to show for it!

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