Are you tired of the same old birthday parties? Do you want to spice things up and make your kid's next party one for the books? Well, look no further! Chuck E Cheese has introduced a new policy where you can bring your own cake. Yes, that's right - BYOC at CEC.
In this article, we will dissect all the juicy details about this exciting new policy including how to prepare your cake for arrival, what types of cakes are allowed, and why bringing in your own cake is the way to go.
So sit back, relax and let's dive into this delectable topic.
Why bring Your Own Cake?
Let's face it - buying a cake from CEC is expensive. Plus, their selection is limited. By bringing in your homemade masterpiece, Not only do you save money but also get absolute freedom over choices like flavourings or theme cakes. Trust us; it always tastes better than settling on average store-bought varieties just because there wasn't any variety available otherwise.
How To Prepare Your Cake For Arrival
Now that we have convinced you to BYOC let's talk about how-to essentials so that everything goes smoothly:
1) Purchase Airtight Containers
When transporting delicate decorated items such as birthday cakes outside on even slightly windy days can be difficult not mentioning undesirable damages they may incur during travel due to haphazard handling by transportation personnel at delivery (especially if using online services). Get an air-tight Pyrex dish/container with enough space while firmly locking onto its bottom upon closure preferably covered tight at least thrice with cling wrap makes sure that nothing move around inside his container & prevent frosting from smearing while being transported toward its destination!
2) Keep it Cold
You don't want melted icing or ruined shapes of cupcakes under any circumstances on reaching location. Ensure your saucepan cake is set at hours of refrigeration- prior transportation to guarantee its freshness. Make sure that you are not putting it in direct contact with ice as water can damage the upper layer however cooling adequately overnight helps the frosting remain set perfectly on top, all unsmudged and professional-looking.
3) Make Sure It Matches CEC Theme
You don't want your cake to look like an out-of-place black sheep amidst a flock of neon-colored tables and arcade machines. Take inspiration from CEC's mascot mice or ask for their colours during booking if unsure for fabulous birthday custom-made cakes & go-to suppliers!
What Types Of Cakes Are Allowed?
CEC only allows non-perishable cakes with no nut ingredient nor alcohol inclusion what-so-ever. Get creative: vanilla or chocolate layer cakes, cupcakes & even dairy-free vegan delights - bring on all goodness without judgement!
How To Cut Your Cake
The only way to cut a cake at Chuck E Cheese is by using one of their specially designated knives found either behind register counters usually located near private function rooms after making room reservations where pizza teams do retain them afterwards cutting into awesome slices ready immediately catching up many tiny tots' eyes before any toppings disappear so take extra care accomplishing this task smoothly without losing any treats deliberated over thoroughly.
Don’t forget trimmings–With restricted space being available on each table and guaranteed overcrowding due to guests curious about our new policy, consider bringing few dice-size plates plus forks just in case you'll need these tools while sharing your delicacy around ensuring everyone gets head start desserts-wise.
Bring Your Own Cake (BYOC) has caught us off guard very positively proving worthy alternative concept amongst cash-stressed parents who seek complete control over party details while keeping expenses at minimal rates. Whether opting for elaborate themes ‒ like Firefly-themed art sets freshly bubbling meringue buttercream frosting over moist chocolate cake or fancy cupcake deliveries ‒ this no-brainer, budget-friendly method makes Chuck E Cheese birthday celebrations all too accessible for everyone involved. Now it’s your turn to win the hearts of all with BYOC and let the parties roll without burning a hole in pocket!