The Nailed It! At Home Experience is back, and this time with a delightful collaboration that’ll take you Over the Moon!
After launching a wildly successful Nailed It! At Home Experience last month, the head chefs are whipping up another culinary spectacle…and this time it’s inspired by the upcoming Netflix Original Animated Feature, Over the Moon. In the film, a young girl with a passion for science builds a rocket ship to the moon in order to prove the existence of a legendary Moon Goddess. Now, you can tap into your inner scientist and build a cake-filled rocket ship of your own to prove that your culinary skills exist!
This next batch of amateur bakers will be going head-to-head in the kitchen this November—creating delicious disasters that are sure to be out of this world—and ticket sales will open Wednesday, October 21 at 9 a.m. PST (12 p.m EST).
Just as before, the non-perishable baking and decorating ingredients will be sent straight to your home along with all the necessary instructions on how to prepare your masterpiece (or disasterpiece!) for the experience taking place on Saturday, November 14. You’ll get a unique link to join your host on Zoom, which you can tackle alone or with any baking recruits living with you. Once you join the live experience, your special host will turn up the heat by giving you a specific amount of time to puzzle the ingredients and decorations together.
Although your sweet Over the Moon-inspired creation won’t exactly be taste tested, you’ll be able to upload it to social media with the hashtag #naileditathome, where you’ll join others who have Nailed It! successfully (err…or not so successfully). You can also check out the hashtag in advance for some pre-baking inspo!
Don’t miss out on your chance to impress the Moon Goddess and create an otherworldly masterpiece! Tickets for the Over the Moon-inspired Nailed It! At Home Experience are being released Wednesday, October 21, and sell out quickly so we suggest you sign up soon!
OVER THE MOON © Netflix and Pearl Studio. Used with permission from Netflix.