Little Miss Muffet is a beautiful European Cafe cum Bakery that has recently opened in the MGF Mall, Saket. Little Miss Muffet is one the first of its kind concept of Academy + cafe + Bakery. They make sure that you leave the class not just with a handful of recipes, but with a new-found love for baking, ingredients and a desire to make more and more.
On 26th July 2019, Little Miss Muffet hosted a special class for the kids from Udyam Trust. The kids learned how to make cakesicles and Cake Pops. They learned how to make it from scratch. They were excited to break the monotony and learn something new. The kids had a beautiful lunch after their Baking session at Little Miss Muffet. The team of Little Miss Muffet acknowledge their presence by gifting them a notebook, stationery kit and chocolates. They believe that “ It’s not the gift that counts, it’s the thought that counts.”
The team of Little Miss Muffet believes, while education, sports and fine arts are all directed towards helping a child’s growth and development . Little Miss Muffet thought working towards empowering underprivileged children through Culinary arts as it gives them a breathing space from all the other essential activities and helps develop their skills. Little Miss Muffet tried to give back the right of childhood and helping a child’s development through baking.
The team said “Baking is an art which should be accessible to all with the minimalistic ingredients; one should bake as if one is baking at home. This is a different kind of education; educating the mind without educating the heart is not education at all” The team of Little Miss Muffet commented “This is a good way to bond after a long day of hard work for all of us, but also a beautiful opportunity for all the Little Miss Muffet employees.The day was filled with love and laughter and fun. The joy on the faces of these kids was palpable. They would go on and on trying to make a perfect ball of cake pop. It was a fun learning experience for us; we learnt that having compassion for others and treating those around us with kindness doesn’t have to be taught. It’s often learned through model behaviour and comes naturally to many kids. But there are many activities for kids that further encourage a ‘kindness mindset’. In bringing awareness to situations that require compassion and empathy, children will begin to view others with a more understanding lens.”