The Best Baking for Dad

The Best Baking for Dad

My daughter came home today with a school-made Father’s Day card. “I’d love to see it,” I said. With a deflated tone, Scarlett replied, “It’s the same card we always do.” And, sure enough, it was. It was that typical construction paper greeting that looks like a sport jacket over a shirt and tie that opens to reveal a special message. ¬†However, I loved it. From its primary colored paper and over-glued lopsided sweetness to the messy but deliberate message inside, it will be one of those childhood keepsakes she’ll one day outgrow like the handprint cards of her toddler days. So, for now, we’ll eat up every last morsel of mis-spelled deliciousness. And speaking of yumminess, nothing goes better with a homemade card than a fresh baked treat. Here are five of our Dad-approved baking projects that will delightfully play second fiddle to any school craft making this Father’s Day the sweetest one yet.

  • Strawberry Shortcake Sliders

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