Father’s Day Desserts the Kids Can Help Make

With Father’s Day just days away, it’s time to get to the store to gather the ingredients to make Dad a special dessert for his special day. While most men like sweets in most any form they come in, we thought it would be fun to gather some desserts that are made especially for Dad! From bacon to candy fire we’ve got you covered.

Father's Day Bacon Cupcake dessert
/1/Maple Bacon Cupcakes – Did somebody say BACON? Every man loves bacon. Add a bit of maple to it and it becomes heaven in his mouth!

Father's Day Desserts

/2/Campfire Cake – I can think of a few dads in-particular that would LOVE this cake! Any dad who loves to camp or is involved in scouting with his boys, to name a couple.

Father's Day Desserts kids can help make

/3/Chocolate Chip Cookie Bowl - Does Dad have an enormous sweet tooth? This cookie bowl {filled with chocolate chip cookies, of course} is going to be a great addition to the dessert table!

Homemade Cracker Jacks Caramel Popcorn

/4/Homemade Cracker Jack Caramel Popcorn – He’s a baseball fan, huh? You may not be able to take Dad to the baseball game on Father’s Day, but you can make him his favorite game day treat!

Father's Day foods the kids can help make

/5/Lawn Mower Sugar Cookies –  My husband is the King of the Lawn in our household. He would love these lawn mower crafted cookies, especially if the kids made them for him!



Father's Day Desserts Kids can help make

/6/BBQ Grill Cupcakes – I can’t think of a single man who doesn’t love to grill. Make Dad these BBQ Grill cupcakes for his special day.

Father's Day Bacon Dessert

/7/Maple Bacon Brown Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies – Maple, bacon, and chocolate, oh my! These cookies look like they would melt in Dad’s mouth. I think I know what I’m making for Father’s Day!

What are your plans for Father’s Day? 

 

About Melissa Hillier

Melissa lives in Florida with her husband and five kiddos. She writes about her family life at jonahbonah. When she isn’t chasing children you can find her behind her sewing machine or her camera. Connect with her on Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.

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