Does the man in your house like to fish? Making cupcakes topped with a fishing pole couldn’t be easier. Reel in the recipe from Easy Cupcakes.
Pumping iron may seem like a chore, but chowing down on some Barbell Cookies will be a light lifting for any man.
Whether your father loves wearing ties or wants nothing to do with them, these Neck Tie Appetizers will make a fun lunch or dinner on Father’s Day.
Score a hole in one with a batch of Doughnut Putting Greens. Kids can easily top doughnuts with some green frosting, sprinkle on coconut, add a pretzel pole and a fruit leather flag.
For the Dad who Rocks, make him a batch of Cookies ‘n Cream Fudge Rocks. This three ingredient fudge comes together in minutes, and the kids will have a ball rolling all the rocks and pebbles then piling them high.
Many father’s spend their weekends keeping their yards looking spiffy, so while your dad it out mowing the lawn. why not whip up some Rice Krispie Treat Lawn Mowers to serve him when he comes in for a break.
Not into baking, but want a nice big dessert for Father’s Day, whip up this sharp looking Rice Krispie Treat Tie.
Kids will have a blast turning pancakes into “Man” Cakes. It’s kind of like putting together Mr. Potato head using fruit for the mouth, eyes, hair and nose.
Homemade Dad Doughnuts are sure to start Father’s Day out right and the kids can add all sorts of fun toppings to the freshly fried treats.
Father’s Day Tie Cupcakes are so simple to make using sticks of gum. Each colorful striped tie adds a masculine touch to frosted cupcakes.
If you really want to get creative try making Mancakes shaped like tools, ties, and sports balls. Personalize the pancakes for your special dad.
Mustache Cupcakes will appeal to even the most macho man.
If your dad is a cookie monster, bake him a giant cookie to tell him you love him. This I Love Dad Cookie is decorated using slices of gumdrops, is colorful and fun.
Award your father with a special meal, a homemade, fully loaded # 1 Dad Pepperoni Pizza.
Don’t swing and miss, be sure to treat your sports lovin’ Dad to some Baseball Krispies.
No matter which edible craft you choose to make your dad is sure to love his Fun Father’s Day Food.
Beth is so lucky to spend her days creating fun food and edible crafts for holidays and special occasions. With over 30 years experience as a chocolatier and event planner, she shares her expertise for making uniquely artistic recipes on her blog, Hungry Happenings.