The start of our summer has been jam-packed with fun so far. We kicked things off with a popsicle party, a trip to Colorado, and a DIY summer boredom buster, just to name a few. With all these things keeping us busy I almost forgot about Father’s Day and finding fun ways to celebrate dad. Father’s Day is just around the corner, and today I’m sharing a yummy Reese’s Bundt Cake with free Father’s Day printable tags.
I teamed up with a fellow blogger Hillary from Helping of Happiness to share this amazing recipe she created with you, and the free coordinating printable tags I made so you can surprise your favorite father with a special treat!
Reese’s are my favorite chocolate candy, so when Hillary told me she wanted to make chocolate Reese’s mini bundt cakes I was over the moon excited about this collaboration. She makes some of the yummiest recipes and has a great podcast so be sure to check out her site, Helping of Happiness.
I’ve always believed that it is the little details that make things extra special. Which is why I decided to create a set of clever tags that you can add to your desserts for Father’s Day. These mini desserts already look incredible, but adding a fun little tag is a super easy, and cute way to show dad just how much you love and adore him!
- Free Reese’s Father’s Day printable tags
- Recipe for Chocolate Reese’s Mini Bundt Cakes
- Striped paper straws
- Yellow or orange Baker’s Twine
Download and print the free Reese’s Father’s Day printable tags on white cardstock.
Cut out the tags with scissors.
Cut yellow or orange striped paper straws in half. Then use a piece of tape to tape the printable tag to the straw.
Insert the straw in the mini bundt cake and serve to the favorite dads in your life on Father’s Day.
I made sure to include some generic ones, some for dad and grandpa so you can give one to all the special guys in your life. Place the bundt cakes on a tray, then fill it in with Reese’s candy and add the printable tags for a decedent and special dessert dad is sure to love!
If you are running short on time or don’t want to bake the bundt cakes (which trust me you REALLY should make them, they are that good!) you can always just attach the tags to a package of Reese’s candy for another simple and fun Father’s Day gift.
I can’t wait to make these delicious desserts next week for Father’s Day, I know they are going to be a big hit!
If you are looking for other ways to show dad just how much you care on Father’s Day be sure to check out these other creative gift ideas:
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