7 Father's Day Cakes That Will Make Dad's Day
Let the guy have a cake walk for just one day.
Whether you’re celebrating your own dad, offering a deserved day of praise to your kids' dad, or just thanking the guy in your life who offers sound advice, Father’s Day is a chance to layer on a little extra love. Here are the seven best ways to let Dad know that he takes the cake.
Put a beer-spiked spin on classic strawberry shortcake. This strikingly beautiful cake uses peak-season strawberries and the yeasty tartness of red ale to create the dream dessert for a beer fiend.
No need to fire up the grill for this steak — it’s actually red velvet cake with clever do-a-double-take frosting grill marks.
There's a reason Ina's 5-star chocolate cake tops the charts. The secret ingredient of fresh-brewed coffee helps kick up the cocoa flavor beneath tufts of homemade chocolate buttercream. Let him eat it for breakfast as an inventive spin on coffee cake.
If Father's Day with your dad means hosting all of his friends, Ree’s 5-star chocolate sheet cake yields 24 slices of classic chocolate bliss, with a bit of crunch from an optional pecan topper.
There’s nothing better than baseball games with Dad — in my house, it’s Dodgers or bust. For those who are more likely to lick batter off a spoon than call "batter up," turn the idea of a bag of peanuts at the ballpark into a baked base hit.
If your guy prefers a lot of variety, this brilliant sheet pan recipe delivers three different flavors of cheesecake at once, with brightly flavored mangoes, raspberries and blueberries.
For the dad who'd prefer the other kind of cheese cake, dial up the dairy with a three-tier tower of savory spreads. Customize it using his favorite flavors of cheese and toppings — just be sure to include enough crackers.