Fathers Day Cakes the 17th Street Inn Way

Celebrate the dad’s in your life this Father’s Day with a cake he will never forget!  Families all over will be putting their heads together to make this father’s day even more special than last year, deciding what to cook for him, where to take him, what to get him, and overall trying to show appreciation.  Every dad is different, but anyone would be thrilled to receive a cake like one of these from their family.

The Shirt Cake is a fun and easy way to make a traditional flat cake with a twist!  This article gives easy to follow directions to make three different shirt cakes in the designs of an oxford shirt, an executive shirt, and a cowboy shirt.

Another truly unique cake idea comes from thepartyworks.com.  It’s called Dad’s Cookout Cake and is totally original.  This cake calls for candy clay, which is as good as it is fun to mold!

Playing in the kitchen is fun with this easy-to-use and frugal recipe for Modeling Candy Clay to make the details of this wonderfully appealing cake. The photo is easy to follow and instructions to make the grill, hot dogs, hamburgers,and hot coals follows. No need to keep a fire extinguisher handy, just a fork will do the trick!

The third cake will be perfect for the golf enthusiast in your life.  The Tee Time Cake also starts out the same way a triditional flat cake does, but when it’s finished, you’ll think you’re looking at a golf course!  Familyfun.com gives easy to follow instructions to make the perfect golf themed cake, and is a great way to get your children involved in the kitchen!

Show the special father in your life how much you appreciate the hard work they do by baking a cake he will enjoy and always remember!

Which cake are you making?

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