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7 Teacher Appreciation Treats

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It’s been a long year. Grueling, even. All that homework, classwork, recess duty. Isn’t it time you thanked your kids teacher for the great work they’ve put in all year? We’ve pulled together 7 splendidly fun, simple, and unique gifts that every teacher will love receiving. Some take minutes, some an hour, but all of them say “thank you” in a big way!


  • An Apple for Teacher 1 of 7
    An Apple for Teacher
    Inside Out Caramel Apples won't just keep the doctor away, they'll cure your chocolate cravings!
    Get the recipe at Hungry Happenings.
  • Sweet Sipping 2 of 7
    Sweet Sipping
    This simple homemade card will keep you out of the kitchen, while still treating your teacher to a favorite sip!
    Find the idea at Eighteen25
  • For the Popular Teacher 3 of 7
    For the Popular Teacher
    Tell your teacher how "popular" they are with these adorable homemade popcorn cookies.
    Get the recipe at Bake at 350.
  • A Colorful Thank You 4 of 7
    A Colorful Thank You
    Thank your teacher for sparking your kids "creative juices" with this simple DIY craft which mixes a plastic drink cup, smoothie gift card, and colorful candy for a simple and lively treat!
    Get the printables at Tatertots and Jello.
  • Looky, Looky! Teacher Has a Cookie 5 of 7
    Looky, Looky! Teacher Has a Cookie
    Turn your homemade cookies into something spectacular. This printable tag will make your teachers smile.
    Find the printable at Urban Bliss Design.
  • Apples and Dapples 6 of 7
    Apples and Dapples
    Treat your teacher to this beautiful Apple Dapple cake and set her summer off in the right direction!
    Get the recipe for Apple Dapple Cake.
  • Teacher, You’re on a Roll! 7 of 7
    Teacher, You're on a Roll!
    Apple Cinnamon Rolls are the perfect treat to help your teacher's say hello to summer!
    Get the recipe for Apple Cinnamon Rolls with Apple Cider Icing.

 

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