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Father’s Day Gift Guide: Gifts for Every Dad

May 30, 2013
Golf-Themed Father's Day Gifts

Whether your dad’s a handyman, a top chef or a sports fanatic, no one wears as many hats as he does. So this Father’s Day, let Pops sit back and enjoy the holiday in his own way! Don’t get him just any gift; treat him to something that he can not only devour, but also use for his favorite relaxing hobbies. Here are some practical and delicious Father’s Day gifts for every kind of dad!

For the Dad Who Loves to Play Golf

Golf-Themed Father's Day GiftsAfter a long week at the office, there’s nothing quite like heading out to the golf course to recharge Dad’s batteries. If teeing off is your father’s favorite way of loosening up, surprise him with a golf-themed gift he can use every time he feels like hitting a few rounds.

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For the Dad Who Loves Spending Time Outdoors

Outdoors-Themed Father's Day GiftsFrom fishing, to barbecuing, to cheering on his favorite sports team at the stadium, your dad looks forward to doing anything that lets him breathe in the fresh air of the great outdoors. Give him a present that he can take anywhere he goes, whether it’s on a boat or in the stands.

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For the Dad Who Loves Fixing Things

Tool-Themed Father's Day GiftsNo leaky faucet is a match for this Mr. Fix-It! If your dad’s idea of weekend fun is hunting for new repairs to make around the house, then stock up his tool shed with a few new accessories, like a bucket for his collection of nuts and bolts, or a pail to organize his hammers and screwdrivers.

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For the Dad Who Loves Reading Comic Books

Superhero-Themed Father's Day GiftsPOW! Nothing re-energizes Dad more than putting up his feet and flipping through his stacks of vintage comic books. Help him indulge his passion—and show him what a super-dad he really is—with colorful hero-themed treats that he can munch on whenever he reads his favorite comics.

What’s your dad’s favorite way to wind down, and what kinds of hobby-related gifts will you give him this Father’s Day?

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3 Delicious Alternatives to Traditional Graduation Gifts

May 23, 2013
Notre Dame Gift Tower

Looking for a special gift for an outstanding grad? You don’t have to settle for a boring present that’ll end up buried somewhere in your alum’s closet. Give her something unique and delicious that she’ll devour in seconds and remember forever: cookies! Here are three yummy alternatives to traditional graduation gifts for the star student in your life!

Congrats Cookie Flower Pot

Traditional Graduation Gift: A Bouquet

Alternative Graduation Gift: Congrats Cookie Flowers

What’s the first thing you hand to your grad after she marches down the aisle? Flowers, right? Well imagine her surprise when you greet her with a bouquet of cookies instead! In this fun twist on a typical graduation gift, Cheryl’s world-famous buttercream frosted cutout cookies and crunchy hand-decorated shortbread cookies are artfully arranged in a silver pail to look like beautiful blooms. It’s the irresistibly sweet way to say “Congrats!” for a job well done!

 

 

Graduation Card Cookie Greeting

Traditional Graduation Gift: A Greeting Card

Alternative Graduation Gift: Graduation Card Cookie Greeting

If you can’t make it to the graduation ceremony but still want to send your best wishes for a successful future, skip the conventional card and send your favorite grad a cookie greeting! A mouthwatering buttercream-frosted cutout cookie comes in an adorable gift box, which you can customize with your own personal message. Plus, it comes with a $5 Cheryl’s rewards card! A deliciously heartwarming message on her special day, and a rewarding future to look forward to. What more could a grad want?

 

Notre Dame Gift Tower

Traditional Graduation Gift: Alma Mater T-Shirt

Alternative Graduation Gift: College Gift Towers or Cookie Tins

A college graduate can only have so many T-shirts with her alma mater’s logo on it. Give her another fun way to show her school spirit with these awesome college gift towers and cookie tins! Whether she graduated from Ohio State University or the University of Notre Dame, these exclusively frosted and packaged cookies will make her proud to flaunt her school colors. A tasty reminder that no matter where the road to her future leads, she’ll always be a part of her college’s family!

 

What other kinds of unique graduation gifts will you give to your proud grad?

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Treat Your Kids to Cookies This Halloween!

October 10, 2012
Witch Hat

Witch HatWith so many glowing Jack-o-lanterns and creepy goblins haunting the streets, Halloween is the best time to let a kid’s imagination run wild. So why limit your children’s Halloween treats to boring store-bought candy? Sweeten up the holiday with some Halloween cookies instead: Cheryl’s has so many fun, festive snacks that are certain to give your little ones a scary good time, no matter where they are. Here are a few ways you can make cookies a part of your kids’ Halloween celebration:

Halloween Treats Gift BagHand out Cookies to Tick-or-Treaters
When all of those little witches and mummies come knocking at your door for the sweet stuff, treat them to Halloween cookies instead of candy. Your kids will have loads of fun helping you give out Cheryl’s wickedly delicious buttercream-frosted ghost cookies and pumpkin cookies. They’re individually wrapped, so it’s easy to drop them into any trick-or-treater’s candy bag or bucket. Get the Halloween Party Pack, and your house will become the trick-or-treating hot spot of the neighborhood! For those of you DIY-ers who want to dress up your hand-me-outs, find some inspiration with these easy and inexpensive Halloween treat bag ideas from Celebrations.com.

Reward your helpers with their very own Halloween Treats Gift Bags. These Trick or Treat Bagbone-chilling pouches are filled with a buttercream-frosted cutout cookie, pretzel clusters, a mini brownie, a chocolate sandwich cookie and, of course, a ghoulish ghost cookie. Your kids will gobble them right up! Gear up your youngsters for their own trick-or-treating masquerade by creating your own Cheryl’s trick-or-treat totes. Just choose from three boo-tiful bag designs and fill them up with any combination of Cheryl’s cookies and brownies you please. Your kids will have everything they need to spread some fright on Halloween night!

Halloween Cutout Cookie KitHost a Spooky Cookie Decorating Party
Share goose bumps and giggles by gathering the kids around the fireplace for some scary ghost stories and tasty Halloween treats. Throwing a Halloween cookie decorating party for the kiddos and their friends is easy; all you need are a few fun Halloween party planning ideas for children and the right supplies to set the eerie mood.

With Cheryl’s Halloween Cutout Cookie Kit, you get all the essential ingredients for decorating your very own ghost cookies and pumpkin cookies. If your kids love Halloween cookies with a kick of spice, try making skeleton cookies with the Halloween Gingerbread Cookie Kit. Every kit comes ready with 24 unfrosted cookies, a 1-pound tub each of vanilla and chocolate buttercream frosting, and a container of Halloween sprinkles. You don’t even have to turn on your oven; just break open the box and watch the little ones bring their spooky creations to life. Celebrations.com has even more Halloween cookie decorating party ideas, so check them out and start frosting!

Halloween Gift Tin TowerBring Halloween Cookies to the School Party
You don’t have to go batty baking five different desserts the night before the school Halloween party. Instead, surprise everyone with scrumptious Halloween cookies that your kids’ classmates will devour faster than you can say “Frankenstein.” Cheryl’s Halloween Gift Tin Tower is brimming with fresh buttercream-frosted cookies, butter shortbread cookies, gourmet cookies, chocolate sandwich cookies, fudge brownies, and chocolate-covered pretzels. Plus, the gigantic stack of festive containers will bewitch students and teachers alike! For a smaller class, the Halloween Chocolate Chip Cookie will cast an equally powerful spell on hungry tummies.

Before your frightfully tasty Halloween cookies take the classroom by storm, consider bringing these kid-friendly Halloween DVDs to the party along with your treats. There are dozens of ways you can help your kids and their teacher celebrate Halloween at school—take a look at these ideas from Celebrations.com!

How do you and your kids plan on celebrating Halloween with cookies? Tell us your ideas!

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Mother’s Day Gift Ideas!

May 4, 2012

Only a little over a week to go until Mother’s Day is here! If you’re still scrambling for a great gift idea for Mom, check out our very helpful (and very color coordinated) gift suggestions for Mother’s Day!

For the woman who has given you everything, she deserves a special gift that shows her how much you care. We’ve picked out some of our favorites from our own tasty gifts and treats, to other great gifts all around the web. We’re sure you’ll find something special for Mom and maybe even pick up a few things for yourself! (Don’t worry, we won’t tell.)

And lucky for all of you thrifty readers out there, we have a site-wide weekend long sale for all of our valued customers who still need to pick up a delicious gourmet gift for Mother’s Day! 25% off site-wide (www.cheryls.com) use promo: MDAY25

HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY!

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Back to School, Cheryl's Cookies and Brownies, Favorite Memory, Giveaway, Parents

Favorite Back to School memory?

August 23, 2011
Apple Bucket

Apple Bucket

While Summer is coming to an end, we reflect on the many memories we have made during this fun and relaxing season. But, it is also time to move onto another memorable point of the year – Back to School!

Whether you are going back to school yourself or are sending your child to school for the first time, we all want a sweet treat to remind us of home. Our gourmet cookies make wonderful care packages for college students, sweet surprises in children’s packed lunches or to say thanks to your favorite teachers.

So, in honor of the season we would like to know what is your favorite Back to School memory?

We will be giving away 3 of our festive Apple Buckets filled with our delicious buttercream frosted Apple shaped Cut-out Cookies.

To enter, let us know, in 1-2 paragraphs, what’s your favorite Back to School memory.

And the winners are….
Winner #1: Written By Elizabet Valenzuela on August 23, 2011 at 11:49 pm
Winner #2: Written By Tina Z on August 24, 2011 at 1:50 pm
Winner #3: Written By Kathleen Samuelson on August 24, 2011 at 2:58 pm