by Foodlets in Family, Recipes, May 1st, 2017
by Foodlets in Events, May 5th, 2014
Hey, moms and dads: Tuesday, May 9 is Teacher Appreciation Day. Looking for simple but sweet ways to tell the teachers in your kids’ life how much you care? We’ve rounded up go-to recipes, each of them easy enough for kids to help with but sophisticated enough to feel special. Don’t forget to put the kids to work making a tag or card so the teachers know who’s behind it all.
Recipes Featuring Apples, Because Of Course
“Apple” Cake Pops (pictured above)
Don’t be fooled! These may look like adorable apples, but these cake pops are full of Oreos.
When it comes to thanking teachers, there’s no sweeter way to say it than with apples. Teacher Appreciation Day is May 6, so try one of these seven ideas sure to let the educator in your life know just how much every spelling test, bandaged knee and lesson in kindness counts to you.
No-Bake Apple-Shaped Cake Pops (pictured above): Filled with decadent chocolate sandwich cookies, these cake pops are simple to assemble and easy enough to transport, and honestly couldn’t be cuter.
French Apple Tart: Get sophisticated with this fancy French option from Ina Garten. With layers of swirling apples on a buttery crust, you can’t go wrong.
Healthy Apple Muffins: For teachers who appreciate a little whole-grain goodness, this muffin recipe works perfectly (plus they’ll freeze beautifully to enjoy longer).