Clearly, I’m biased: I can’t help but think that food gifts are one of the best ways to show thanks. From homemade donuts to a gift card that justifies indulging in the latest Starbucks craze (and, no, I don’t mean the Unicorn Frappucino…though you never know), a delicious indulgence is always a treat. If you agree, check out these fantastic Teacher Appreciation Day printables for tasty food gifts.
I cannot think of a single person who wouldn’t be happy to save some money getting their Starbucks fix. This super cute Thanks a Latte printable can be paired with just a gift card, or ask for a cup or buy a reusable one to package it up the way that Alison does at Just Add Confetti.
Perhaps your teacher is more of a tea drinker? Buy a reusable glass with a straw to put together an adorable iced tea package with these Tea-riffic straw flags at Lisa Storms.
Or, even simpler, fill a mason jar with a selection of great tea bags and package it up with this Tea-cher appreciation gift tag printable at PB&J Stories.
Switch it up from the tea and coffee routine with this clever Orange You Glad It’s Almost Summer teacher appreciation gift idea at Shaken Together. The basket is gift enough by itself, but scroll to the middle of the post to add an orange-themed printable for your note.
You can never go wrong with chocolate. Ever. So grab some of your favorite chocolate bars and have your child fill out the fill-in-the-blank printable card that Christina found at Kenarry last year while round up the best teacher appreciation printables over at Cool Mom Picks.
If you’d rather stick to gift cards, consider picking one up at a sweet stop — maybe your local ice cream parlor — and giving it with this teacher appreciation printable gift card holder at Crazy Little Projects. Hop on over there even if sugary treats isn’t the way you want to go; there are other cute food-themed options that can work for several types of gift cards.
You can also find a wide range of very pretty printable gift card holders at Skip to My Lou, many of which work for a food or drink theme.
For something more homey, put together a batch of home baked cookies with the ingredients to make them for this One Smart Cookie teacher appreciation gift at i heart naptime. Delicious, fresh baked cookies, plus the recipe to make even more? This is a winner.
A mini-loaf of bread is also a treat and something a little bit different, which is why I love this Sweet Year teacher appreciation gift idea at Positively Splendid. I’d add the recipe for this, too, because you know that you make a mean banana bread.
I am a sucker homemade baked donuts are they are surprisingly easy to make. Whip up a batch for this Confetti Donuts teacher appreciation gift package at Evermine Occasions. The recipe is front and center in the post, but scroll all the way down for links to the printable labels, which you can personalize. Just note that these aren’t for free.
Caramel Apple In a Jar | The Gunny Sack
Kate found this Caramel Apple In a Jar teacher appreciation gift at The Gunny Sack two years ago, while rounding up delicious edible gifts for Teacher Appreciation Day, and it’s still one of my favorites. Made by collecting store-bought ingredients, this super easy gift idea manages to maintain a homemade feel, especially when you add one of these apple-themed teacher appreciation printables at Skip to My Lou.