Give Your Father Something Great for Father’s Day from Cold Stone Creamery

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What did you get your dad for Father’s Day?

It’s SO hard to buy something for my father because he doesn’t like many typical dad gifts. He doesn’t golf, or wear ties, or read books, or go fishing. He doesn’t drink alcohol, or play video games or travel.

He is a licensed Amateur Radio Operator but it would cost me hundreds to buy him a new radio for that. He watches TV but that doesn’t really translate to a gift. He’s very hard to shop for.

One thing that is a sure bet is food. He’s received many Tim Hortons Gift Cards for holidays or birthdays because I know he will use them when he’s out and about for work.

If you don’t like giving gift cards, then consider purchasing something from Cold Stone Creamery. Here are some suggestions from CSC.

The Foodie Dad

For the dad who can whip together a five-course meal with equal ease, you’ll rank high in his books with The Peanut Butter Playground™ ice cream cake, available in 6” and 8” sizes. Made up of layers of Devil’s Food cake, smooth chocolate ice cream, chopped Reese’s® Peanut Butter Cups, chocolate ganache, peanut butter and chocolate shavings – a treat no Dad could resist!

The Outdoors Dad

This dad rises at the crack of dawn to hike through the woods to admire the Canadian landscape. He enjoys a Double-Double as he’s driving to his next outdoors destination, so why not stock up on At Home Pre-Packed Containers of Cold Stone Creamery Ice Cream that the whole family can enjoy after hitting the trail? The Founder’s Favourite made with Sweet Cream Ice Cream, Pecans, Brownie, Fudge and Caramel will be sure to please.

The Sports Dad

This dad has the greatest baseball plays etched into his brain. Tempt this dad with a variety pack of Cold Stone Creamery’s Ice Cream Cupcakes – you’ll score points with this sweet distraction. For the next batter up, offer him a Cake Batter Delux cupcake instead – a rich chocolate shell filled with Cake Batter Ice Cream, Devil’s Food Cake, Fudge, Pink Frosting and Rainbow Sprinkles – a definite home run.

Next week I’ll be posting a review of the Peanut Butter Playground cake.

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