With Father’s Day just only days away, I think this post will be well received by anyone looking to celebrate and appreciating their dads without spending a lot of money.
I’m a firm believer in the best things in life are free, luckily so is my husband. We tend to do things that don’t cost a lot of money, or to be honest do things that are free. We aim to spend time as a family instead of going out to purchase gifts. But of course some dads prefer the gifts too! What ever you decided just remember this day is all about dad keeping in mind not to spend money on gifts you can’t afford.
I could write about frugal things such as wash the car, clean the yard, or help take out the garbage but you can find that in every other post written online about frugal ideas to do on Father’s Day. I’m going to share with you a special recipe I came across the other day on my Facebook news feed. It was perfect, healthy but a treat. In our home we celebrate these special days with dessert for breakfast so I thought this recipe was appropriate. However for the not so health conscious folks check out our Father’s Day brunch last year.
Prep time: 20 Minutes
Cook time: 20 Minutes
What will you be doing for Father’s Day? Will you be making breakfast for you dad too?
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