Celebrate Your Grad With These Amazing Graduation Treats

Graduation celebrations have begun. If you're planning a party within your home, bake or make one of these sweet treats. Whether your child is graduating from kindergarten, middle school, high school or even college, it's cause for celebration — especially as the coronavirus casts a shadow on this important milestone.

Diploma Cookies
Enjoy these drop cookies shaped in diploma scrolls. Perfect for a graduation day dessert. Get recipe from Betty Crocker.

Graduation Strawberries
A sweet graduation finger food to snack on while waiting to cut the cake. Get recipe from Punch Bowl.

Graduation Cap Candy Cups
These Candy Cup Caps are as easy to make as they are cute! Get recipe from Bakerella.

Mini Cupcake Mortarboards
Make this fun, delicious dessert to honour your graduate! Get recipe from Betty Crocker.

Candy Filled Chocolate Graduation Cap Cookies
These candy filled chocolate graduation cap cookies are an amazing way to wow everyone! Get recipe from Hungry Happenings.

Graduation Cupcakes
These cute mortar boards on the top of the cupcakes are made out of fondant and Glorious Treats has a tutorial on how to make them! 

Smart Cookies Nerdy Nummies
Look smart when you prep for a grad party with this Nerdy Nummy Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe. Get recipe from Cakey Goodness.

Graduation Tassel Cake
They may throw the tassel, but you'll be throwing the party with this Graduation Tassel Cake. Get recipe from Wilton.

Diploma Cookies
These are classic tuile cookies–crisp and delicate with a delicious buttery taste. Surprise your graduate by inserting a congratulatory note or an extra bit of wisdom into each cookie. Get recipe from Land O'Lakes.

Graduation Cap Cupcakes
Pay homage to the traditional graduation cap with homemade cupcakes — featuring a chocolate cake base, a chocolate graham cracker top and a licorice tassel. Get recipe from Lil Luna.

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