The Importance of Saying Thank You Gift a Boston Coffee Cake

The Importance of Saying Thank You

This is a sponsored blog; while the views expressed here were genuinely mine, consideration was paid to me by Bake’n Joy / Boston Coffee Cake to review this product.

The Importance of Saying Thank You

Those two words may not always seem important and they may be something that many of us forget but you should never underestimate the power of thanking someone.  However, knowing when to say thank you and really how to say thank you is not always as easy as it may seem.

The people that I find myself in need of constantly thanking are the teachers who teach my kids. I cannot imagine a more selfless job and a harder job than being a teacher. It takes patience, kindness and so much more to be able to teach our children. It really is a noble profession and we truly appreciate all of the teachers who have taught our kids.

For me, showing thanks is all done through food. There is no better way to show love and to say thank you than with Boston Coffee Cake.

About Boston Coffee Cake

It all started in 1992 with 2 brothers, a dream and a family recipe to bake the best coffee cake there was.  What started as a local, hand delivered specialty item now extends beyond Boston as a popular gift for friends and for business associates across the country.

The Original Cinnamon Walnut Coffee Cake launched the business and made Boston Coffee Cake famous. Large, premier walnuts, sour cream and a decadent layer of cinnamon sugar have made this cake the most popular variety for 25 years. Today there are more than 25 Boston CoffeeCake gourmet gifts that can be gifted not only as a “Thank” You, but for just about any occasion like birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, congratulations, or client and employee appreciation gifts, among others.

Over the years Boston Coffee Cake has been honored to receive many gold medals for Best Tasting Coffee Cakes in America.  And to top it off, its beautiful packaging adds to the overall gift-giving and gift-receiving experience.  You can see some of the most popular Boston Coffee Cakegifts at:

How to Really Say Thank You

When you want to say “Thank You” to someone, whether in the workplace, or to a host or hostess, know you’ll be remembered and invited back by sharing the gift of a Boston Coffee Cake.  My advice, order two boxes… you’re going to want to keep one for yourself!

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  1. candy

    I am always baking and sharing food with friends, neighbors and family.  Saying thank you doesn’t have to be difficult.  These boston cakes look really delicious and I am sure everyone who receives one would be very happy.

  2. Yum, I love coffee cake! This looks really good. I think a lot of people don’t make enough of an effort to say thank you or show their appreciation. Even small gestures can go a long way. This would be a nice thing to treat someone to.

  3. What an important lesson for all. Saying thank you is so important. It’s amazing how kids these days (and even many adults) forget to say thank you for the simplest things. This looks yummy and would be a great way to say thank you!

  4. Oh yes, if someone brought me a baked good as a thank you, I’d be THRILLED! Normally I’ll send a thank you card or flowers since I’m terrible in the kitchen.

  5. The sweet treats from Boston Coffee Cake all look insanely delicious! I love the idea of expressing gratitude through food, especially tasty baked goods, since they tend to symbolize warmth and comfort.

  6. I haven’t heard of this brand, but they look delicious. Hopefully, you’ll have occasion to say “Thank you” to me sometime! LOL. I’ll happily take one of these cakes.

  7. I was the same as you when my kids were in school. It IS important to say thank you and I would love to get a thank you like this! I am all about the Boston cake!

  8. First of all these cakes all look AMAZING!! Secondly I think saying thank you is very sweet.  A lot of people forget about it these days and it’s always appreciated. 

  9. It’s very important to say thank you. I also say thank you through food. These treats look so mouth watering.

  10. It’s so nice to be able to show your appreciation and thanks to someone especially if they went our of their way just to help you out. A cake would definitely be nice! It’s such a lovely idea!

  11. This is the first time I heard about their name is this a local brand? When I see cake I’m already drooling ha ha! Do they also have coffee cake flavor? I would love to try that if they do!

  12. Kathy

    Oh my, all of these treats look amazing! That coffee cake sure looks delicious. That would be the first thing on my list I’d want to try there.

  13. I adore coffee cake and this one looks amazing. I am drooling over here. I think food must be my love language because I love the idea of saying thank you with food!

  14. This is definitely a great way of saying “thank you”! Think it is extremely important to always say thank you to anyone that’s done something for you. It really does go along ways if you go up to somebody and tell them “thank you” for what they did. Makes them feel good and you.

  15. That looks genuinely delicious and I will have to check them out. Nothing says thank you like sweets! 🙂 

  16. Saying thank you seems something that most kids were never taught these days. The first class of students I ever taught in Sunday School (pre-k), graduated high school this year. I received 38 graduation announcements, and I sent responses to them all with a little something, not much, but all I could afford. I got a thank you back from 3 out of 38. Wow, just wow. When I was younger, we had to give the gifts back if we did not want to write a thank you card.

  17. Jenna Wood

    I love Boston coffee cake- we’ve done a few gift tower options with them for our relatives Back East- especially with the assisted living home. They’re always HUGE to share!

  18. I have never had a Boston coffee cake. It looks delicious. I love to say thank you with a gift.

  19. Kristi

    This looks like a delicious way to say thank you and a memorable one too. Thanks for the suggestion.

  20. I love these so much, I might have to use your code for an order for some co-workers of hubbies! 🙂 

  21. Saying thank you is such an important thing to do. Boston Coffee Cake has totally amazing looking treats. I can think of a few people who would love a thank you like this!

  22. Saying thank you with some baked goods is an awesome idea. I would definitely have to pick up extra as everything looks so delicious.

  23. Sherry

    I have never had Boston Coffee Cake before. It would make a wonderful gift. My mother used to thank our teachers with homemade goodies every year.

  24. I totally agree to never underestimate the power of saying Thank You. It’s a small gesture that have big impact to people you appreciate. 

  25. sara

    When I lived in Boston more than 20 years ago I was addicted to this coffee cake! It was so good, I can almost taste it right now.

  26. Great post! I completely agree with you. Those cakes look amazing!  Http://

  27. What a great idea. Thank you cards get old after awhile. This is a great treat and goes above and beyond!

  28. I so agree with you! The best way to say Thank you is with these cakes!!

  29. This is such an amazing way to say thank you! I love it when I get sweets as a present, and I am always looking for a nice way to show my appreciation to others. I will definitely keep this in mind!

  30. Amy Desrosiers

    This cake looks really amazing!! I would love to be thanked with one of these!

  31. Our Family World

    I have always taught my children to be generous with their “thank-yous.” If it makes them feel good to be appreciated, then they too, should show the same appreciation for others. I am happy that the habit stuck.

  32. Crystal

    I will do all kinds of chores around your house, watch your kids, whatever. Please send me one of those Coffee Cakes as a thank you!! They look so amazing!

  33. I’ve never heard of Boston Coffee Cake before and I’m so glad that you featured them here. I have lots of ideas for gifting their offerings to family members and friends! Thanks for sharing!

  34. natalie z

    This looks so delicious! Baked treats are a great way to say thank you! Lately I have been helping a friend out and I bet she would love that coffee cake.

  35. ellen beck

    I love the idea of a coffee cake.
    I have to agree with others, thank yous are becoming less common. Amazingly, I had won something and as usual sent an email when the prize arrived… the blogger had never ever gotten a thank you from a reader. I found that astounding to say the least.

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