30 Father’s Day Breakfast Recipes Dad Will Love

30 Father's Day Breakfast Recipes Dad Will Love

Whether dad is working hard caring for the kids at home or bringing home the bacon, it’s time for him to eat lard.

It’s true, dad: moms shouldn’t be the only ones who have the right to a beautiful breakfast in bed on their special day.

On June 19, give dad the food giftstarting with a delicious breakfast or brunch hearty items and treats, then offering father’s day dinner. Here is a list of breakfast recipes that any dad will ask for over and over again.

Sweet breakfast recipes for Father’s Day

Peanut Butter French Toast by Robert Rosenthal, Short Order Dad

You can’t go wrong with this classic breakfast that’s even better with peanut butter. Peanut butter gives this already rich morning staple a unique nutty kick.

Cinnamon pancakes by Chloe Coscarelli

Are you hesitating between cinnamon buns and pancakes for this special occasion? Give both to dad! Hot cinnamon and brown sugar are swirled into fluffy pancakes for the ultimate morning mashup.

Ice Cream French Toast by Daphne Oz

If Dad is really ready to treat himself for Father’s Day, make French toast with melted, milky ice cream. It only takes 20 minutes in total, and the kids will have a blast making it (and stealing it from dad’s plate).

Al Roker Bacon Waffles by Al Roker

Dad does it all, so he should have it all – in one dish! Make Al Roker’s waffles with slices of bacon seared in the center, drizzled with maple syrup. With this glorious concoction, Father’s Day will surely start off on the right foot.

Swiss Roll by Nikki Bidun

Swiss rolls give you all the great flavors of a layer cake in a fun, rolled-up package. The sweet swirls of this version are filled with light whipped cream and fruity jam.

Sunny Anderson’s Easy Basic Pancakes by Sunny Anderson

There’s nothing better than a classic fluffy pancake to start Dad’s day. All you need is a little butter, a drizzle of maple syrup, and one of her favorite toppings to finish them off.

Toasted french toast by Casey Barbier

If you’re firing up the grill for the festivities, why not make it a full day and start with breakfast?

Blueberry French Toast Casserole by Elizabeth Heiskel

This Blueberry French Toast is an amazing way to treat your dad. You can assemble it a day or two before and let it sit in the fridge. It’s actually better because the creamy sauce and sweet blueberries have time to really soak into the bread.

Savory breakfast recipes for Father’s Day

Super “Scridle” Pancakes by Darnell Ferguson

Spicy chorizo ​​and eggs make this dish a bit savory while grilled cakes and candied bacon give this dish a sweet finish.

Baked eggs with mushrooms by Sweet Potato Chronicles

Let dad sleep on Father’s Day and surprise him with an easy egg skillet to start the day. The mushrooms are full of savory umami flavor and add a meaty texture to this dish…without the meat!

Strata of caramelized onions, spinach and gruyère with tomatoes by Bobby Flay

Strata, a savory bread pudding, is a great brunch dish to make for a crowd on Father’s Day. To start, it’s good to have something that can be served with the family, just bring it to the table and you’re done! Also, strata are best when done ahead of time. Assemble it the night before your gathering and simply transfer it from the fridge to the oven the next morning.

Deviled Egg Toast by Jason Santos

Jason Santos wanted to come up with a fun and quirky take on the classic dish, but keep it anyway really delicious. Use a dad’s favorite bread for this recipe to make it a real winner.

Shakshuka pizza by Nikki Bidun

Pizza, but make it breakfast. This recipe is fun to make, quick to make, and perfect to share for a late morning weekend brunch.

Bacon and cheese muffins with soft-boiled egg by Brandi Milloy

These muffins are perfect for eating and are a whole new take on bacon, eggs and cheese.

Hash brown waffle with fried egg and candied bacon by Brandi Milloy

Candied bacon. Need we say more?

Slow Cooker Pulled Pork Cookie Breakfast Casserole by Casey Barbier

Give Dad this slow cooker casserole and let him fall asleep on the couch in front of the TV.

Filipino Steak with Garlic Fried Rice by Uncle Mike’s Place

Let’s drop the chatter and cut to the chase: Steak for breakfast is probably dad’s dream come true!

Slow Cooker Lumberjack Breakfast by Grace Parisi

Get the job done the night before so Dad can wake up to a hearty breakfast with all his favorites: eggs, hash browns, sausages, and of course, cheese!

Bianco 3 ingredient breakfast pizza by Grace Parisi

Flatbreads are a great vehicle for cheese and eggs, making them an ideal choice for breakfast pizzas. Since this ridiculously easy recipe only uses three ingredients (oil, salt, and pepper don’t count), you want to use ingredients that pack a lot of flavor. Look for a pocketless naan or pita seasoned with onion, garlic, olives, masala or chili peppers, and cheese with jalapenos, dill or caraway. And we’re sure Dad wouldn’t mind prosciutto or bacon on top.

The ultimate make-ahead breakfast casserole by Casey Barbier

Layered with sausage, two kinds of cheese, savory sun-dried tomatoes, leafy greens, and a tried-and-true hash brown base, this breakfast casserole has it all. Assemble the casserole in the evening and put it in the oven on Father’s Day morning.

Egg in a grilled cheese hole by Grace Parisi

Everyone loves a grilled cheese, and you can make Dad feel extra special when he cuts this up and gets a delicious runny egg yolk for dipping.

Steak and eggs from Donatella Arpaia by Donatella Arpaia

Start Dad’s Day With Hearty Sticks-By-Your-Side steak and eggs. This incredibly quick dish also makes a great breakfast for dinner when you crave flavor but are short on time.

Low Country Cast Iron Skillet and Hash Potatoes by John Currence

Whip up a hearty southern-style breakfast for dad with this Low Country Boil Pan. There’s prawns, sausage, hash browns and cheese – what more could you ask for?

Corned beef hash with cherry peppers by Anne Burrell

I mean, who doesn’t love a hash of corned beef? You can top it with eggs or have it on its own as a side, but it’s still a great way to use up leftover corned beef. If you don’t like it so spicy, you can cut the cherry peppers or leave them out altogether. It’s spicy, it’s meaty, it’s delicious and your dad will definitely enjoy it.

Low-fat chilaquiles (breakfast nachos) by Casey Barbier

They may not be the prettiest dishes on the table, but chilaquiles are Mexican comfort food like no other. For breakfast, lunch or dinner, this unique dish of tortillas simmered in salsa makes everyone happy, especially since you can use any favorite salsa to customize this meal.

Baked Eggs in Spicy Tomato Sauce (Shakshuka) by Alejandra Ramos

It’s a quick, easy, tasty and impressive way to serve eggs. This makes a basic breakfast extra special with minimal effort. The sauce and yolk combined make a glorious dip for crispy toast.

Chilli Cheesy Chicken Breakfast Casserole by Ronnie Woo

This dish is inexpensive and so easy to prepare with minimal leftover ingredients. The result is a rich and luxurious breakfast that is also suitable for dinner.

Breakfast Wellington Pouches by Ryan Scott

Got an epic day of activities planned for Dad? These handheld breakfast pouches are great for grabbing on the way out. Plus, you can make them ahead of time.

mad rice by Billy Dec

This dish is a version of nasi goreng, an Indonesian style of fried rice that uses fish sauce, which adds a lot of umami to the dish. The advantage of this dish is that it can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch or dinner. It’s super versatile and a great way to use leftover chicken and rice.

Brown Sugar and Pepper Bacon by Siri Daly

This thick, peppery, sweet bacon just might be the best thing your dad will ever taste. “It’s easy, your whole house will smell divine, and you’ll impress just about anyone you serve it to,” says Siri Daly.