Father's Day Breakfast Ideas He'll Eat Right Up

Wake Dad up to the works, with breakfast in bed ideas fit for a king. From beer bread to mini pancake stacks, these recipes are the perfect fuel for a fun-filled Father's Day! By Andrea Crowley

Make Father's Day a fiesta from the start, with fried egg and smoky pozole tacos. Top with cool queso fresco and fresh cilantro for an authentic touch, then wash it all down with a cerveza-inspired Bloody Mary -- aka a Michelada.

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Don't go bacon Dad's heart. Sizzle up a batch and bake it into this delicious, egg bacon baguette breakfast. Looking for something heartier? Opt for Italian sausage, instead.

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Don't be a smoothie criminal. Make a double batch of this easy high-protein breakfast drink to share with Dad. It's made with everything but the kitchen sink: OJ, blackberries, raspberries, Greek yogurt, bee pollen powder, and probiotics powder.

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Nothing will get Dad out of bed like the smell of warm, buttery biscuits. Turn them into Southern-style breakfast sandwiches with the help of fried chicken, eggs, and addictive sausage gravy. Who needs diners, anyway?

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Let's make a toast to Dad. These fun toppers are simple but scrumptious. Our favorite pairings:

  • Cream cheese + sliced ham + fruit jam

  • Tuna + mayo + carrot shreds + red onion

  • Ricotta + peach slices + almonds + honey

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Beer for breakfast? Coming right up! This cheddar-mustard bread bakes a cold one right in, and the result is downright delicious. Slather it with butter or extra ground mustard for what dads everywhere are calling a "two thumbs up!"

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Round out his Father's Day breakfast platter with mini pancake stacks. Studded with goodies like berries and nuts to bacon and chocolate, he'd never guess these flapjacks were actually healthy!

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Looking for Father's Day breakfast recipes that kids can make? Keep it chill (and low-maintenance!) with frozen yogurt bark -- no cooking required. Just stir together yogurt, honey, vanilla, and all of Dad's favorite fruits. Talk about a sweet finish.

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