Father's day is just around the corner, and nothing says "I love you" like preparing a meal for someone. Some muse "Say it with flowers", I say, "Say it with food", for what feels more sentimental than a meal you have taken time and effort to create? This father's day, say it with food, with our round up of Father's Day breakfast ideas. From indulgent sweets to lighter options, there is something for every father figure.
Potatoes and eggs the classic way. What more could you need? This Spanish tortilla is easy to make and even better to eat.
A make ahead breakfast that is sure to be a crowd-pleaser. Prepare the cardamom-spiced biscuits and the honey caramel apple filling a day in advance, then assemble and bake the cobbler as soon as you wake up for the best of breakfast times.
Pancakes, but a special version. Light, fluffy, and relatively easy to make, these pancakes will impress and satisfy by sheer volume.
Nothing says "I put effort in" like making fresh ricotta, and as Gohar says, if you have milk, you can make ricotta. Serve with fresh fruit, smear on toast or pancakes, the world is your oyster.
Luxurious, tangy rhubarb comes together with sticky, sweet dates to create the perfect light breakfast served over yogurt. Try for yourself and thank us later.
Remember that ricotta from above? Here, it is smeared over crusty toast and topped with blueberry compote. two out of three elements can be made ahead for maximum morning speediness if you so desire.
Sometimes Father's Day breakfast is all about the beverage. If your father figure is in the mood to groove, deliver one of these and be the favourite.
Didn't we say we loved eggs and potatoes? Here they are in their purest of forms, yet stronger together.
Some dads simply want porridge, so make them the best porridge there was. Frederik Bille Brahe will always guide you in the right direction.
Does the title not say it all? Light, crisp and easy to throw together, like traditional waffles, but the buttermilk lends tang and the brown sugar an earthy sweetness.
For the dad who'd die for carbs. Ignacio Mattos of Estela NYC's Breakfast Calzones are like no other. Read his recipe notes for brunch pairing suggestions and be the most impressive at the table.
A classic, simple favourite. Saucy, eggy, and delicious. Best served eaten with slabs of crusty bread directly from the pan.
For the troppo dad. Does anything sound better? It's like if PB&J had a younger, hotter cousin.
For the traditionalist dad. Fennel sausages but DIY. He is sure to be impressed.
A triumphant classic if you are willing to take on hollandaise. I promise it's not as daunting as it seems.