28 Best Father’s Day Breakfast Recipes

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Father’s Day can feel like a hard one to get right. Do you plan a full schedule of activities? Do you let Dad relax? Do you take him out for dinner? Or do you cook him a nice meal? And what about a gift? Does he really need another grilling set? How about a salami bouquet? The options are at once completely overwhelming and totally limiting. Lucky for you, we’ve got some good news. As it turns out, all dads really wants is a great breakfast. 

Here are 28 never-fail morning meals to whip up for the father figure in your life this Father’s Day—from apple and pork sausage (with a side of eggs, of course) to the perfect waffles and pancakes. Serving a homemade card alongside never hurts, either. 

1. Cinnamon Rolls

Dads with a sweet tooth will absolutely love these ooey-gooey cinnamon rolls slathered in frosting, especially with a cup of fresh-brewed coffee on the side.  

2. Waffles

These waffles—with a moist, tender inside and golden-crisp exterior—are the kind you (and your dad) dream about, and they’re an excellent alternative to the overnight yeasted kind (meaning you can make ’em morning-of).  

3. Pancakes

If your dad’s more of a pancake person, make him a super-fluffy stack with this whole-wheat recipe (and don’t forget to warm up the maple syrup). 

4. Breakfast Tacos

It’s hard to go wrong with these riff-able breakfast tacos—they call for just a few ingredients, but you can add as many toppings as you like. Or better yet, set out a lineup of all sorts of extras and let your dad mix and match. 

5. Breakfast Fried Rice

This contest-winning breakfast fried rice couldn’t be simpler to make, but there is one suggestion we’ll make: double up the bacon (you can’t go wrong). 

6.  Speculoos Breakfast Cake

For more of a dessert-for-breakfast vibe, bake this easy speculoos cake (if you’ve ever tasted Trader Joe’s Cookie Butter, that’s the flavor of speculoos cookies). This moist sheet cake, which tastes like rich, warm spices, thanks to the Cookie Butter in the batter, pairs perfectly with a hot cup of coffee or an ice cold brew

7. Apple & Pork Breakfast Sausage

Your dad will be oh-so-impressed that you made this sweet-yet-savory sausage all by yourself (you know, instead of just picking up a package from the store). Made with tart apples, plenty of herbs, Dijon mustard, and ground pork, this sausage can be made days ahead of the holiday and heated up the morning of. Our favorite way to serve it: alongside creamy scrambled eggs—with a bit of ketchup or hot sauce.

8. Shakshuka with Grains & Feta

This spicy, hearty shakshuka is the best way to kick off any Father’s Day festivities. As a bonus, it’s extra easy to make. The grains, tomato-y stew, and perfectly poached eggs all come together in one skillet, which means you’ll spend less time doing the dishes and more time hanging out with dad.

9. Sharp Cheddar & Mustardy Greens Breakfast Sandwich

This isn’t your average breakfast sandwich of dry scrambled eggs and floppy bread. This flavor-packed number gets its star power from Swiss chard—cooked until soft and tangy in mustard and heavy cream—along with sharp cheddar, perfect fried eggs, and fluffy biscuits.

10. Tofu Breakfast Scramble

This tasty tofu breakfast scramble is for all of you out there with vegan dads. It’s packed with flavor thanks to garlic, nutritional yeast, and lots of spices, and still maintains that egg-y texture using a combination of extra-firm tofu and chopped vegetables. If you’re feeling really ambitious, turn it into a breakfast burrito with tempeh bacon and fresh avocado.

11. Carla Hall’s Flaky Buttermilk Biscuits

These are fluffy, flaky biscuits anyone (even first-timers!) can pull off, thanks to endlessly helpful tricks and tips from chef, and cookbook author, Carla Hall

12. Spinach Quiche

This spinach quiche is definitely a project—everything is carefully made from scratch, including the crust—but we can’t think of a better (edible) gift to wake up to on Father’s Day. 

13. Egg Sandwich With Mayo & Chile Paste

This five-ingredient egg sandwich might seem simple, but it’s packed with flavor, thanks to a Calabrian chile-infused mayo, toasty bread, and runny fried eggs. We pretty much guarantee you’ll be asked to serve up seconds. 

14. Spaghetti Carbonara Frittata

Pasta for breakfast? We can’t think of anything better. “Have it hot, warm, at room temperature, or straight from the fridge the next day,” says Big Little Recipes columnist Emma Laperruque, “(if a leftover pasta frittata sandwich with chile mayo is wrong, I don’t want to be right).”

15. Banana Bread Scones From Samantha Seneviratne

This Genius recipe from cookbook author and food stylist Samantha Seneviratne is the best of both worlds. “Think: all the comforts of banana bread, with more crunchy-sweet edges and fluffy, chocolate-spiked middles—and ready in, oh, about half the time.”

16. Smashed Potatoes With Bacon & Eggs

Nickel & Dine columnist Rebecca Firkser takes a bacon and eggs breakfast to a whole new level with this recipe, featuring crispy smashed baked potatoes, a spicy-creamy sauce, and greens for good luck. Plus, it’ll feed a family of four for less than $10.  

17. Breakfast Casserole

“You’ve heard of breakfast for dinner, but have you met dinner for breakfast?” asks recipe developer Ella Quittner. “If not, allow me to formally introduce you to a morning-friendly dish that’s got the structure and heartiness of a proper casserole, with your favorite parts of breakfast.” This breakfast casserole is built like a lasagna, but has all the fillings of a breakfast plate (sausage, eggs, cheese, hash browns). Need we go on? Didn’t think so.

18. Latke, Egg & Cheese Sandwich 

This latke, egg, and cheese sandwich—which feels like it was practically made to please hungry dads—was actually born from a collaboration between the Manhattan restaurant B&H Dairy and Lawrence Weibman, also known as @nycfoodguy on Instagram. Whatever you do, don’t skip a generous drizzle of hot sauce and ketchup before eating.

19. Ham & Cheese Quiche With a Cheese Cracker Crust 

This ham and cheese quiche (with a Cheez-It crust!) is an ideal morning meal—because you can make the whole dang thing the day before. In fact, it’s actually better after it has time to rest. Get creative with the ham and cheese options if you’re feeling it: swap the Taylor Ham for crispy-salty bacon or even chopped prosciutto; and if Gruyere isn’t your thing, try cheddar, Gouda, or Monterey Jack instead.

20. Toast Frittata 

Another Nickel & Dine recipe, assigning editor Rebecca Firkser’s toast frittata is perfect for those lazy Sunday morning brunches: It takes just 15 minutes to put together and bakes while you’re brewing coffee. Bonus points: it’s just as good warm as it is cold, so there’s no pressure to serve it immediately after it comes out of the oven. As is always the case with this column, it’ll serve four, for just $10.

21. Cream Cheese Omelet With Everything Seasoning

Give Dad the best of both worlds—the flavor of an everything bagel with the luxury of a tender omelet—with this cheesy recipe.

Cream Cheese Omelet

22. Deviled Eggs With Crackly Bacon

Even if Dad isn’t much of a brunch guy, this mid-morning holiday staple has his name written all over it. Classic deviled eggs are each topped with a crispy strip of bacon, making us wonder why we haven’t been serving them this way all along.

Deviled Eggs

23. Double-Streusel Coffee Cake

Father’s Day calls for a better-than-average coffee cake. This one has an extra layer of streusel in the middle. It’ll convert every dad who insists that he doesn’t have a sweet tooth.

Double-Streusel Coffee Cake

24. Baked Challah French Toast

If Father’s Day is a full-blown affair in your house, a crowd-friendly breakfast recipe is in order. That’s where this French toast casserole comes in. “Topped with fresh berries and a drizzle of maple syrup, the sweet strata makes a gorgeous centerpiece for any brunch gathering,” writes recipe developer Leah Koenig.

Baked Challah French Toast

25. Caramelized Cream Eggs

Dad deserves more than an ordinary serving of fried eggs for Father’s Day breakfast. Enter: these silky skillet eggs. Instead of frying eggs in oil or butter, they sizzle a puddle of heavy cream until the cream caramelizes and the whites are set.

Caramelized Cream Eggs

26. Avocado Toast

If Dad intends to spend Father’s Day going for a long hike or 30-mile bike ride, he might be thankful when you serve him something on the lighter side for breakfast, like this absolutely perfect slice of avocado toast. Use really good crusty seeded bread for the best bite.

Avocado Toast

27. Sweet & Spicy Sausage, Egg & Cheese

Want to make the father figure in your life feel really special? Make him a sausage, egg, and cheese sandwich. But here’s the real kicker: The sausage is entirely made from scratch using ground pork, fresh rosemary, ground allspice, garlic, and red chile flakes.

Egg & Cheese 

28. Crispy Potato, Egg & Cheese Tacos

Complete an early morning feast with hash browns, which instantly make any recipe here—from a sausage and egg sandwich to French toast—feel like a total holiday win. Here, eggs are cracked directly into the cheesy hash browns.

Potato, Egg, & Cheese Tacos

What are you making Dad (or the father figure in your life!) for breakfast this Father’s Day? Tell us in the comments below!

This article was updated in May 2022 by our editors with even more delicious breakfast recipes for Dad!





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