Make Dad's morning with a scrumptious stack of pancakes, some belly-bursting breakfast tacos or the ultimate French toast that's fit for a king
Whether he's a full English, fluffy pancake or trendy smoothie kind of guy, one of these delicious breakfast spreads will make Dad a very happy chappy this Father's Day.
What better way to show Dad you care than with a bacon, egg and cheese-stuffed taco? Perfect if you want to make him something a bit different and the spicy salsa is guaranteed to wake him up, too.
These yummy US-style pancakes are a classic – they're the perfect combo of salty and sweet. Serve the syrup in a smart jug and get creative.
What looks like a trendy cocktail is actually a sunrise-inspired smoothie. Top it off with a few golden nuggets of homemade coconut granola and garnish with tropical fruit to transport Dad on a five-minute holiday.
A clever twist on the full English breakfast, this scrummy Father's Day frittata is packed with sausage, smoked bacon and button mushrooms. The only question is: one slice or two?
A mouthful to say and even more of a mouthful to eat. Serve Dad this retro delight with a generous helping of hollandaise sauce. Don't forget to supply him with plenty of sauce-mopping napkins, too.
This one-pot wonder is super-easy to whip up: create small wells in the bubbling tomatoes and crack the eggs into each one. For the full Father's Day works, top with some fresh parsley and serve with crusty bread for Dad to dip. There's so much here, you're sure to see some of the action, too.
Warning: this sandwich is addictive. An easy twist on the croque-monsieur, it's filled with ham, cheese and mustard, then dipped in egg and cooked like French toast. Undeniably decadent, it's the ultimate brunch munch.
We all love a crumpet. But Dad will probably prefer them loaded with cheese, bacon and drippy eggs than simple strawberry jam (just a wild guess).
And finally, the manliest breakfast we've ever seen: perfectly cooked rib-eye steak and eggs sunny side up. This recipe uses a fancy slow-cook method, but you can just fry or grill your chosen cut as normal. You can try it with poached or scrambled eggs, too – whichever's his favourite.