20 Father’s Day Recipes to Win His Heart

Cook something special for Father’s Day this year by making any of these delicious recipes perfect for breakfast in bed, brunch, dinner and even dessert.

Have an amazing Father’s Day with these 20 Father’s Day recipes to win his heart.

Your father, dad, or grandfather would love to eat any of these yummy recipes for Father’s Day!

Father's Day Recipes

Create a new Father’s Day tradition or do a simple activitiy with your kids with these awesome crafts! Use these pictured instructions to make gifts, activitieseasy craftsfree printablesdessertspresents kids to make, and printable Father’s Day cards.

Have you made something for Father’s Day? If so, add it to your Tip Junkie craft room by clicking ‘add a project‘. {whoohoo!}

Breakfast in Bed

Breakfast in Bed

1.  Blueberry Chia Pancakes with Blueberry Sauce ~ I could eat pancakes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. But, that’s a whole lot of carbs. This recipe uses chia seeds, the latest superfood as well as antioxidant rich blueberries.

Dad Pancakes

2.  Dad Pancakes {Breakfast} This is a extra yummy way to wake up dad this Fathers Day! These personalized pancakes look scrumptious and festive!  Decorate dad’s favorite pancakes with powdered sugar and stencils or plastic letters.

How to Make Sugar Donuts

3.  Maple Cinnamon-Sugar Baked Donuts ~ Warm maple and cinnamon flavored donuts that are baked and not fried.  Much easier and healthier to make and still have the airy donut texture. Yummy!


Huevos Rancheros4.  Huevos Rancheros ~ Spice up brunch with this flavorful, Mexican-inspired dish, featuring a medley of seasonings, black beans, and eggs over easy.

Egg Stuffed Potato

5.  Egg Stuffed Potato ~ Since having breakfast for dinner is one of my favorite go-to meals, I can’t wait to try this one! It combines the goodness of a delicious egg breakfast and a loaded baked potato all in one. You could totally serve this for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner.

Father's Day Recipe

6.  Bacon and Cheese Egg McMuffin Cups {menu and breakfast} ~ A delicious homemade version of a fast food favorite, this recipe is easy enough to let the kids make dad for breakfast while Mom watches and dad sleeps in.

Sausage and Veggie Frittata {Father’s Day Breakfast}

7.  Sausage and Veggie Frittata {Father’s Day Breakfast} ~ A delicious frittata that even kids can help make because it doesn’’t require any omelette flipping skills.


Father's Day Burger BBQ {Dinner}

8.  Father’s Day Burger BBQ {Dinner}Since dad’s and grills go together so well, use this cookout tutorial to make your Father’s Day dinner extra special. From a beautiful (and delicious) table runner to little signs to make sure dad knows he’s loved, this BBQ is so cute and sure to make dad’s day!

9.  Restaurant Style Baby Back Ribs ~ Make your special man these mouth watering Restaurant Style Baby Back Ribs for Father’s Day.  They are so tender the meat will be falling off the bones!

Pulled Pork Sliders with Crunchy Onions

10.  Pulled Pork Sliders with Crunchy Onions ~ These Pulled Pork Sliders with Crunchy Onions are so quick and easy to make you’ll be surprised. Seriously! If you’re planning a Father’s Day dinner, Super Bowl party, game day or other gathering these sliders would make a terrific addition to your menu. They’re the perfect finger food that will fly off your table.

Buttermilk Ranch Mac and Cheese

11.  Buttermilk Ranch Mac and Cheese ~ A hearty rich and creamy macaroni and cheese recipe that combines bacon, ranch seasoning, buttermilk, monterey jack cheese and gouda cheese.

Old Bay Roasted Potato Wedges

12.  Old Bay Roasted Potato Wedges ~ These Old Bay Roasted Potato Wedges are crispy, spicy, and delicious. A recipe you’ll want to use over and over.

Sweet BBQ Meatballs

13.  Sweet BBQ Meatballs ~ Meatballs with stuffing chicken mix and sweetened up with cranberry sauce, honey, brown sugar and bbq sauce.

Father's Day Dinner

14.  Pepperoni Pizza Ribbon ~ Make a pizza for dad in the shape of a ribbon to show him he’s number one!



15.  Lawnmower Cupcakes ~ Colored coconut and assorted candy pieces transform an ordinary cupcake into an adorable lawnmower cupcake.

Fast Food

16.  Fast Food Dessert ~ Dad can have his cake and eat it too!  {{snicker}}  Brownies, cupcakes and cookies.

Little Hands Cookies

17.  Little Hands Sugar Cookie Tutorial ~ These cute cookie creations actually take on the shape of your little one’s hands, making them the perfect treat, straight from the heart for Mother’s or Father’s Day, Christmas or any other special occasion! We are going to show you just how to make them, too! Just simply follow the step-by-step tutorial we’ve outlined below for you, and soon your whole family will be enjoying scrumptious cookies!

Father's Day Brownies18.  Steak Brownie {free printable} ~ Rare or well done?  Cook up a batch of steak-shaped brownies for dad this Father’s Day!  The printable is free to download and print.

Gone Fishing Cupcakes

19.  Gone Fishing Cupcakes ~ These cupcakes are so cute and look totally scrumptious! Using candy melts you create cupcakes perfect for a dad who loves to fish! And lets be honest, most do!

Father’s Day Necktie Cookies

20.  Father’s Day Necktie Cookies ~ You won’’t have to worry about dad taking this necktie back to the store or never wearing it.  Instead, he can gobble it right up!


We all know that “Daddy’s love TIES us together!”  {snicker}  If you’re looking for even more home made gifts to make for dad, also check out Tip Junkie’s 2014 Homemade Gift Guide for Men for even more homemade gift patterns. Father

Thanks Ladies. I just adore these Father’s Day crafts! Feel free to grab my “I was featured on Tip Junkie” blog button. You earned it! {knuckle bumps}


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  1. Great roundup, Laurie! I will definitely be trying some of these recipes. Thank you for including my roasted potato wedges:)

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