12 Father's Day Brunch Recipes

Put a big smile on Dad's face with a brunch he'll love this Father's Day. Whether he's a simple-is-best kinda guy or can't want to dig into a fancy spread on his special day, there's something for everyone on this list. Bonus: the kids can help in the kitchen!
By Grace Rasmus ,

Chorizo & Sweet Potato Eggs-in-a-Hole

Photography by Christopher Testani

If you think Dad will want to cram in a gym sesh on Father's Day, give him something that'll help him with the #gains. He'll love this fun take on eggs-in-a-hole with sweet potatoes instead of bread and plenty of crumbly, protein-packed chorizo. And you'll love it too!

Recipe: Try our Chorizo & Sweet Potato Eggs-in-a-Hole

Blueberry Pancakes with Caramelized Bananas

The kids will have fun helping with this recipe, and the whole-wheat flour adds a nutty flavor that makes these family-friendly pancakes irresistible.

Recipe: Try our Blueberry Pancakes with Caramelized Bananas

Ham, Egg & Cheese on the Grill

Photography by Christopher Testani

How about a casual brunch where you can grill and chill outside? Make these breakfast sammies right on the grill. Need a side? Serve it with fruity breakfast sausage skewers—you can make 'em at the same time! 

Recipe: Try our Ham, Egg & Cheese on the Grill

One-Pan Breakfast

Photography by Sarah Ann Ward

"Don't make a big deal about Father's Day." Sound like your guy? This one-pan breakfast—made with mushrooms, eggs, leeks, and pancetta—is so easy (and good!) it practically cooks itself. Plus, the clean-up is so easy, it's not a big deal whatsoever.

Recipe: Try our One-Pan Breakfast

Steak & Migas Tacos

Photography by Joseph De Leo

So he wants steak for breakfast, lunch, and dinner on his special day? Start with these breakfast tacos, then head into Creamy Cheesesteaks for lunch and Bone-In Ribeye for dinner. Then, uh, maybe cool it on the red meat for a while.

Recipe: Try Rachael's Steak & Migas Tacos

Banana-Flax Bread

Got plans outside the house on Father's Day? Make this banana bread the night before, then slice it up for a portable breakfast treat for the whole family.

Recipe: Try our Banana-Flax Bread

Baked Chilaquiles with Tipsy Tequila Shrimp

Photography by Tara Donne

Hit up your bar cart to make this tipsy tequila shrimp. It's crazy delicious!

Recipe: Try Rachael's Baked Chilaquiles with Tipsy Tequila Shrimp

Blueberry & Yogurt Parfait

So you've got yourself a creature of habit. You want to do something fun, but he has the same yogurt for breakfast every morning and he wouldn't want to give that up, even on his special day. Totally fine. We can work with that. Just serve it in a waffle cone with some blueberries and granola!

Recipe: Try our Blueberry & Yogurt Parfait

Cheesy Egg Bake

If you've got a whole group coming over—or if you're going to someone else's potluck—this is one of our most popular feed-a-crowd brunch recipes ever. Because what's not to love about cheese and eggs?

Recipe: Try our Cheesy Egg Bake

Breakfast Garlic Naan Pizzas

Photography By Tara Donne

Pizza for breakfast! The easiest, no-fail way to make pizza at home is to use store-bought garlic naan. Crack an egg on top and you've got brunch.

Recipe: Try Rachael's Breakfast Garlic Naan Pizzas

Cornflake Fried Chicken & Waffles

Photography By Tara Donne

Maybe you guy is more of a chicken-and-waffles type? It's kind of a push to make this 30-Minute Meal in half an hour until you get the hang of it, Rachael says, so maybe block off 45 minutes before it's breakfast-in-bed go-time.

Recipe: Try Rachael's Cornflake Fried Chicken & Waffles

Eggs in Clouds

Kate Sears

Internet foodies, take note: if there were ever a perfect opportunity to try out this viral recipe trend, this is it. Plus, it's a lot easier than it looks!

Recipe: Try our Eggs in Clouds

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