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Father’s Day Breakfast Recipe Roundup

It’s been said “the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” This year, think about spending less money and more time by showing your dad, husband, or grandfather how much he means to you.  A hearty, wholesome breakfast may just be what he needs!

My dad never asked for much, but he loved quality time with his family. Instead of eating out, bring the family together in your very own kitchen for a special breakfast. How can his day go wrong when it starts with his two favorite things – family and food?

Below are a few of my dad’s favorite breakfast recipes.  They range from salty to sweet to savory – there’s a taste to please everyone.

Corn Meal Waffles with Sausage Gravy

Classic Corn Meal Waffles with Sausage and Gravy

What’s better than biscuits and gravy? Waffles and gravy! You can change up the flavor by using any of the Martha White® Cornbread Mixes — Sweet Yellow, Buttermilk or Cotton Country.  Which one is your dad’s favorite?

Blueberry French Toast Bread Pudding with Smoky Bacon

Blueberry French Toast Bread Pudding with Smoky Bacon

This recipe combines the perfect balance of salty and sweet. This is a great stand-alone dish and the perfect way to wake up dad.

Sour Cream Chive Biscuits with Country Ham

Sour Cream Chive Biscuits with Country Ham

You can’t have a Southern breakfast without ham and biscuits. The man in your life will be impressed when you create the perfect biscuit.

Mississippi Mud Muffins

Mississippi Mud Muffins

This chocolate masterpiece is for the dad who wakes up with a sweet tooth. These muffins are all about the presentation, so have fun putting your style on the toppings.

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