With Father’s Day just around the corner you might be wondering what to make to celebrate him. No need to look any further. Any of these recipes are guaranteed to put a smile on his face. My father has a great impact on my love of cooking. He was always ready to make some random meal that would always turn out well. He was also a willing guinea pig when I was younger and wanted to try making new recipes.
These bad boys can be made in the oven or on the grill. Taking very few ingredients and just a little bit of time you will have a meal fit for a king. To make this meal a little more substantial make some pasta and toss with a cream sauce of your choice. Add a little garlic bread and I promise you he will be grinning from ear to ear.
Brownies are such a great way to end a meal. These rich and fudgy brownies are perfect for the dad that loves chocolate. I promise you cannot go wrong with these. Just add a scoop (or three) of his favorite ice cream and it will be the highlight of the meal.
Steak is a go to option for me when celebrating Father’s Day. One of my grandfather’s favorite meal is when I make this steak for him. You cannot go wrong with this dish and I am sure this will become a great favorite in your family as well. This can also be made on the grill and served with some grilled veggies.
The reason this recipe is so good is because it is so simple. For those of you that have someone who loves bourbon this dessert is right up their alley. With the flavors of peach cobbler with a large splash of bourbon this recipe is sure to be a hit. Best served warm and with a huge scoop of ice cream.
Who can say no to a great rack of ribs? What makes these ribs special is that the sauce is made from watermelon instead of tomatoes. These uniquely flavored ribs will have your celebrant licking all of his fingers. These can be done both in the oven and on the grill. The smokey flavors from the grill make these ribs extra special.
This rustic tart is such a great dessert for Father’s Day. It is so easy to make and tastes wonderful. Fresh peaches are abundant right around this time and this dessert makes great use of them. There is a little bit of a pattern here because this like all of the other desserts on this list is best served warm with a scoop of ice cream.
Bacon makes everything better. Cream cheese, spinach, and mushrooms make a wonderful filling for this chicken breast. While they don’t take too long to make they are always an impressive site to behold. Surprise your family with these little gems and make it is a memorable Father’s Day.
Summer is the best time for fresh berries and this recipe make great use of that. This minimal effort dessert is a great way to end the evening. Treat your family to this delightful dessert. Once again you guessed it, best served warm with a scoop of ice cream. Make sure you make enough for seconds.