Tomorrow is Father’s Day. And we’re betting Dad would like to wake up to one of these breakfasts with a few of his favorite things—whiskey, bacon, beer, and chocolate. All of the recipes are easy to make and have a surprising twist. So even if you forgot a gift (or it’s arriving late) Dad will feel special and stuffed this Sunday. Be sure to scroll down to the end for the recipe we’re calling “The Works;” it combines all four of our feature ingredients.

Jameson French Toast

1. Jameson French Toast: You know we love spiked sweets, so why not spike your sweet breakfast? You might never serve regular French toast again. (via Macheesmo)

Barnsley House Porridge

2. Barnsley House Porridge with Whisky: If your dad isn’t much of a breakfast person, and likes to stick with his oatmeal, you can at least prepare this boozy version to get his day started right. (via Dramatic Pancake)

Crowd Pleaser Coffee

3. Crowd Pleaser Coffee: Even if you aren’t with your dad to celebrate, you should still probably make this take on Irish Coffee with bourbon, Chambord, and Frangelico, all served in a sugar-rimmed glass. Yum! (via Food Network)

Bacon
Bacon Breakfast Cookies

4. Bacon Breakfast Cookies: Yes, you read that correctly. These cookies combine two classic breakfast foods—bacon and cornflakes. And we’re guessing you won’t be able to stop at just one cookie. (via Onion Rings and Things)

Avocado, Bacon, and Eggs

5. Avocado, Bacon, and Eggs: Did you know you can bake eggs in an avocado? Well you can. And adding bacon makes it 10 times better, obviously. (via Annanimity)

6. Bacon Cinnamon Rolls: Whether you make your own from scratch or pop open the pre-made can, adding bacon to your cinnamon rolls is shockingly easy. Plus, we’re betting it ups the protein content of the breakfast. Very important. (via Quick Dish)

Beer
Grilled Steak and Eggs with Beer and Molasses

7. Grilled Steak and Eggs with Beer and Molasses: Steak and eggs is the perfect go-to father’s day recipe, and this version with a beer and molasses sauce is pretty much the best version there is. (via Food Network)

Beer Popovers

8. Beer Popovers: What makes these pastries so great? The fact that they are buttery but still light-tasting, and they are made with your favorite pale ale. (via Craft Beer)

Beer Barley Crepes

9. Beer and Barley Crepes: If Dad is more of the brown ale sort, try these delicious crepes made with barley flour and a nutty ale. The crepes are best served with a dollop of apple butter (or maybe some Nutella) on top. (via Turntable Kitchen)

Chocolate
Divine Chocolate Buns

10. Divine Chocolate Buns: This is for those with a massive sweet tooth. Seriously, who wouldn’t want to wake up and eat chocolate buns on Father’s Day? (via Confessions of a Bright-Eyed Baker)

Chocolate Oatmeal

11. German Chocolate Oatmeal: Trying to keep dad heart-healthy? Give him a treat by transforming his traditional oatmeal into a decadent chocolate version. (via The Gracious Pantry)

Triple-Chocolate Quinoa Granola

12. Triple-Chocolate Quinoa Granola: You can make this granola tonight for breakfast tomorrow. We’re also going to guess that it’s pretty good on ice cream if you don’t want to serve it over yogurt for breakfast. (via Always Order Dessert)

The Works
Bacon Guinness Chocolate Pancakes

13. Bacon Guinness Chocolate Pancakes: We saved the best for last. If you want to make Dad the ultimate Father’s Day breakfast, whip up a batch of these pancakes. The only thing that would make them better would be using the bourbon whipped cream from our Buttermilk Bourbon Cherry Tartlets. (via Closet Cooking)

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