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Get Father’s Day off to a great start with these 8 recipes

Added 15 Jun 2018


With Father’s Day coming up, we’ve selected some of our favourite meals to cook for your old man before you pull on your walking shoes and head out for a family walk in the sunshine!

 

If you’re not sure whether these are quite to his taste, we’ve got loads of recipes on our website for you to choose from. Let us know what you cooked and what you’re up to this Father’s Day on social media. You can find us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and we’d love to hear from you!
 

1. If you’re looking for something quick, easy and has a little bit of a sugary side for breakfast, look no further than our pancakes with toffee apple slices.



2 . For something that’s like a traditional English breakfast but with a twist, check out this eggs, bacon and maple syrup dish with a serving of beetroot pancakes.

3. The hearty yet healthy garlic and mustard marinated steak meal is sure to delight the whole family. And if the weather is right, you can crack out the barbeque for that extra flavour!?

 

4. Why not stick to a traditional Sunday roast and make the perfect pot roast chicken. Be sure to stack the veg nice and high for this dish!

Plus you can combine it with these yummy roast potatoes


5. Combine cuisine styles with these Masala lamb burgers and have the best of both worlds.

 

6. For something a little lighter before your long walk, try out quiche which makes the most of in-season veggies

 

7. You may want to have an all-day adventure this Sunday, and if so, check out our shareable stuffed loaf that can be perfectly tailored to suit both adults and kids.

 8. You’re going to want to top off your Sunday lunch with something sweet, or even have something prepped for tea time. Our chocolate cake recipe is topped with loads of yummy strawberries and raspberries, and it’s even gluten-free!


 

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