Whether it's baking a cake or a full-blown menu, cooking for someone you love is a brilliant way of showing how much you care - and Father's Day is no exception!
However you decide to mark the occasion, we've got stacks of recipe inspiration. From BBQ ribs to cheesecake and breakfast ideas, scroll on for the ultimate guide to spoiling Dad this wekeend.
American pancake stack
Say it with pancakes. The ideal weekend breakfast and perfect way to kickstart Father's Day, these fluffy, American-style pancakes are a real treat.
Raspberry cheesecake brownies
Since the recipe for these brownies includes a packet mix, the kids can easily get involved in making them. They'll also enjoy arranging fresh raspberries on the top – and dad won't be able to resist a square with a cup of tea.
Father's Day cookies
Kids will love getting stuck in to making these giant cookies for Dad. You can even make them into medallions for him to wear!
These ribs are cooked for three hours in cola before being glazed with ketchup, chipotle paste, treacle and Worcestershire sauce. They are delicious. Fact.
Spicy cauliflower steaks with lemon
These tasty, lemony cauliflower steaks are a fantastic veggie option for your Father's Day barbecue.
Chicken tikka masala
We love any excuse for a curry night... Dad will love this creamy homemade curry - and don't forget the poppadoms!
Caribbean veg curry with fresh roti
DIY SOS present Nick Knowles's father used to make a version of this Caribbean curry recipe for Nick when he was a child. He now makes it for his kids to savour those precious moments with them...
Sirloin steak with peppercorn sauce
Dad will be smacking his lips at the idea of this perfectly-cooked sirloin steak with parsnip fries. Don't forget his favourite sauce - we've gone with peppercorn, here.
If your dad is sucker for both chocolate and cheesecake, you're onto a winner with this simple recipe. No actual baking is required, either - easy peasy!
Pina colada tart
For something fruitier, how about this tasty-looking pina colada tart? Yogurt, pineapple, coconut and a splash of rum make a perfectly summery (and simple) pud that the whole family will enjoy.