Father's Day Gift Guide: Favorites for the Foodie Dad

Amber Bracegirdle | Bluebonnets & Brownies

The perfect gifts for the foodie dad in your life. He's sure to love every one!

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Father's Day is this Sunday, and we know dads like to get busy in the kitchen as much as moms do. We've put together a fun little gift guide of things we think the dad in your life would dig.

From sports-themed slow cookers to easy ways to whip up a cocktail, if you're still looking for a gift for the foodie Pops in your life, we've got you covered.

NFL Team Crock-Pot Slow CookerNFL Crock-Pot® Slow Cooker

For the football fan in your life, the NFL Team Crock Pot Slow Cooker is the perfect addition to summer barbecues and autumn tailgates. Show team pride with every dinner of Crock Pot Chicken Enchilada Stuffed Peppers, and every side of Crock Pot Baked Beans.

Margaritaville Drink MakerMargaritaville® Mixed Drink Maker

We know plenty of fathers love a good cocktail, and even more so, love to be the bartender as well as the grillmaster at family barbecues. He'll look like a rockstar with this Margaritaville Drink Maker at his fingertips.

There's even an "I feel lucky" button for surprise concoctions with simply the press of a fingertip. We bet you could even use Brandy's homemade Mango Margarita puree for a fabulous mixer.

Coleman Roadtrip LXE GrillColeman® Road Trip LXE Grill

What dad doesn't feel like master of his domain when in front of the grill? If your guy loves tailgating and camping, the Coleman Roadtrip LXE Grill is for him.

This is a full sized grill that's truly portable. With wheels that make it easy to move, this grill still fits easily in the trunk of a car. It has up to 20,000 BTUs for perfectly seared steaks and burgers without even breaking a sweat.

Don't forget that we're also giving away a Crock-Pot Hook Up Connectable Entertaining System with Shaina's latest recipe. Please enter!

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About Amber

Amber is a native Texan, born to a family of fabulous cooks. She shares her love of all things Tex-Mex and Southern both on her blog, Bluebonnets & Brownies, and here on Food Fanatic. She heavily endorses the use of the contraction "y'all".

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