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The way to a dad’s heart is usually through his stomach. But you can really impress pops by choosing a Father’s Day gift he’ll genuinely enjoy using. Dad taught you how to be an observant and thoughtful gift-giver, so choose one of these kitchen taskmasters to help him get his morning cup of coffee, afternoon sammy, or dinnertime steak in his belly easier than turning off the lights when you leave a room.

7 Dad-Approved Appliances for Father's Day

A coffee maker for a dad on-the-go or a dad on-the-couch

The FlexBrew 2-way coffee maker brews an entire 12-cup pot of coffee for the patriarch who guzzles down multiple mugs of the good stuff. But the real pop-pleaser is the single-cup side. Dad can choose between brewing with a K-Cup® or his favorite grounds for a cup to go. And if he’s a true coffee afficiona-dad, you could pair this gift with a coffee grinder and bag of his favourite whole bean coffee.

Get the FlexBrew now at Amazon.

 

7 Dad-Approved Appliances for Father's Day

A toaster oven with convection because he’s not trying to heat the entire neighborhood

Nothing makes a dad more annoyed than using unnecessary electricity. And in the summer – when he’s trying to keep the house cool – heating a large oven for his not-so-secret midnight snack of taquitos and pizza bagels is frustratingly inefficient. The EasyReach™ Toaster Oven is Amazon’s Choice , undoubtedly valued by dads who value even toasting and a small energy bill.

 

7 Dad-Approved Appliances for Father's Day

An indoor grill for rainy days

It’s in a dad’s DNA to want to grill meat. So much so, that they would rather be outside in a thunderstorm with a metal spatula standing over a flaming hot grill just for the sweet satisfaction of flipping a burger than microwaving a bowl of leftover soup. Don’t risk your father being struck by lighting. Buy him this indoor grill. Sure, it’s not as satisfying as cooking with actual fire, but it sure beats another bowl of reheated minestrone.

Buy on Amazon.

 

7 Dad-Approved Appliances for Father's Day

A Breakfast Sandwich Maker for fast food without the fast food line

Everyone loves breakfast sandwiches, and your dad is no exception. If you think he’s waiting in that drive-thru line for a sandwich he could make himself, you’ve got another thing coming. He’s turning this car around right now and going home to make his own sandwich. It’ll be ready in under five minutes and it’ll taste better, too.

Buy now from Amazon.

 

7 Dad-Approved Appliances for Father's Day

A high-performance blender for poolside smoothies

It might be time for dad to incorporate more fruits and veggies into his diet. Instead of telling him he needs to lose a few el-bees, show him how to easy it is to make healthy smoothies and whole juices with the Hamilton Beach Professional blender. His new physique will be the talk of the pool party this summer, and so will his socks-with-sandals fashion statement.

Get him one from  Amazon.

 

7 Dad-Approved Appliances for Father's Day

A panini press for the sandwich artist

Go out on the street and ask the first father you see if he fancies a hot sandwich. Of course he does. All dads do. Instead of taking him out for the reuben he’s craving, make him a sandwich (Poof! He’s a sandwich!) on the new panini press you got him for Father’s Day because you’re a smart kid who knows what kind of appliances your dad will actually use.

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7 Dad-Approved Appliances for Father's Day

A programmable slow cooker with a temperature probe for pot roast perfection

Your dad can make a pretty mean pulled-pork barbecue, but even the BBQ master himself can sometimes overcook and dry out meat, leaving everyone disappointed and hungry. (Hi, Hungry, I’m Dad.) No amount of the specialty barbecue sauces he’s been collecting since before you were born can save an overcooked pork shoulder. Make sure whichever large cut of meat pops is slow cooking stays fall-apart tender with a temperature probe enabled slow cooker. Everything from beer can chicken to Texas brisket will cook to whatever internal temp dad specifies. And when he’s not using the probe, he can use the slow cooker to make his famous chili (using the hot sauces he’s collected since before he started collecting barbecue sauces).

Get one for dad at Amazon.



If you’re a fan of brunch, you’re likely also a fan of eggs Benedict. The classic brunch dish combines english muffins, asparagus, ham, runny poached eggs, and rich, creamy hollandaise sauce. It’s truly the perfect recipe for bridging the gap between breakfast and lunch.

While eggs Benedict is undoubtedly delicious, it can be a bit labor-intensive. If your kitchen isn’t equipped with the amazing Hamilton Beach® egg cooker, you might struggle to make the perfectly poached eggs. Hollandaise isn’t the easiest recipe in the book either.

We scaled back eggs Benedict into a breakfast sandwich, making it easier to approach and enjoy any morning of the week – not just for Sunday brunch.

First, preheat your Hamilton Beach® Breakfast Sandwich Maker. It’s claim to fame is putting a hot, homemade breakfast on the table in 5 minutes or less. We’re a little biased, but we have to admit, it’s pretty great. Whether you’re ditching the bread and making a cheesy omelette or pre-making bacon, egg and cheese sandwiches to freeze for the week, there’s no excuse for skipping breakfast when this marvel is in your kitchen.

Eggs Benedict Breakfast Sandwich

Once the Breakfast Sandwich Maker is preheated, lift the cover, top ring, and the heating plate. Place the bottom half of an english muffin (split side up) on the bottom of the Breakfast Sandwich Maker and top it with baby spinach and a slice of Canadian bacon.  Baby spinach cooks a little easier than asparagus would in the Breakfast Sandwich Maker, so we improvised.

Lower the cooking plate and add one egg. Then add the other english muffin half on top and lower the cover. Cook for 4-5 minutes.

Eggs Benedict Breakfast Sandwich

It’s not eggs Benedict without hollandaise sauce so we whipped up a quick version we adapted for the Hamilton Beach® single serve blender.

Drizzle the hollandaise on top like you would with classic eggs Benedict and grab and fork and a knife. Or serve it on the sandwich (like you would any other condiment) to make it a little easier to eat with your hands. Introduce the kids to eggs Benedict with this simple sandwich version during the week or put them on the Mother’s Day brunch buffet alongside mimosas and coffee cake.

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  1. Preheat Breakfast Sandwich Maker until green ready light comes on. Lift cover, top ring and heating plate.
  2. Place bottom half of 1 English muffin, split-side up in bottom of Breakfast Sandwich Maker. Top with 4 spinach leaves and 1 slice of Canadian bacon.
  3. Lower cooking plate and top ring. Add one egg to cooking plate.
  4. Top with 1 top half of English muffin, split-side down.
  5. Close cover. Cook 4 to 5 minutes.
  6. Slide out cooking plate by rotating handle clockwise. Lift cover and rings; carefully remove sandwich with plastic spatula. Repeat with remaining ingredients.
  7. Serve with Easy Blender Hollandaise Sauce
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Reuben Sandwiches Two Ways - On a panini grill or in a Breakfast Sandwich Maker. These are so good! (Everyday Good Thinking by @hamiltonbeach)

Reuben sandwiches are a New York deli classic and a great use for leftover St. Patrick’s Day corned beef. It’s no wonder this sandwich is counted among many people’s favorites. A great reuben with a side of chips and a soda is about as perfect a lunch combo as one can create.

Reuben Sandwiches Two Ways - On a panini grill or in a Breakfast Sandwich Maker. These are so good! (Everyday Good Thinking by @hamiltonbeach)

If you’ve never had a reuben sandwich before, we a) are very sad for you and b) think you should stop reading here and run to the nearest deli counter. Are you back? Okay, good, we’re all on the same page about how delicious the reuben is. The origin of the sandwich is unclear. One story credits a grocer in Omaha and one, a deli owner in New York city (I’ll let you guess which side of the fence we stand on). Wherever its true origins, we’re glad it exists because it’s a favorite in our test kitchen.

Reuben Sandwiches Two Ways - On a panini grill or in a Breakfast Sandwich Maker. These are so good! (Everyday Good Thinking by @hamiltonbeach)

The grilled sandwich contains a stack of corned beef, sauerkraut, swiss cheese and Russian or Thousand Island dressing layered between slices of buttered rye bread. It’s typically grilled until everything is warm and melted, but we love the way the cheese melts and the bread gets toasty in our panini press. The panini press’s gorgeous grill marks add to the spectacle of gooey, dripping goodness.

You’ll love the panini twist on this New York classic – just don’t try to eat this delicious sandwich without some napkins nearby.

Reuben Sandwiches Two Ways - On a panini grill or in a Breakfast Sandwich Maker. These are so good! (Everyday Good Thinking by @hamiltonbeach)

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Pile bread up with your favorite meat, cheese and veggies, and create a satisfying meal in one easy press. The Hamilton Beach® Panini Press Gourmet Sandwich Maker Grill lets you grill hot, delicious sandwiches of any thickness, thanks to a floating lid that expertly presses down onto sandwiches and leaves appetizing grill marks behind.  

 

 

Reuben Sandwiches Two Ways - On a panini grill or in a Breakfast Sandwich Maker. These are so good! (Everyday Good Thinking by @hamiltonbeach)

The Breakfast Sandwich Maker has gotten so popular its spawned cookbooks full of recipes for breakfast sandwiches – and lunch and dinner foods alike! We’re always inspired by the things we see people making in our Breakfast Sandwich Makers, so we are always trying to come up with new ideas you can try at home in your machine.

Since we obviously love reuben sandwiches so much, we knew we had to make one in the Breakfast Sandwich Maker. Happily, it worked like a charm! We love this recipe for a toasty reuben that’s perfect for party snacks, game days, small hands, mid-afternoon snacks or an easy lunch. And now we’re inspired to make reuben everything: nachos, tacos, dips, pizzas…we could go on.

Reuben Sandwiches Two Ways - On a panini grill or in a Breakfast Sandwich Maker. These are so good! (Everyday Good Thinking by @hamiltonbeach)

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Don’t let another morning go by without the Breakfast Sandwich Maker by Hamilton Beach. It lets you enjoy a homemade breakfast sandwich, made your way, in the comfort of your own kitchen. Cleanup is easy because all removable parts go in the dishwasher.

 

 

 

Do you love reubens as much as we do? Have you tried to make them in a unique way like in a panini press or Breakfast Sandwich Maker?

What did you think?