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From bacon making kits to a craft beer delivery service, here's some food for thought to delight dad, gramps or hubby this Father's Day. Curated by Sarah Wormwell.
Whether spicy and fruity or savoury and nutty, muffins are the ultimate lunchbox snack. Eat them straight from the oven for a warm breakfast treat or pack them as a delicious afternoon bite - it won't matter, they'll be totally devoured. Traditional ingredients such as blueberries, choc chips, apple or banana are ever-popular but why not get a little creative and experiment with unusual ingredients such as beetroot, zucchini or carrot. They're great fun to make with children, too - so whip out that muffin tray and get baking.