If you're like me, it's hard to find the perfect Father's Day gift for your dad. Should I get him a new market tote? Or another grilling set? Luckily we've got a few ideas of what to get him, but if you're still stumped or would rather go the DIY route, here are 17 of our favorite wrap-able foods any dad would love. From pickles and olives to granola and cookies, who doesn't like a gift you can eat?

Grill-side condiments:

Vegetarian bacon mayonnaise (no bacon!)

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Torrisi's spicy sauce

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The silver palate's green sauce

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Giddy swamp, South Carolina mustard barbecue sauce

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Pickled things for sliding into sandwiches (or a cocktail!):

Garlic-orange-rosemary marinated olives

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Zuni cafe zucchini pickles

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Five-spice pickled carrots

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Pickled blueberries with rosemary sprigs

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Snacks for outdoors and on-the-go:

Hot honey-sesame snacky mix

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Wasabi pea snack mix

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Everything bagel spiced nuts

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Around-the-world coconut popcorn mix

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To hit any sweet tooth:

Magical marvelous memorable cookies

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Mom's blueberry-coconut muffins

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Nekisia Davis' olive oil and maple granola

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Scottish toffee

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Thai peanut butter cups

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This story was originally published on Food52.com: 17 edible gifts to give this Father's Day.