Not sure what to make this Christmas morning for breakfast? Maybe you want to try something different this year. I hear ya. I still haven’t found my Christmas morning tradition. Each year I try something different, but nothing has screamed, “This is it!” So I continue on my quest!
This holiday season, I decided to take a different approach. Instead of browsing Pinterest (by the way, are you following me?) for recipe ideas,
I thought I’d ask all my blogger colleagues for their tried and true family breakfast traditions.
I asked for recipes that can be made-ahead or pre-prepped so no one has to do much cooking Christmas morning. The other criteria was that it had to be a recipe that was a family favorite, made many times.
I loved seeing other’s traditions! And I was actually blown away with the uniqueness that I can across. Most recipes have a twist that I’d never seen. And to me, there’s nothing better than a unique, delectable dish that can be pre-prepped for Christmas morning.
Throughout the tryout to be on this collection of breakfast traditions, I received and reviewed over 100 recipes that people find near and dear to their hearts. How did I choose? The ones that made the cut would be something I’d be inclined to try.
It’s going to be difficult to choose what to make this Christmas with all these options! Happy recipe shopping!
Unique Make-Ahead Christmas Morning Breakfast Recipe Collection
Christmas Morning Breakfast Recipes
Katie who blogs at Mom’s Kitchen Handbook has given an incredible recipe idea to add a little Mexican spice to your Christmas morning. Click on the above photo for the recipe, it’ll definitely be making the cut in my house this holiday season!
I LOVE adding veggies to breakfast, especially when it’s spinach (like the kid’s fave cream cheese green muffins). So when Jamie at Smitten Kitchen suggested this recipe, I jumped on it. For the recipe click on the photo above.
Kasey over at All Things Mama has shared this Christmas tradition from her family’s table. If you’re looking for a tried and true savory family favorite, look no further. For the recipe, click on the photo above.
This unique gem of a breakfast recipe comes from Meaghan at 4 Sons “R” Us. Its a soup that can simmer all night in the crockpot, then before serving you toss in scrambled eggs and crumbled bacon. Such an easy unique idea! Recipe can be found by clicking the photo above.
Lisa at Garlic & Zest created this decadent sweet n’ savory holiday breakfast casserole. It’s a play on a Thanksgiving stuffing but converted to breakfast style! And the topping has cheese, sweet pecans and sage…yum! Recipe can be found by clicking the photo above.
Julia at Savory Tooth made my mouth water when reading the recipe and seeing the photos for these biscuits. I think I may just make these tomorrow! Recipe can be found clicking the photo above.
Sometimes you just don’t want all that bread, so if you’re lovin’ the Paleo/grain-free movement, this ones perfect for you! Make some yummy sweet n’ savory sausage! Jennifer at The Fit Fork shows this would also be fantastic on a muffin with eggs! Recipe can be found by clicking the photo.
Christmas Morning Breakfast Recipes
Bostock is a brunch mainstay in France and is the must unique recipe I’ve come across for a twist on French toast. THIS is definitely worth looking into making. It can be prepared ahead of time, so it’s perfect for Christmas. Click on photo above for the recipe.
Jill from This Old Gal provides us with a decadent, hands-off pressure cooker recipe. The sauce here (hidden under the toast) is made ahead of time in the pressure cooker with fresh cranberries, orange and cinnamon. Recipe linked in the picture above.
If you’re looking for something sweet n’ savory (and a little bit sinful), this casserole should be on your Christmas morning table. Andy from Beautiful Eats & Things give us this winner of a breakfast casserole. Click on the photo above for the recipe!
Judy at Savoring Today typically opts for whole food recipes, but when Christmas time comes around she makes this special recipe each year. “It’s the way my mother made it and it’s been handed down now to her grandchildren.” If you’re looking for something super special [and a bit of a challenge] this is your jam. Recipe can be found by clicking the photo above.
This apple crumble is like a healthy apple pie for breakfast! It comes from Claudia Canu and I will certainly be making this one soon! Recipe linked above in the photo.
I hope you’ve found something in this recipe collection that strikes your holiday vibe! Don’t forget to save on your Pinterest or Facebook to keep handy for next year!!!
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