Don’t you love it when everyone gathers around the breakfast table in their special holiday pajamas to enjoy a delicious holiday breakfast while spending some quality time together? Christmas morning is special and that means it needs a special Christmas breakfast filled with tasty treats and traditional breakfast ideas to go along with it.
If you’re looking for some delicious Christmas breakfast ideas, these unique and tasty dishes are sure to delight anyone. From casseroles to Christmas themed breakfast ideas, these are some of the best quick and easy holiday breakfasts the whole family can enjoy.
And if you are one of those lonely, early birds on Christmas morning, try this Berry Blast Smoothie Bowl to get you going.
Top 12 Christmas Breakfast Meals Your Whole Family Will Enjoy
1. Sausage Breakfast Casserole
The base of this sausage casserole is a fluffy biscuit and the top is smothered in eggs, sausage and onions. Sausage lovers will be in heaven with this delicious breakfast goodie. Visit Will Cook For Smiles for recipe.
2. Eggnog French Toast
This eggnog flavored french toast recipe is a must-try for the holidays and is so easy to make. It’s a great filling breakfast idea that can feed an entire army of family guests. Visit Sugar and Soul for recipe.
3. Cannoli Cinnamon Rolls
These quick and easy homemade cinnamon rolls include an easy to make cannoli frosting. The fluffy cinnamon rolls are perfect for breakfast, brunch or even dessert. Visit Snappy Gourmet for recipe.
4. Holiday Ham and Rice Benedict
This is a delicious take on the classic Eggs Benedict breakfast dish. The Holiday Ham and Rice Benedict recipe features a creamy cranberry Hollandaise sauce topping. Visit Food Meanderings for recipe.
5. Baileys Irish Cream Overnight Baked French Toast Casserole
It may be the Baileys talking but this is the best french toast casserole ever! Baileys makes everything better, doesn’t it? Visit Food Meanderings for recipe.
6. Classic Crepe with Nutella
If you love crepes, this is a delicious take on the classic crepe recipe. Enjoy with Nutella or your favorite flavors to spruce it up a bit. Visit Sustain My Cooking Habit for recipe.
7. Holiday Brunch Casserole
You can’t go wrong with a classic holiday casserole! The great thing about this tasty dish is that it can also be made ahead of time so you can enjoy more family time in the morning. Visit Mission To Save for recipe.
8. Candy Cane Danish
Try this festive Candy Cane Danish – cherry cheese pastry in the shape of a candy cane! This gorgeous candy cane danish is easy to assemble with crescent rolls, cherry pie filling, and sweetened cream cheese. It’s a fun Christmas breakfast treat to make with kids! Visit Amanda’s Cookin for recipe.
9. Cherry Bakewell Baked Oats
Have some seniors over for breakfast? They will love this plant-powered ‘cherry bakewell’. Super easy to make, even more delicious to eat. Make these Almond and Cherry Baked Oats for a fruity kind of Christmas morning. Visit Attachment Mummy for recipe.
10. Christmas Tree Waffles
These are the perfect way to serve waffles during the holidays. The waffles are green in color and can be designed to look like a Christmas tree with M & M’s to decorate if you choose. Visit Ann’s Entitled Life for recipe.
11. Santa Pancake
Have you seen anything cuter? These Santa pancakes include lots of fruit for a delicious and healthy breakfast solution. Kids and adults will love the Santa design as they enjoy their healthy fruit filled breakfast! Visit Messy Little Monster for recipe.
12. Raspberry Cream Cheese Cruffins
These cruffins are like a delicious hybrid of croissant and a muffin and are filled with a raspberry cream cheese to make them even more delicious. Visit Carefree Mermaid for recipe.
These Christmas breakfast ideas are great for Christmas morning, Boxing Day morning or any morning you want to make the effort to make something special. I hope you enjoy them!
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