There’s no feeling better than waking up on Christmas morning. There’s presents under the tree, siblings sporting matching pajama sets, and (hopefully) a beautiful dusting of snow on the ground. The child-like feeling of nostalgia on Christmas morning never goes away, no matter how old we grow up to be. Christmas morning is a special time to make memories as a family, and what better memories are created than those at the kitchen table. Breakfast before (or after, if you can’t hardly wait to see what Santa brought you) ripping open presents sets the tone for a cozy, warm, joy-filled holiday. Finding the perfect Christmas morning breakfast recipes can be a bit tricky, since this special day calls for a special breakfast to kick off the festivities. Have no fear, I’m listing 10 of the perfect Christmas morning breakfast recipes that everyone will love right here for you.
Eggs Benedict Casserole
A staple breakfast item, Eggs Benedict, gets a fun twist for the plenty of mouths to feed on Christmas morning. With a savory hollandaise sauce and salty Canadian bacon pieces, this Christmas morning recipe is the perfect crowd pleasers for the more sophisticated palettes of the family.
Bacon & Egg Cups
This simple Christmas morning recipe idea is a for sure crowd pleaser! Eggs and bacon are the epitome of breakfast foods, and together they’re a match made in heaven. This cute little cups are easy to share when feeding a crowd, and can be spruced up with many different ingredients!
Crock Pot Breakfast Potatoes
Potatoes will pair perfectly with your bacon and egg cups! An easy Christmas breakfast recipe allows you the freedom to get other festive started while breakfast cooks away. Whether this Christmas breakfast recipe is used as a side dish, or heck, even a main dish (I won’t judge), these potatoes will go fast!
Cinnamon Roll French Toast Bake
Sweet tooth-ers, unite! There’s something warm and cozy about a French toast casserole or any type of sweet-bread-braked-good on any morning, nonetheless Christmas. This Christmas morning recipe is as sweet as Santa’s cookies. The perfect crowd pleaser, and easy to pair with any type of savory casserole as well for a perfect blend of sweet and salty.
I told you, every sweet casserole needs its savory, cheesy counterpart. This Christmas morning recipe will answer your prayers. Think of all your favorite breakfast foods combined into a one-pan-wonder. Cheesy, salty, savory…the works! You need to try out this Christmas morning recipe at least once.
Biscuits and Gravy Crockpot Casserole
Nothing sticks to your ribs as much as good ole’ biscuits & gravy. A warm wee of nostalgia washes over me when I think of buttery, flakey biscuits smothered in sausage gravy. A bit different of an option for a Christmas breakfast recipe, but nonetheless something that will make the family’s bellies full as they tear through Santa’s gifts.
While we’re on a savory kick, let’s top it off with a breakfast spin on a classic homemade meal: lasagna. With sweet layers of French toast, fluffy layers of scrambled eggs, and crunchy, salty layers of potatoes, this Christmas morning breakfast recipe has something everyone in your family will love!
Christmas wouldn’t be complete without gingerbread. A perfect addition to any breakfast, this Christmas breakfast recipe is a sweet and simple way to add the most holiday spirit to your morning. Light, fluffy, and beautifully spiced, gingerbread pancakes can go great with a nice pairing of previously mentioned egg & bacon cups, or crock pot potatoes!
Triple Berry French Toast Casserole
Something as delicate as berries is a refreshing addition to any breakfast. Christmas breakfast recipes are no different! This Christmas breakfast recipe blends the sweetness of berries with the hardiness of French toast to make a delicious treat that the whole family will enjoy.
The ultimate breakfast treat…this Christmas breakfast recipe will be included in your holiday traditions for years to come! These decadent rolls encase a sweet surprise in the middle, and the ooey gooey mess is a child’s eating-with-your-hands-dream! (Sorry, moms).