Christmas is one of the most magical times of the year and nowhere is that magic more evident than on Christmas morning. Watching the excitement on the faces of your children and loved ones as they open gifts and the feelings of gratitude and joy is unbeatable.
But the magic of Christmas morning shouldn’t stop after the presents are unwrapped! Warm your heart and fill your stomach with one (or more!) of these delicious Christmas breakfast recipes and continue the fun around the breakfast table!
If there is an eggnog lover in your family then The Best Eggnog French Toast Recipe by Confessions of a parent is the perfect Christmas morning breakfast! Even those who normally don’t love eggnog won’t be able to resist, especially once you add some warm maple syrup!
Make these Overnight Cinnamon Rolls by Chef Billy Parisi the night before and you can simply throw them in the oven in the morning. They’ll be ready by the time your family is done opening gifts and your house will be filled with their irresistible cinnamon scent!
Don’t be intimidated by this Candy Cane Danish by Amanda’s Cookin’. Although it looks complicated, it’s actually super simple and comes together in only a few minutes! But that can be our little secret, go ahead and let everyone be wowed by this impressive-looking Christmas morning treat.
If you’re looking for an easy to make but delicious Christmas morning breakfast then this Gingerbread Instant Pot Steel Cut Oats by Boulder Locavore is just what you’ve been looking for. The warm spicey flavor of gingerbread paired with the creamy eggnog float is basically Christmas magic in a blow!
Looking for a gluten-free breakfast treat for Christmas morning? Then look no further than this Cinnamon Cranberry Coffee Cake from Raia’s Recipes. The combination of tart cranberries and sweet coffee cake pairs perfectly with a nice hot coffee on a cold winter morning.
Take your waffles to the next level with this Gingerbread Waffles with Cardamom-Vanilla Butter from Burrata and Bubbles. Adding the warm spice flavors of gingerbread and cardamom is a simple and unexpected way to add an extra pop of holiday flavor to Christmas morning.
If you’ve never had a German pancake before then stop what you’re doing and check out this German Apple Pancake from Feeding Your Fam. Somewhere in between a pancake and popover this puffy golden pancake is topped with sweet apples and gooey homemade caramel sauce and will quickly become a new family favorite.
Burnt out from all that holiday cooking but still craving something delicious for breakfast on Christmas morning? This Nutella Crescent Rolls by To Simply Inspire have only 3 ingredients and come together in just a few minutes! And seriously who can resist anything that has Nutella in it?!?
Put any leftover eggnog to good use with these Eggnog Pancakes by Mommy Made That. The rich spicy flavor of eggnog makes these pancakes so irresistible that you’ll probably want to go ahead and make a double batch!
Want a little help in the kitchen on Christmas morning? Get the kids involved by having them help make these fun Christmas Tree Waffles from The Best Ideas for Kids! And if your little ones are too young to cook then they can still get in on the fun by helping you “decorate” these waffles by adding sprinkles and whipped cream!
Chai tea is the secret ingredient in this easy to make bust super delicious Overnight Vanilla Chai French Toast Bake Home Cooking Memories. The warm spices of the Chai tea adds the perfect kick of Christmas flavor and will quickly become one of your new favorite breakfast recipes for cold winter mornings.
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