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It's finally the time of the year when you can stay in your pajamas a few hours longer without any penalty. Spend your Christmas morning cooking up a few of our yummiest wintertime dishes. Bonus points if mimosas are involved. Once you're in a food coma you can easily cuddle up on the couch with your favorite Christmas movie.

Sweet Potato and Sausage Strata: If you're feeding a crowd then we know exactly what to throw in the oven. This breakfast casserole is a great one to make ahead and put in the oven just before the guests arrive. The kids will have a ball putting this one together, too!

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Pumpkin Pancakes for One: You are just minutes away away from having a gourmet breakfast. Cozy up to some of your favorite flavors with these spiced and stacked delicacies. Watch the video below for a quick tutorial.

Sausage, Gravy, and Egg Breakfast Sandwiches: This sandwich will rival what you get at the drive-through. Freezing the gravy in ice-cube trays makes portioning easy. The make-ahead appeal means these are the perfect candidate for a grab-and-go breakfast if you're headed to Gramma's house for Christmas celebrations.

Breakfast Polenta with Warm Berry Compote: This breakfast is like a really warm hug that just won't let go until you feel better. Save a little of this berry compote for ice cream or waffles.

Bananas Foster Breakfast Strata: Wow the crowd with this flaming breakfast casserole.Take care when adding the rum to the hot pan; it flames up immediately. So hearty and filling you may just have to skip lunch.

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10 Quick Christmas breakfasts

Christmas morning calls for something special. Take your pick of a stack of pancakes, simple smoked salmon or an indulgent brunch bruschetta.

Christmas is a day for fabulous food and relaxing with family and friends. It doesn’t have to mean slaving over a hot stove. Whether you want savoury or sweet, hearty or light, there’s a breakfast recipe to cater for your every craving. We’ve got low-fat festive bowls and uber-indulgent pancake plates, take your pick!

Apple and clementine Bircher

Soak these oats in sweet apple juice for a filling bowl of fruit and warming cinnamon. Clementines and a handful of pomegranate seeds make this the prettiest breakfast on the table. Due to the overnight soaking, this breakfast is a simple assembly job. Mix up our apple & clementine Bircher in just 10 minutes and dish it up the following morning. There’s no cooking involved.

Simple nutty pancakes

These nutty pancakes are so easy to make, the kids can get involved with cooking them up and sprinkling over their preferred toppings. Using agave syrup rather than sugar is a healthier swap and folding chopped nuts into the batter adds extra crunch.

Kale, tomato & poached egg on toast

If you’re trying to beat the bulge this Christmas, treat yourself to perfect poached eggs on toast and don’t sweat it. This low-calorie dish has it all a smattering of feta, curly kale and a runny yolk.

Smoked salmon, miso & sesame tartine

This speedy brunch tartine adds an Asian-inspired twist to your standard smoked salmon brekkie, with miso paste and a sesame seed topping. If you’re tempted by tartines, why not try these other options:

Breakfast banana split

The ultimate treat, dessert for breakfast! Our brunch version of the classic banana split has a healthy spread of nut butter, frozen yogurt for ice cream, granola and as many berries as you please. If you want to experiment with creating your own nut butters, check out our recipes:

Mustard mushrooms on toast

Something creamy and comforting always goes down well on a cold winter morning. These mustard mushrooms on toast are a speedy, healthy breakfast with a light cream cheese sauce that’s hard to resist.

Bloody Mary scrambled eggs & smoked salmon

This is a breakfast that’ll set you up for some serious celebrating, and is the perfect antidote for the morning after a night of getting ready for the Big Day! These Bloody Mary scrambled eggs with smoked salmon have a splash of Tabasco and Worcestershire sauce as a nod to the cocktail, adding a little extra kick.

Strawberry brunch bruschettas

Seriously indulgent strawberry brunch bruschettas, what’s not to love? Fruit and nut bread, topped with creamy ricotta, strawberries and a drizzle of slightly salted almond sauce is the perfect way to start Christmas Day.

Dippy eggs with Marmite soldiers

Everyone loves a runny yolk, kids and adults alike. These dippy eggs with Marmite soldiers are a nutritious way to kick off the Christmas celebrations. Salty, savoury Marmite gives the egg yolk an umami hit.

Poached eggs on avocado & feta toast

This moreish combo of creamy avocado and salty feta, topped with a sprinkling of chilli and a poached egg is worth getting out of bed for. Poached eggs with avocado take minutes to prepare and quantities are easily increased for a big, hungry family!

Match these tasty breakfast recipes with a delicious smoothie from our collection.

What’s your favourite Christmas morning treat? Let us know in the comments below…


50 Delicious Breakfasts for Mother’s Day!

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Wow! This makes me want to make an elaborate breakfast every day. :) If only there were time. Beautiful and yummy!

Here is the link for the recipe in the title photo: http://www.culinary.net/articlesfeatures/FeatureDetail.aspx?ID=2068

Love this list of recipes!

We just added another Mother's Day breakfast post, this one can be prepped the night before. so easy.

Don't these recipes look amazing! I wonder if I can convince my husband to try any of these. I'm just worried how bad my kitchen will look once he's done.

Either way, saving this list for my own personal use. I never have clue what to make for breakfast when we have company!

Hi girls!!
I'll just forward this to my hubby )
He can make me a tester buffet for Mothers Day morning.


1. Yogurt Parfait

A yogurt parfait is fast, fun, nourishing, and cooling on muggy summer mornings. Try our version with fresh berries and your favorite granola.

2. Egg in a Basket

We love this breakfast because it feels special and fun but it’s super quick and simple to make. Serve your Egg in a Basket (or do you call it Toad in a Hole?) with a side of fresh summer fruits.

3. Banana Bread Overnight Oats

It might be too warm to bake up banana bread, but these banana bread overnight oats dish out that familiar flavor in chilled form.

4. Green Peach Smoothie

Peaches are sweetest and juiciest in summer. Buy fresh peaches during peak season, then slice and freeze to make this green smoothie extra tasty.

5. Freezable French Toast Sticks

Try these sticks that can be made ahead and frozen, and reheated in the microwave! (Kids’ self-serve breakfast while you steal a few extra minutes in bed? Sounds right up our alley.) Use whole grain bread for the best nutrition.

6. Protein-Packed Breakfast Burritos

These delicious, southwestern-style burritos take a little extra time to assemble, but they taste amazing and you can easily take them along on your morning adventures. Bonus points for eating veggies with breakfast!

7. Breakfast Egg Cups

Here’s another egg-celent take-along breakfast that’s packed with protein and veggies. Make a batch on Sunday and enjoy them all week. (They’re even good cold.)

8. Lemon Raspberry Chia Pudding

Your kids will love this refreshing, no-cook summer breakfast bursting with fresh seasonal flavors. Chia seeds and raspberries are filled with healthy fiber, vitamins, and minerals.

9. Fruity Nut n’ Honey Energy Bites

Speaking of no-cook recipes, your kids will love these tasty little bites. We’ve made them low in added sugars, so you don’t have to worry about your kids having a sugar rush on a hot morning. Pepitas and almond butter provide plant proteins.

10. Kid-Friendly Protein Waffle

Sunday morning summer breakfast coming up! In this genius fried-egg-waffle combo, an egg cooks along with waffle batter right in the iron. Serve it with fresh fruit and a drizzle of real maple syrup.


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These simple breakfast recipes are perfect for busy mornings.

We all know breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But just because you're aware that this meal is crucial doesn't mean you always have time to whip up something delicious. From school drop-offs to busy commutes to squeezing in a sweat session, weekday mornings can often be our busiest time of day. Or, maybe you&rsquore sick of your go-to toast or bagel and need new, easy breakfast ideas. That&rsquos what we&rsquore here for: to provide all the a.m. inspo you need, whether you&rsquore craving healthy muffin recipes or easy egg recipes or healthy smoothie recipes to really power-up your day.

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Easy Coffee Cake &ndash This easy coffee cake recipe is a simple yet elegant crumb cake that&rsquos topped with the most delicious cinnamon sugar streusel. This recipe could not be more perfect for holiday brunches!

Buttermilk Pancakes &ndash This recipe for buttermilk pancakes makes for a such a scrumptious breakfast of light, fluffy and absolutely delicious pancakes cooked to golden brown perfection. These pancakes are my family&rsquos favorite! They are easy and the perfect way to make any breakfast or brunch gathering super special!

Baked Blueberry Donuts &ndash Deliciously healthy baked blueberry donuts that are light, soft, and perfect for breakfast! With just over 100 calories, these Skinny Blueberry Donuts are a fun and easy treat that&rsquos perfect for any breakfast or brunch gathering!

Banana Oat Waffles &ndash Healthy Gluten Free Banana Oat Waffles are light, crispy-on-the-outside, fluffy-on-the-inside, clean eating waffles.

Banana Oat Blender Pancakes &ndash So easy and delicious, these Banana Oat Blender Pancakes come together in about 5 minutes and are full of nutritious goodness!


Cinnamon Roll Casserole &ndash Cinnamon roll casserole tastes just like decadent cinnamon rolls, but without all the effort! This cinnamon roll casserole recipe is super easy to make and can even be assembled the night before.

Homemade Monkey Bread &ndash Homemade monkey bread combines several tiny balls of dough coated in butter, cinnamon, and sugar. It&rsquos basically a giant bundt pan of gooey cinnamon rolls! Finish this fun breakfast or dessert treat with vanilla icing and serve pull apart style.

Best French Toast &ndash The best cinnamon sugar French toast topped with whipped cream, fresh berries, and a 4-ingredient caramel syrup. The recipe from a famous Utah bakery was shared online and this an adaptation of that recipe!

Bread Pudding &ndash Homemade bread pudding with fresh raspberries, fresh whipped cream, and a delicious vanilla sauce. With an easy prep time and tons of ideas to customize, this bread pudding recipe will quickly become your favorite!

Best Cinnamon Rolls &ndash These homemade cinnamon rolls are the BEST! Everyone that makes them falls in love! They are great for breakfast, brunch, and holidays.

Eggnog Bread &ndash this easy eggnog quick bread with a sweet eggnog glaze is a Christmas favorite. It is great for breakfast or dessert.

Cranberry Orange Bread&mdash The fresh cranberries in this cranberry orange bread contrast nicely with the sweet orange glaze, making it the perfect blend of sweet and tart!

Blackberry Coffee Cake&ndash a simple yet elegant addition to any breakfast, brunch, or afternoon coffee break! It&rsquos light, fluffy, filled with a blackberry puree, and topped with a sweet brown sugar topping!

Gingerbread French toast with cinnamon honey sauce&ndash a great breakfast-in-bed or brunch recipe with a hint of Christmas & mouth-watering sauce!

Mimosa Mini Muffins &ndash Why settle for just drinking a mimosa when you can indulge in adorable mini muffins made with CHAMPAGNE and ORANGE JUICE!! The perfect two-bite mimosa! FAST, EASY, and perfect for brunch or get-togethers!!

Christmas Morning Muffins&ndash the perfect festive bite for Christmas morning.


60+ Christmas Breakfasts That Will Keep You Going Through All That Present-Opening

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The smart thing to do? Plan ahead. Assemble one these delicious, easy-to-make breakfasts a day or two before, and you'll have a ready to go breakfast. If your coffee maker comes with a timer then you're all set! Wake up, get warm up breakfast, and have everyone eat a little something before tearing apart the wrapping paper. You'll all feel better. Especially if you're not having your big Christmas dinner until later in the day, these breakfasts will keep you going through hours of play (and wrapping paper cleanup). How good does incorporating gingerbread recipes into breakfast sound, such as a gingerbread pear loaf? It's even better when served alongside a twisted sticky caramel-pecan roll and a bacon and leek deep-dish quiche. Any one of those are good enough to almost make the little ones forget what's under the tree&mdashlong enough to scarf down a little breakfast before digging in, anyway . And if you're apprehensive about adding one more thing to your already-bursting holiday to-do list, consider it from this angle. If you've been looking for a new holiday tradition to share with your family, whipping up a batch of eggnog recipes in the form of French toast or cinnamon rolls for Christmas breakfast will be something they'll treasure for years to come.



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