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Dec

Post by Jessica R.

As a child, waking up on Christmas morning was all about rushing to the tree to see what Santa brought you. Now that most of us have evolved past the 6 am wake-up-and-squeal-over-presents stage of life, it’s nice to have another special treat waiting for you on that most magical of mornings.

I love my family’s Christmas breakfast tradition. Homemade cinnamon rolls, a spicy frittata, fresh orange juice and warm coffee cover the table, and we all sit around in our pajamas basking in the glow of another Christmas spent together.

Does your family have a Christmas breakfast tradition? What are your favorite recipes? If you are looking to add some fun new flavors to the mix, check out some of these Christmas breakfast recipes:

Multi-Grain Waffles from the Food Network

Multi-Grain Waffles

Christmas Scrambled Egg Casserole & Cranberry Muffins from Sparkling Ink

Christmas Breakfast Eggs

Christmas Breakfast Cranberry Muffins

Christmas Breakfast Casserole & Cranberry Swirl Loaf from Taste of Home

Christmas Breakfast Casserole

Cranberry Swirl Loaf

Christmas Breakfast Quesadillas from Oregon Live

Chilaques

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  1. Allison says:

    The cranberry swirl loaf sounds so yummy. I might just make it.

  2. JRosenberg says:

    That all sound SO good! We always make eggs benedict, scrambled eggs, and pancakes.
    I can’t wait!

  3. tiina says:

    Thank you for the blog love! Have a wonderful holiday season!

  4. Santa says:

    Hi mate, nice site Happy Holidays!

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  12. Hmm mouth watering! :-). Thx for sharing

  13. ezekiel says:

    looks delicious

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