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The holiday season is full of amazing traditions. Over the years, we’ve adopted so many things that simply make it feel like Christmas. From our big day of baking with my life-long besties and their kids to smaller things like Santa filling our tree with candy canes as he delivers the gifts, all of these things mean so much to our family and we look forward to them year after year.
Our Christmas Day is a laid-back affair, where we stay in our pajamas all day and enjoy a delicious breakfast that includes yummy breakfast casseroles that I prep the night before and that bake while we’re opening our gifts. There’s just something about delicious food eaten as a family that makes a meal so special.
If you’re looking for some amazing ideas to serve your loved ones this Christmas morning, here are some delicious ideas from some of our favorite bloggers that will help you to start a new tradition.
For a sweet breakfast treat, A Southern Fairytale’s simple homemade doughnut holes can’t be beat!
Bread pudding is one of my favorite desserts and what better time than Christmas to indulge in something like this Gluten-free Breakfast Bread Pudding from Not a SuperMom
If you’re looking for something a little fancier and more indulgent, this quiche recipe from A Southern Fairytale is a perfect choice.
Turkey Sausage and Spinach Frittata from 4 Hats and Frugal makes a perfect holiday brunch that will make everyone happy.
Egg and Cheese Croissant Rolls from Someday I’ll Learn are a perfect handheld breakfast option for a large crowd and minimal space to sit and eat.
It doesn’t get easier than these two ingredient crepes from Someday I’ll Learn!
Looking for a perfect pancake recipe? This one from 4 Hats and Frugal is the best ever!
Anything with Nutella in it just tastes better and this Nutella French Toast from Someday I’ll Learn is no exception!
Take your french toast up a notch with this amazing Sourdough French Toast with Bananas and Walnuts from 100 Directions.
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