Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Christmas Breakfast Recipes

Christmas Breakfast Recipes
Well with Christmas just a few days away all of you must be looking out and planning for the best of the food that you could have for Christmas. So here I am, with some of the best Recipes that I could collect from arround. As I always do these recipes are not mine and have been collated and published here so that you can access them all on one site. I have given the direct links to the respective sites on the Images as well as on the title of the Recipes so you are free to go to the respective sites and search for more recipes. This has been done to give due credit to the original publisher. Have a great time as you will have a variety of recipes coming up for Breakfast, Desserts, Dinner, and other special recipes which I will publish individually in independent posts. Merry Christmas!

Christmas Breakfast Recipes

Start your Christmas mornings with traditional holiday breads or rich breakfast casseroles.

Yeast Breads

For an easy Christmas breakfast, bake yeast breads ahead of time and warm them up Christmas morning. Reheat them, still wrapped in aluminum foil, in a 300 degree F (150 degree C) oven for 30 minutes.

Some great Recipes directly from the site :




These hearty breakfast casseroles will keep everyone satisfied for a whole morning of gift-giving.

Great Casserole Recipes:


Quick Breads:
Baking for a family of nibblers? Try a little pumpkin butter with any one of these muffins, scones, or fruit breads.
  • These can be baked and frozen at least a week in advance. Warm them up on Christmas morning in a 300 degree F (150 degree C) oven.
  • Allow 30 minutes or so to warm a frozen coffeecake, and 10 to 20 minutes for muffins.

Great Bread Recipes:


Pies for Christmas!

Pie for breakfast? Oh yeah! Most baked pies can be frozen for up to 6 months. Pumpkin pies should be enjoyed within six weeks.

A few important notes for making pies to freeze:

  • Brush the bottom crust with melted shortening before filling; bake as directed. When completely cooled, seal well with plastic wrap or foil.
  • To defrost, pop the frozen pie into a preheated 375 degree F (109 degree C) oven for about 45 minutes.

Fantastic Pie Recipes:


Special Christmas Flavours:

Can't get enough eggnog, gingerbread, peppermint, or pumpkin during the holidays? Serve up these delightful seasonal favorites:

Great Pancake, Waffle, and Toast Recipes:


Hot Drinks!

Don't forget the candy cane cocoa!

Mouthwatering and Hit Hot Cocoa, Latte, and Mocha recipes!


All these recipes have been collected from my favorite site at I have liked this site so much that I keep promoting their links and recipes to my readers so that they too may enjoy the wonderful recipes that they post. Have a great time. Merry Christmas.

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