50+ Christmas Breakfast Recipes that use all your favorite Christmas flavors and ingredients – gingerbread, cranberries, cinnamon, eggnog, chestnuts and more.
Breakfast and Brunch Recipes for Christmas Morning
Looking for the perfect Christmas morning breakfast?
This Simple Lacinato Kale Salad with Walnuts, Bacon, and Lemon Dressing is packed full of vitamins, minerals and nutrients for a super food brunch.
A Savory Bread Pudding recipe with the classic ham and cheese combination. A beautiful and hearty brunch, but also great for any meal. Perfect for a crowd.
Time for a chestnut recipe! Bring on the holiday cheer with this Four Ingredient Chestnut Smoothie recipe! It will leave a taste of Christmas in your mouth. (Plus, it’s quick and simple to make during the busy holiday season.)
You’ll love this Eggnog Rice Pudding with Chocolate Drizzle if you are looking for a leftover eggnog recipe. Make this eggnog breakfast to get in the holiday spirit, or make it with leftover eggnog. This Eggnog Rice Pudding will warm you up on a cold winter morning. Perfect for Christmas breakfast.
This Peppermint Mocha Puppuccino is a pet-friendly version of the favorite holiday drink. Made with goat’s milk, peppermint and carob (caffeine-free). I like to savor my coffees, one sip at a time. Kili, on the other hand, didn’t stop lapping until she was at the bottom of her mug.
Cinnamon Toast with Cereal Milk brings back familiar flavors from my childhood. It turns my childhood favorite cereal, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, into an “adult” breakfast! Cinnamon Toast and Cereal Milk are both incredibly easy to make, and it’s easy to make this recipe for a group.
This overnight Baked Gingerbread French Toast is a special treat for the Christmas breakfast. Prepare it the night before and simply pop it in the oven the next morning. It will fill your kitchen with the scent of warm spices.
These Medjool Date and Orange Scones are soft, buttery and full of autumn spices. There is tang from the orange, sweetness from the medjool dates and a crunchy top of glistening sugar. You’ll definitely want one of these with your morning cup of coffee!
These big puffy cinnamon rolls will fill your entire kitchen (and beyond) with a drool-inducing cinnamon sweetness. I like to think of these cinnamon rolls as a cross between the soft gooey ones from the US that are covered in icing, and the more pastry-like ones I find in Europe merely sprinkled with cinnamon sugar. They are the best of both worlds.
Croissant Bread Pudding with Almond Butter Drizzle is decadent, simple, and a real crowd pleaser for breakfast and brunch! By using croissants as starting blocks, reducing the sugar from traditional bread puddings, and topping it with almond butter, this “dessert” has been repurposed to a delicious breakfast and brunch dish!
Good morning! We have a guest blogger on The Worktop today! Jess from The Wandering Fig is sharing with us a bit about mornings on her worktop. She’s also made some Orange Pecan Baked French Toast, and it looks delicious! You can find her recipe below. I host guest posts on The Worktop to introduce you to other…