What to eat Christmas morning

What to eat Christmas morning

Ah, Christmas morning. Nothing is like it.

And the possibilities are endless, but there are a few rules. A Christmas brunch needs equal parts sweet and savory. And plenty of coffee, of course! I pulled together a few ideas for your best Christmas morning yet. Keep scrolling!


1 / Baked eggs with spinach, ricotta, leek and chargrilled pepper via Top With Cinnamon

2 / Baked ham and cheese breakfast sandwiches via Sprig and Flours

3 / Maple-candied bacon via The Clever Carrot

4 / Citrus fennel and avocado salad via FoodieCrush

5 / Crispy roasted potatoes with rosemary via Williams-Sonoma

6 / Quick balsamic fig, roasted tomato and burrata cheese tarts via Half Baked Harvest


1 / Chai french toast via Camille Styles

2 / Grapefruit and earl grey bread via Kale & Caramel

3 / Toast with peaches, tahini and honey via Tending the Table

4 / Pumpkin pancakes, salted caramel and pecans via On The Plate

5 / Quick pumpkin cinnamon rolls via Dessert for Two

6 / Raspberry chia jam via A House in the Hills


1 / Golden milk cocoa via Local Milk

2 / Creamy matcha and moringa latte via The Green Life

3 / Black sesame cappuccino via Golubka Kitchen

4 / Maca cacao hot chocolate via Love & Lemons

5 / Sweet potato pie smoothie via The Little Plantation

6 / Rejuvenating citrus juice via Dolly and Oatmeal

Tips for an amazing Christmas morning breakfast

1 / Get the coffee brewed first. Priorities, guys!

2 / Prep as much as possible the night before. Ideally you don't want to cook anything from scratch the morning of.

3 / Don't make everything from scratch, duh. The last thing you want is to stress out Christmas morning. So do a bit of homemade and store-bought to keep it easy.

4 / And finally, don't feel the need to make it perfect! Christmas morning is for family, not Instagram. Always remember that.

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