Gifts under the Christmas tree are not the only things that people await eagerly on a chilly Christmas morning. After opening the gifts with children, a brunch with the whole family is something that everyone looks forward to.
Serve a decadent brunch this Christmas with these 25 recipes. We have included some out of the box recipes like Cheesy Shrimp and Grits Banh Mi in a Waffle Cone, Tostadas With Cumin-Roasted Potato and classics like cinnamon rolls and ham and cheese casserole.
Crispy Coconut Chicken
a wonderful chicken dish. Make it Here
Smoked Salmon Quiche:
Here’s a scrumptious salmon quiche recipe for you. The crust is smooth and tender, all because of the thawed puff pastry. And the custard is creamy and light, not too domineering. You can even go for goat’s cheese if you want. Serve it with fresh fruit or salad for a complete meal.
Spicy Black Bean Breakfast Burger:
If you are organizing a brunch for children, then here’s a protein packed brunch recipe for you. And the best part is that it’s meatless. Even the seasoning is balanced, neither being too hot, not too bland. Serve some scrambled eggs, sun-dried tomatoes, and cheese on too and you’re good to go.
Yogurt Creme Brulee:
This dish combines the best of a classic breakfast with a luxurious dessert. We’re sure that it will make a special brunch treat.
Egg Muffin Cups:
We’ve also got you the recipe for nutritious egg muffins filled with veggies, and of course, eggs. You do not need to include the same vegetables. You can add any vegetable you can lay your hands on.
Tantalize the taste buds of your guests with this delicious cinnamon rolls. Made with just a handful of ingredients, these cinnamon rolls are sure to delight your friends and family.
Baked Egg Boat:
This recipe is one of our favorites. It looks appealing, tastes great and is really filling. You don’t even need to wait for Christmas to make these boats. They are great any time of the day, be it lunch, dinner or brunch.
Baked Eggs With Spinach And Cream:
Do you want to make something creamy and delicious for your kids for the breakfast for Christmas morning? Then here’s a perfect recipe for you. Ensure that you use baby spinach for this recipe, as the leaves are delicate and have a slightly sweet flavor.
Ham And Cheese Casserole:
Ham And Cheese Casserole by Show Me the Yummy is cozy, delicious, and full of cheese, which will bring back the memories of childhood. We’d suggest you to assemble the casserole the night before so that you just have to pop in the oven on the Christmas morning.
Tostadas With Cumin-Roasted Potato:
Here’s a recipe of tasty breakfast tostadas with cumin-roasted potatoes. The blogger has used tacos, but you can use Portobello mushroom for a different taste.
Easy Buffalo Chicken Avocado Wrap:
Here’s a spicy chicken wrap recipe packed with chicken and loads of veggies.
Cinnamon Crunch Bread Pudding:
Wake up on the Christmas Day to this sweet bread pudding made from the last bit of cinnamon crunch bread. The cinnamon crunch topping on it is yummy. Don’t have cinnamon bread around? Don’t worry! This pudding can be made with any stale bread. But make sure you sprinkle the cinnamon crunch mixture on top.
Brown Butter Glazed Apple Pie Scones:
Here’s the recipe for yummy glazed apple pie scones, Make sure you rest the scones for 10 minutes so that the texture settles. You’ll get a creamy and delightful burst of flavor with every bite.
Stuffed French Toast:
Here’s a recipe for healthy and cereal crusted French toast stuffed with guava, strawberries, and cheese. It’s creamy, fluffy on the inside, and crispy on the outside. And the guava sauce drizzled on top is just mind blowing.
Strawberry Cheesecake Pancake:
If you are hosting a sweet celebration brunch, then cheesecake pancake will make a perfect addition. And the idea itself is novel. We never thought that mixing chunks of cheesecake in the pancake batter would give rise to such an incredible dish.
Hot Cocoa With Meringue:
Make a steaming cup of classic hot cocoa, but with a twist for the Christmas brunch. The meringues are definitely a fresh break from regular marshmallows. The crispy exterior of meringues, when dipped in hot chocolate, turns soft and delicate in seconds. You can even give out hot cocoa mix jars as gifts.
Nectarine & Almond Streusel Baked French Toast Casserole:
Here’s a delicious holiday cake that is more or less a staple of Christmas brunches. The nectarine, nuts make this rich dish just right for special occasions. You can even prepare this cake a night before the big day, leaving you free for other preparations.
Summer Berry Danish Braid:
Brunch is the perfect excuse to have dessert for breakfast. So we’ve got you the recipe of Summer Berry Danish Braid that is sure to impress everyone. The blogger has not used frozen puffed pastry. Instead, she has used the homemade dough with yeast and loads of butter. It takes a bit more time and effort, but the difference is definitely noticeable.
Vegan Pumpkin Muffins:
Do you have vegan guests coming for brunch on Christmas? Then we got a recipe for them too! Made with whole-wheat flour, these muffins are nutritious and are sweetened with maple syrup. Besides, these muffins are simple enough to make them children. And it will keep them occupied too!
Ham and Smoked Gouda Grilled Cheese Breakfast Sandwich:
No, no, no, that’s no ordinary sandwich. This sandwich is full of flavor, all thanks to the smoked gouda. Well, the cheese is regular gouda, but gets its smoky flavor from Hickory wood chips. And the soft cheese melts in the mouth like a dream. You can make the preliminary preparations beforehand so that just assembling is left for the morning.
Mini Caramelized Onion, Mushroom, And Apple Tarts:
This mini, caramelized tart studded with goat cheese, mushrooms and apples taste super. Now that we are talking about tarts, we’d suggest you invest in a tart temper. It will fit dough rounds into the pan quickly.
Citrus And Braised Baby Beets Salad:
We’re sure you must have seen several variations of citrus salad, but this one is different. Yes, it really is. This salad has mint, dates, chilies and baby beets. It will refresh your guests. Quick tip- Before adding beets to the salad, we’d advise you to braise them. Beets soak up the braising liquid, making them flavorful.
Chocolate Chip Banana Bread:
Your family will rise, shine and dine when they smell this delicious bread baking in the oven. Yogurt and chocolate add a festive flavor, and the cranberries add a tart note to this delicious bread. This bread will make great gifts too. You can even make muffins from the batter.
There is something about waking up to the smell of warm coffee cake. This coffee cake from Show Me the Yummy is dense, warm and has a bit of a glaze too. Top if off with caramel for an extra taste.
Cheesy Shrimp and Grits Banh Mi in a Waffle Cone:
Cheesy shrimp and grits is a favorite of many, but cheese grits in a cone, that too paired with a slice of grilled pork? No, don’t scroll down. The recipe may sound a bit outlandish, but tastes yum. The crunch from fresh vegetables makes a sweet music and the garlic sauce give a punch of taste. You can use the filling for making a sandwich too. Baguette bread will be the best pick.
This one looks yum! And filling too! Prepare this burrito ahead of time or a day before and store in the refrigerator. Baking won’t take more than 10 to 15 minutes.
What are you planning to prepare for the Christmas brunch? Share your recipes with us by commenting below!