Friday, July 3, 2015

5 breakfast treats festive enough for Christmas morning

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In my house, we begin our Christmas morning with gift giving.  Since my family tends to go overboard with far to many gifts, we must a break around 11am for a festive holiday brunch treat.  Every year I tend to make something a little different for my family.  Today I’m sharing my family’s favorite Breakfast Treats That Are Festive Enough for Christmas Morning.  My all-time-favorite holiday breakfast treat is the one pictured above and the first one listed below.

Creme Brulee French Toast (pictured above):  I could honestly eat WAY too much of this Creme Brulee- style French Toast all in one sitting.  It’s completely impressive and worthy of sharing with family.

Candy Cane Coffee Cake:  I made this for a ladies holiday luncheon one year- this candy cane shaped pastry with raspberry filling- and it was the hit of the party!

Buffet Breakfast Casserole:  This recipe has been in my family for a very long time.  It’s a great breakfast casserole to make when you need to feed a lot of hungry people.

Grandma Billie’s Cinnamon Rolls:  My Grandmother used to make so many of these cinnamon rolls on Christmas morning that they covered all of the counters in her kitchen.  Lucky for me, I have her recipe!

Classic Crumb Cake:  And finally… this cake is truly a decadent treat that is worthy of sharing on Christmas morning!

Lori Lange is a former elementary school teacher who founded RecipeGirl.com in 2006. The Recipe Girl Cookbook is in stores now; you can watch a trailer for it here. Her 12-year-old son Brooks has his own blog at RecipeBoy.com.

Lori Lange
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