A holiday breakfast is often just a little more special than a normal weekend breakfast. You may not want to make a time consuming or labor intensive breakfast. Here are 9 breakfast ideas that are stress free and delicious perfect for any holiday.
Soft and fluffy brown sugar and cinnamon crusted French toast with sweet maple almond syrup from Saporito Kitchen is full of holiday flavors. Make the sweet maple almond syrup in advance and the French comes together quickly. It serves six people but could be easily adjusted.
Setting up a breakfast bar is a great idea. Make blueberry cream cheese muffins from Crazy for Crust the night before. Include fresh fruit, yogurt with mixed toppings, bagels, croissant and muffins. Your guests can then just serve themselves. Don’t forget an assortment of juices and coffee.
Cherry streusel coffee cake from Desserts by Juliette brings a festive look to your morning. The red of the cherry swirl and the delicate crumb are a delicious combination.
If you live in an especially cold climate, apple pie steel cut oatmeal is a hearty breakfast sure to warm you up. Cooking with Carlee gives a great tip to shorten the cooking time. You’ll not only have a satisfying breakfast but I bet the house will smell wonderful.
Soft, gooey and filled with cinnamon Baker Bettie makes a overnight cinnamon rolls that you’ll be happy to wake up to. Covered in cream cheese icing they are sure to be a hit on a busy holiday morning.
A Dutch baby pancake is a puffed pancake baked in a skillet. That Skinny Chick Can Bake seems to have perfected hers in the best Dutch baby pancake. Top with seasonal berries and a bit of whipped cream.
Let your slow cooker do the work when you make this crockpot raspberry chocolate chip french toast casserole from Savory Nothings. It only takes 2 hours on high so you can do the prep work the night before and set it to cook in the morning.
Easy coffee cake from My Wife Can Cook really is easy. It starts with a cake mix making it a perfect choice for a special occasion. Just look at the topping on the cake. You know you can’t go wrong.
If traditional pancakes are your favorite blueberry buttermilk pancakes fit the bill. Fluffy and delicious from The Kitchen Flamingo. Keep them warm in a low temperature oven so everyone can eat together.
As you can see it doesn’t take much effort to make a breakfast special for a special occasion or holiday. Your family or guests will certainly appreciate it.