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After gifts are opened, sit down to a delicious Christmas brunch the whole family will love. These delicious brunch recipes, including Christmas breakfast casseroles, cinnamon rolls, and pastries, are sure to make your Christmas morning memorable. Bonus: Almost all of these breakfast recipes are easy to make ahead.
The rich filling of mascarpone, cream cheese, and sugared nuts in this breakfast recipe captures the true spirit of the holidays -- it's slightly over the top and will make the day feel oh, so special. Prepare it the night before for a make-ahead morning meal.
Lightly nutty Manchego cheese and lush cherries fill these scones for a totally irresistable combination of savory and sweet. Offer a bowl of cherry jam for guests to slather over their scones on Christmas morning.
Sweet ribbons of caramelized onions contrast with salty bacon and creamy Muenster in this holiday-worthy breakfast bake. (Don't be surprised when this dish is requested again for New Year's brunch!)
Flaky, gooey, and with just a little mustardy zing, these savory slab pies will be a hit around your holiday breakfast table. And if you're a devotee of careful holiday planning, these easy-to-make pies are right up your alley: They store beautifully in your freezer up to two months in advance!
Spice up your holiday brunch with this pepper-and-onion-packed strata. Savory chorizo and peppery poblanos give this breakfast casserole a touch of heat, while a snowfall of salty queso fresco adds cool contrast.
For brunch guests with a sweet tooth, these gooey caramel rolls will hit the spot. Honey-roasted nuts add a bit of crunch to every bite.
You can use any type of mushroom you like in this creamy, bacon-studded quiche -- or for extra savory flavor, use a variety of mushrooms! We love baking this dish on Christmas Eve, then warming it in the oven before serving the next morning.
This zesty breakfast casserole is full of crowd-pleasing ingredients, including English muffins, chile peppers, olives, and ham. Plus, it can be made a day in advance and popped in the oven Christmas morning for a stress-free breakfast.
Impress holiday guests with an easy breakfast recipe that has all the wow factor of homemade eggs benedict and none of the fuss. It takes less than a half-hour to bake, and much of the preparation can be done the day before.
White cheddar, provolone, feta, and Parmesan form a melty binding for layers of garlic focaccia bread and sauteed zucchini. But the best part? You can prep this savory strata the night before, then pop it in the oven while you're opening presents.
Roasting your bananas before adding them to your banana bread batter adds natural sugars and distinctive flavor to this classic breakfast treat. Watch our video to learn the easy technique!
This hearty Christmas breakfast recipe features smoky bacon, fresh tomatoes, broccoli, and potatoes for a holiday-worthy breakfast casserole. Slash prep time by using a food processor or mandoline to slice the potatoes.
This brunch recipe puts a fresh twist bagels and lox. Chives, melty Swiss cheese, and eggs give this comforting casserole a whole new taste.
Christmas brunch guests will love sinking their teeth into these flaky fruit pastries. Full of blueberries, cream cheese, vanilla, and lemon juice, they're a tasty treat for any holiday gathering.
Surprising ingredients -- orange spice tea, dried cherries, and chopped persimmons -- turn bread pudding into a special holiday treat. And because it serves 12 and is ready in just an hour, this recipe is perfect for overnight guests.