Start a new tradition this Christmas with our delicious (and easy) breakfast menu
Before you tear open the presents under the tree, have some family time with a simple Christmas morning breakfast. Treat your family to a rich yogurt parfait, winter fruit salad and hearty breakfast casserole without a lot of work using our easy, make-ahead recipes.
Cost per serving: $1.56
Make this spicy, gingerbread granola ahead of time; it keeps for up to two weeks in an airtight container and helps bring some seasonal flavor all throughout the holidays.
Recipe: Gingerbread Granola–Yogurt Parfaits
Cost per serving: $1.21
Make breakfast extra-special with this sweet recipe that will have your family running to the table.
See recipe: Overnight Peaches-and-Cream French Toast
Cost per serving: $1.83
Give this salad a tropical flair by adding sliced mango or papaya and sprinkling with toasted coconut.
Recipe: Winter Fruit Salad
Cost per serving: $1.67
This versatile breakfast casserole works well with any combination of veggies. If your family likes a spicy kick, finely dice a jalapeño and sauté it with the scallions. Remove the seeds, though, or it will be too hot.
Recipe: Vegetable-Cheddar Strata
Cost per Serving: $.88
This is a fun twist on eggs and toast. Let everyone personalize their breadbowl by choosing their own herbs. You can even add vegetables and proteins, like an omelet, to give it more flavor.
See recipe: Baked Eggs in Bread Bowls
Bake this brown sugar and black pepper coated bacon in the oven the night before. Come Christmas morning, all you'll have
to do is reheat it in batches.
Recipe: Sweet and Peppery Bacon
Cost per serving: $1.29
The addition of ginger ale and club soda gives this punch it's sparkle.
Recipe: Sparkling Breakfast Punch
Cost per serving: 98¢
Bake the cake a day ahead. Wrap and keep at room temperature, then glaze just before serving.
Recipe: Cranberry-Orange Coffee Cake