Easy, delicious, and can be made ahead! These recipes are perfect for all your holiday breakfast and brunch celebrations.
We love a special breakfast or brunch to celebrate Christmas morning. I know I will be making the Quiche Lorraine (along with some sweet treats) for our family.
We've rounded up our favorite, holiday-worthy, breakfast and brunch recipes. If your family is looking for a new favorite, this post is for you! There are muffins and scones, cinnamon rolls, quiches, french toast and more. Enjoy!
Classic Quiche Lorraine with Prosciutto
This super easy Classic Quiche Lorraine with its creamy, tender custard filling, ribbons of thinly sliced prosciutto and crisp, flaky super-easy crust is perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner and makes fabulous leftovers! The crust is a refrigerated store-bought crust but we include a few tricks to make it look and taste like homemade, no blind baking needed!
Eggnog Crumble Muffins (with gluten-free option)
If you're an eggnog fan and you enjoy moist, tender-crumbed muffins topped with a mountain of buttery crumbs, you're going to flip over these delicious Eggnog Crumble Muffins!
Maple-Glazed Cranberry Pecan Bran Muffins
These Maple-Glazed Cranberry Pecan Bran Muffins are not only healthy and filling, they're SO delicious, you'll find yourself making them again and again! And it doesn't hurt that they come together quickly with one bowl and no mixer needed!
Overnight Easy Cinnamon Rolls
Make these delicious, easy cinnamon rolls at night (20 minutes) and wake your guests to a heavenly aroma no one will be able to resist!
Cinnamon Apple French Toast Casserole
You're going to love this crazy delicious overnight French Toast casserole. Prep it the night before and in the morning, breakfast is easy peasy!
Gingerbread Morning Glory Muffins
Perfect for breakfast, brunch and snacking, these delicious, healthy muffins with lots of gingerbread flavor are always a crowd pleaser.
Bread Basket Baked Eggs
Easy enough for weekdays, these delicious eggs are also great for brunch get-togethers. The best part? Most of the prep work can be done in advance!
Best Ever Pancakes (with Greek yogurt)
This Best Ever Pancakes recipe employs Greek yogurt to make light, tender, super pancakes! Make the batter the night before for an easy breakfast!
Ridiculously Easy Orange Cranberry Scones
These Easy Orange Cranberry Scones are melt-in-your-mouth delicious and can be made ahead. Pop them in the oven just before serving, for easy entertaining!
Ridiculously Easy Sticky Pecan Rolls
Oh my! These Ridiculously Easy Sticky Pecan Rolls taste like they are a labor of love from a fine, fancy bakery but they come together quickly with the convenience of frozen puff pastry.
Italian Polenta Breakfast Casserole
A delicious breakfast/brunch option that's easy to put together and prep ahead, this Italian Polenta Breakfast Casserole is loaded with flavor and makes a great dinner entree too!
Ridiculously Easy Buttermilk Biscuits
These tall, flaky, Ridiculously Easy Buttermilk Biscuits take less than 10 minutes to throw together. They're also ridiculously delicious!
Butternut Bacon Spinach Quiche
Looking for a delicious way to celebrate fall? This Butternut Bacon Spinach Quiche is so easy (with a store-bought crust and no parbaking) and is perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner!
Ridiculously Easy Snickerdoodle Scones
These Snickerdoodle Scones are kissin' cousins to the beloved classic cookies with soft buttery insides and crisp cinnamon-sugar exteriors! They're ridiculously easy to put together and ridiculously delicious!
Maple Banana Walnut Coffee Cake with Caramel Glaze
This Maple Walnut Banana Coffee Cake will be the shining star of any breakfast or brunch buffet. It comes together easily, no mixer needed!
Thought for the day:
May the God of hope
fill you with all joy and peace
as you trust in Him,
so that you may overflow with hope
by the power of the Holy Spirit.
What we're listening to for inspiration:
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