Instead, I'm going to offer you some Christmas breakfast recipe ideas that Stir It Up! has collected over the years. After all, a warm breakfast is a nice way to start the day (or take a break from opening presents if you start early).
Popovers make a perfect Christmas morning breakfast paired with a hot drink.
Make the batter a day or two ahead, then simply scoop them out in the morning and bake. The deep ginger and molasses flavor sings of Christmas and the tart, sweet cranberries add to the festive flavor.
Delicious fresh cranberry scones with a zesty lemon icing.
Pumpkin cranberry scones with orange zest icing made with self-rising flour and pumpkin pie filling are easy to make.
These scones can be made in the food processor, and come out moist and sturdy. Use the dough as a template and add your choice of dried fruit and spices.
Dried cherries, pecans and orange zest and juice flavor this not-too-sweet cake, perfect for a holiday breakfast or with coffee and tea.
Baking cinnamon rolls is the perfect holiday morning activity. These indulgent soft rolls are made sweet with maple syrup substituting for regular sugar.
A festive one-dish brunch that's easy to make and will feed a crowd.
Flaky and cheesy biscuits packed with savory pockets of mushroom are delicious straight out of the oven.
Twice-baked biscotti is a classic Christmas treat.
A delicious one-skillet recipe that will please anyone when sprinkled with a squeeze of lemon and powdered sugar.
Christmas flavors may be in full swing, but it doesn't have to be the end for pumpkin. Put lingering cans of pumpkin puree to good use with this waffle recipe.
French toast meets bread pudding in this breakfast recipe. Sprinkle in a layer of chopped pecans, brown sugar, cinnamon, and nutmeg and then serve with maple syrup.
A festive baked fruit casserole with Biscoff cookies that can be served up for Christmas brunch.
A bowl of bright fruit salad will add a refreshing taste to your Christmas buffet.