5 Holiday-Themed Breakfast Ideas

To busy moms, it seems like the clock ticks faster than usual during the month of December. If only time would give us an extra hour each day to get the shopping done, hang up the decorations and cook a heavenly dinner for the in-laws. But once the dinners are cooked and the kitchens cleaned, the next morning moms have to figure out what to make for breakfast and the challenge is to keep the holiday spirit going from morning to evening. Fortunately, we’ve got a few ideas holiday-themed breakfast ideas to help start the family’s day in a festive spirit.

Christmas Breakfast Casserole

Red and green are the undisputed colors of Christmas; Santa wears a red suit and Christmas trees are green. What if we said you could create a red and green casserole? The main ingredients are eggs (we recommend the pasture-raised Chino Valley Ranchers variety for a brighter orange pop of color), tater tots, ham, bacom, cheese and red and green bell peppers.

Check out the full recipe here

Pepper, Shallot and Mushroom Frittata

A frittata sounds so fancy, yet making it is just about as simple as making an omelette. The main ingredients in this delicious and festive frittata are shiitake mushrooms, shallots, eggs, cheese and bell peppers.

Check out the full recipe here.

Mock Cheese Soufflé

Impress your family with a mock cheese souffé for breakfast. They’ll be amazed at all the work you must’ve done to whip up this fancy dish. But we promise not to tell them how simple it really is to make. Our lips are sealed!

Check out the full recipe here.

Bacon, Egg and Cheese Crescent Rolls

Since you’ve already done so much cooking this holiday season, we suggest you invite the kiddos in to help craft these bacon, egg and cheese crescent rolls. Simply roll them up the night before and pop them into the oven in the morning. 

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Broccoli, Tomato and Ham Quiche

The final recipe comes in two Christmas colors — can you guess which ones? This time you’ll need broccoli, red tomatoes, and ham to create this festive-looking breakfast dish.

Check out the full recipe here.  

From our family to yours, we wish you and your loved ones a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!