Don’t slave away in the kitchen and miss out on the memories. Wake up this Christmas morning with a breakfast that is ready to go. Give yourself the gift of a relaxing morning with our make-ahead holiday breakfast ideas.
Baked Cranberry Eggnog Croissant French Toast (exclusive to The Good Stuff!)
- 8 mini croissants
- 2 cups eggnog
- 6 eggs
- 2 teaspoon vanilla
- 2 teaspoons bourbon
- 1 cup cranberries
Slice croissants in half and layer in a casserole dish. In a bowl mix together eggnog, eggs, vanilla, bourbon and cranberries. Pour over croissants, cover and refrigerate overnight. Bake at 350 for 30 minutes covered. Remove foil and cook 10 more minutes.
Gluten Free Breakfast Casserole
Source: Iowa Girl Eats
These days it is good to have a gluten free casserole to offer your guests. Made with hash browns instead of bread it will satisfy all your guests.
Sweet Potato Oatmeal Breakfast Casserole
Source: Oh She Glows
Our southern influenced casserole mixes sweet potato with oatmeal for a hearty breakfast casserole.
Slow Cooker Sausage Breakfast Casserole
Source: Six Sisters’ Stuff
Before you go to bed, layer all the ingredients in your slow cooker. It was cook while you sleep!
Blueberry Oatmeal Muffins
Source: Betty Crocker
Bake a batch of these oatmeal meets muffins and reheat in the microwave. You can even freeze these ahead of time.
Make Ahead Breakfast Pizzas
Source: Modern Mrs. Cleaver
These english muffin based pizzas are baked and then frozen. Pull them out and reheat in the oven. Make some with veggies and others with sausage so you will have a variety to offer your guests.
The McMum Sandwich
Source: Julie Loves Home
Bake these eggs in muffin tins the day before. Heat and serve on muffins or toast for at home breakfast sandwiches.
Apple Berry Crisp Breakfast Quinoa Bowl
Source: Cook The Story
These apple berry quinoa bowls are a healthy and hearty way to start the holidays. Packed with protein and fruit to power up for present opening.
Baked Blackberry Oatmeal
Source: Passports and Pancakes
Bake a batch of oatmeal the day before. Guests can cut and reheat when they are ready for breakfast. Serve with yogurt and fresh berries.
Make Ahead Breakfast Quiche
Source: Real Food By Dad
Quiche is better the next day. Make ahead of time and reheat in the morning. Buy a pre-made pie shell to save time.