Thursday, December 17, 2009

just asking...

What do you eat for Christmas morning? I need some ideas. Some really, really good ideas.

Christmas eve is covered. But I've never needed a morning plan.

And this year, Santa's coming to my house. And he's got to bring the eats for the in-laws.

So give me ideas and help get me to work.

Photo via Beverly & Pack

9 comments:

Clin A. Eaton said...

Fudge. And Candy Canes. Candy canes and fudge. And maybe some egg nog. With the fudge.

Mary said...

Ditto on the eggnog ... although my friend drinks it hot. With peppermint inside. Might be worth trying.

My mom makes cinnamon rolls sometimes. Other times she just let us eat our stocking treats. Sausage is always a hit. Oooh, biscuits and gravy?

Megara said...

My mom makes these Bran muffins that are heavenly, even Elyza really likes them. And we have eggs and bacon or whatnot. My Aunt makes this really yummy breakfast casserole that is pretty easy too, and then you have everything in one shot, and I am pretty sure she makes it the day before then cooks it in the morning.

Bradley Moss said...

Santa always leaves each of us a box of cold cereal that we eat for breakfast (when I was younger it was the only sugar cereal we ever had - my kids are so spoiled it's nothing new to them). But last year we made monkey bread and I hope to do that again this year...very yummy and super easy to do! We can share the recipe if you want. And of course no winter breakfast is complete with hot cocoa.

Allison Nelson said...

Egg burritoes with fruit smoothies. Pretty easy assembly, actually. Freeze fruit chunks a couple of nights before, then just blend them with yogurt. Healthy too. Egg burritoes custom made - whatever you like in 'em.

Amanda said...

We are trying out a Creme Brulee french toast recipe that came highly recommended from Brent's sister. You make it the night before and then just pop it in the oven Christmas morning. Add a cup of hot chocolate and some fresh fruit and then we can commence with the presents. I get the recipe if you want it.

kristy said...

we always have sticky buns (super easy, yummy recipe if you want it) and scrambled eggs.

alanaeaton said...

At our house we have cold cereal or toast with peanut butter--so there's no pressure for the in-laws. We are just excited to spend Christmas with you!

Cassandra Nelson said...

My mama did Breakfast cake (like coffee cake but betta), fluffy, cheesy scrambled eggs, fried hashbrown potatoes & maybe some bacon or sausage if you're feeling really ambitious. (The cake's good b/c you can prepare it the night before and just throw it in the over Christmas mornin')