Do-Ahead Christmas Breakfast

Do-Ahead Christmas Breakfast

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Faith Durand
Dec 22, 2006
Christmas breakfast is a wonderful meal, especially if it's done ahead of time! I have good memories of digging into hot cinnamon rolls and strong black coffee as I watched my siblings open gifts. Here's a few more ideas for Christmas breakfast dishes that can be prepared ahead of time and still served piping-hot on Christmas morning.

Deep-Dish Brioche French Toast, from Leite's Culinaria. This French toast can be made the night before and baked in the morning. It's rich, cinnamon-y and gooey-delicious.

Almond croissants, from Chocolate and Zucchini. This recipe uses day-old bakery croissants. They can be filled and glazed ahead, and then popped into the oven in the morning. These are also very rich and sweet, with a crispy sugar-glazed top. My favorite!

Crockpot Ham and Egg Casserole, from About.com. This sounded scary at first, but after I read it I was intrigued. With good ham, a mix of cheeses, and the fluffiness of slow-cooked eggs it could be really good.

Easy Crepes, from Epicurious. Crepes can be made ahead of time and stored, well-wrapped, in the fridge for a day or the freezer for longer. Set out jam, mascarpone, yogurt, whipped cream, or fresh fruit to roll up in the crepes for a lighter Christmas breakfast.

Any other ideas?

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