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Welcome back to another Weekend Bites! This week featuring Christmas breakfast ideas.
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Wow, Christmas is coming up fast. I keep thinking I have more time to prep everything – shop, wrap, mail, bake – but then I realize I don’t. It could possibly be because I just got around to changing our November calendar out to December… I digress. One of my favorite traditions, and fond memories from childhood, was our Christmas breakfast. The rest of the day we pretty much snacked on whatever, ate candy and oranges from our stocking, but not for Breakfast. No, my dad always made us his dutch poffertjes. I try to do the same for my kids, but we also mix in Mark’s childhood breakfast of Christmas Crunch.
Do you have a traditional Christmas breakfast, or does it change every year? If you’re looking for something new, I’d suggest one of these delicious looking recipes from last week’s party. Who doesn’t love bread first thing in the morning covered in a glaze?
Christmas Breakfast Features
Maple Bacon Cinnamon Rolls
Pink Heels Pink Truck
The Bitter Side of Sweet
Homemade Cinnamon Rolls
The Turquoise Home
Granny’s Orange Rolls
And a little extra treat for those who don’t like quite so much sweetness on a day filled with more sugar. Check out these Classic Scones from The Kittchen
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