Are you hosting your family for breakfast or brunch on Christmas morning? Have you got little ones and they get up at the crack of dawn on Christmas morning? Need something to fill their little bellies before Christmas lunch?
Yummy Christmas breakfast food kids will love that you can make with the tribes or make yourself and the kids will find them fun and yummy and without a doubt they will clean their plates.
I love it when the kids wake up early on Christmas morning hearing the whispered and the pitter patter of tiny little feet heading into the kitchen. Tummies rumbling and excitement in the air. Fun Christmas breakfast is one of the highlights for us as we all get to join in this family tradition.
The Grandparents usually stay over so they are up early to see the kids and celebrate this wonderful day with us. We usually don’t plan what we are going to have we just decide in the morning with what we feel like. psst it is usually pancakes or waffles but sometimes it is healthy yummy fruit as my son is a huge fan of fruit.
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Fruits Christmas Tree Breakfast
So you can start out healthy with fruit and veges if you like, these Kiwi Fruit and raspberry Christmas tree looks so delicious and yes very healthy
This Strawberry and raspberry tree looks so scrumptious I could eat this right now. What a fabulous way to show case fruit and this will appeal to the kids for sure.
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I think these Santa pancakes will be a real hit with my kids as they are just adorable, I think they are so easy to make as well as you only need one medium to big pancake and then cut strawberries in flat slices. Pipe some cream for beard, on the strawberries for the hat. Add eyes and nose and there you have it.
Reindeer Pancakes – Rudolph
If pancakes are a winner in your house then your little ones are going to love this one as we all love Rudolph the red nosed reindeer and a little bit of bacon.
Another really easy breakfast and we know most kids love pancakes so to make them into animals and creatures sure puts some fun into it. You will need 3 small pancakes, blueberries, pretzel sticks/ marshmallows and strawberries OMG so easy and so cute.
If you were as lucky as my daughter and got a waffle maker from Santa Claus then you might be in luck with having these Santa waffles for breakfast.
Porridge is a favorite in our household during the colder months so this will be a hit for sure. Looks so cute you could eat it.
Rudolph Red Nosed Reindeer Porridge
How adorable is this bowl of porridge looks like Rudolph the red nosed reindeer.
Christmas Breakfast Toast
Christmas breakfast: toast with scrambled eggs in the shape of Christmas trees and stars. Really easy and quite healthy good start to the day
Reindeer Peanut Butter Toast
Just want simple peanut butter on toast for Christmas breakfast, then why not make it a little fancy by adding Strawberries and blueberries and there you have Rudolph the red nosed reindeer.
Christmas Breakfast different from other days
What can I feed my child for Breakfast on Christmas morning? Well this is really up to you, but as it is a very special occasion then something a little different would be lovely for the kids.
Make them something they are going to eat as you do not want to spend all your time in the kitchen, you want to be out enjoying the festivities with everyone else.
Get everyone involved, if they want a fun yummy breakfast then let them help. Let them be involved crank the music up dance around have fun and make this a memory forever.
Show some pictures from Pinterest if you have some handy and ask them to choose between toast or pancakes, or waffles and eggs give them the choice but don’t end up spending all day in the kitchen. You want to get out near the tree and start unwrapping your own gifts.
So no matter what Christmas breakfast you decide on, have fun making it involve everyone, dance like no one is watching, sing like no one is listening and laugh like you have never laughed before.
Christmas is a time for family so enjoy the festivities and your family. Oh and your yummy Christmas Breakfast.