I’m looking for recipe suggestions that we could make for breakfast Christmas morning – either overnight in the crockpot, or something that you prepare and keep in the fridge and then bake in the oven when you get up.
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Any ideas? Lend me your tried and true recipes, please?
Oh, DEFINITELY try this one:
Make it the night before, throw in whatever ingredients you have, then bake it up when you’re ready. We do it every year on Xmas morning!
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we LOVE crockpot oatmeal. 1 cup steel cut oats, 4 cups water, cook on low overnight (8 hours or so). then add whatever you like. we usually do coconut oil, cinnamon, raisins and pecans. apples are yummy too. but this isnt’ a special recipe…we have it just about every day! my fav breakfast cassarole is this one: layer whole wheat bread, then crumbled cooked sausage, then sliced apples and pears, then 2 cups shredded cheese and 1 tbs thyme in a big lasagna pan. next, mix 6 eggs and 2 cups milk like you would for scrambled eggs and pour… Read more »
Every year for Christmas, I make overnight sticky buns. We only have them once a year, so we REALLY look forward to them! Not that they are anything special, just frozen bread dough, butter, spices. You put them in a bundt pan at night, then let them rise overnight and bake them in the morning. I can link you to my recipe, if you’re interested!
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Mmmm. I cheat and do cinammon rolls from a can once a year at Christmas, but I may have to try that cassserol from Mommy Always Wins. And we’ll definitly try the oat meal!
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I don’t have a recipe for you, because it seems I get online and search one out each year… but we do a big breakfast Christmas morning, of: Sausage & egg casserole (make the night before in a large rectangular cake pan, bake in the morning). I always have to look for a recipe for this, so we’ve tried several. They usually all turn out great. Crockpot Apple Crisp- This really turns out more like a crockpot apple oatmeal, but we put the crunchy yummy stuff on top… delish! A word of warning… do this very, very late at night,… Read more »