16 Sweet Breakfast Treats for Christmas Morning
These Christmas breakfast treats offer some sweet ways to celebrate Christmas morning. I hope you’ll find a new favorite or two among these sweet breakfast favorites!
Christmas morning is the perfect time for a special breakfast treat. Whether that’s a make-ahead baked French toast or something as simple as a batch of muffins, it’s a lovely tradition for a special day.
I’m so happy to share these 16 Sweet Breakfast Treats for Christmas Morning with you! These are some of my favorite recipes for the holiday season. With cinnamon rolls, muffins, biscuits, and even cake (!!!), there’s sure to be something to tempt you.
Love cinnamon roll but don’t love the work it takes to make them? Biscuit Cinnamon Rolls simplify things by using a 3-ingredient biscuit dough. It’s a great shortcut to get homemade cinnamon rolls on your breakfast table!
For a Christmas breakfast you can prep in advance, try this Baked Praline French Toast. You can assemble it the day before you and then bake it fresh for breakfast. That sweet, nutty flavor is SO good!
These easy Chocolate Chip Drop Biscuits are a crowd-pleasing sweet breakfast treat. A special occasion warrants a little chocolate for breakfast, right?
Brown Butter Sour Cream Spice Muffins are one of my very favorite muffins. They’re filled with lots of spices and feature the rich, nutty flavor of brown butter.
It may not be fresh berry season, but you can still enjoy those flavors with these Berry Cream Cheese Pastry Swirls. Change up the flavors to suit your cravings!
Cinnamon Breakfast Cake is the perfect excuse to have cake for breakfast. It’s actually the kind of cake you can enjoy any time of day. How great is that?
Jam-Filled Doughnut Muffins are always a crowd favorite. The look fairly unassuming on the outside, but that fruity surprise inside makes all the difference.
Apple Cinnamon Baked French Toast is just the thing for a special breakfast. Apples and cinnamon are a wonderful flavor addition to this overnight French toast.
It’s unbelievable how quickly you can have this Cinnamon Almond Dutch Baby Pancake in the oven. For a quick and easy Christmas breakfast for a small group, it’s pretty tough to beat. Serve with maple syrup or your favorite preserves.
I’ve been making these Raspberry Cream Cheese Buns for years, and they’re still one of my favorite sweet breakfast treats. Use different flavors of preserves to make a variety for Christmas morning.
With a double dose of chocolate, these Chocolate Chocolate Chip Muffins are sure to be a hit with your chocolate loving crowd. They’ll keep for a few days, too, so you can continue enjoying them for breakfast or a snack.
Scones get a bad rap, as they’re often thought of as dry and bland. But these Cinnamon Almond Scones are just the opposite. They’re soft, moist, and not too sweet. They’re not only a great breakfast, but they also make a lovely afternoon snack with your favorite coffee or tea.
Cranberry Cream Cheese Bread is one of my all-time favorite quick breads. Enjoy a slice for breakfast or brunch, or grab a bite for an anytime snack. The fantastic flavor is sure to be irresistible!
Chocolate gravy is not commonly known, but you’ll be telling the whole world about it once you’ve had these Cream Cheese Biscuits and Chocolate Gravy. That gravy will go with most any kind of biscuit, but I especially like it with this cream cheese variety.
Coconut Cream Cheese Oat Muffins are all about the coconut. Toasted coconut, to be exact. Combine that with cream cheese and oats, and you’ve got a dense, sturdy muffin that’s full of wonderful flavor.
It’s been years since I first shared these Cinnamon Bun Scones with you, and they remain a reader favorite and a personal favorite. They give you the cinnamon roll experience without the fuss of making homemade cinnamon rolls. This is just the kind of treat that becomes a Christmas breakfast tradition!
I hope you’ll add something homemade to your Christmas breakfast this year. Do you have Christmas breakfast baking traditions? I’d love to hear about them in the comments below.