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16 Make-Ahead Savory Breakfasts for Christmas Morning

Christmas is about families coming together to celebrate the season. Celebrate with one of these make-ahead savory breakfasts for Christmas morning.


Christmas is all about families coming together to celebrate the season. What better way to celebrate than with food? But who wants to slave away in the kitchen on Christmas morning breakfast while the rest of the family is having fun with their gifts? Instead, try one of these delicious, make ahead savory breakfasts for Christmas morning.

16 Make Ahead Savory Breakfasts for Christmas Morning

16 Make-Ahead Savory Breakfasts for Christmas Morning

1. Omelet Muffins

If you don’t want to put much effort into Christmas morning breakfast, these omelet muffins from The Mommy Mix are the perfect choice. Mix up all the tasty ingredients the night before, toss them in the oven in the morning, grab a muffin, and get on with the holiday festivities.

2. Breakfast Biscuits

Looking for a twist on a traditional breakfast staple? Try these white cheddar and sausage breakfast biscuits from Peace Love and Low Carb. They can be made up to one week ahead of time and are surprisingly low in carbs.

3. Breakfast Egg Muffins

These breakfast egg muffins from Dinner at the Zoo are packed with protein to keep your family full until Christmas dinner. And they can be made the day before and stored in the refrigerator, giving you time to enjoy Christmas morning with your family.

4. Sausage Breakfast Pie

Every meal on Christmas should include pie! Bake up this sausage breakfast pie from Ann’s Entitled Life to fulfill your family’s wish of pie for every meal. As an added bonus, this breakfast can be made ahead of time and frozen until Christmas morning.

5. Mini Frittatas

Make these yummy mini frittatas from A Clean Bake before Christmas and store them in the freezer until the big day. When you’re ready to serve, just heat them up in the oven and let your family enjoy a delicious Christmas morning breakfast.

6. Spicy Kale Egg Breakfast Cups

Add a spicy kick to your Christmas morning breakfast with these kale egg breakfast cups from Taste and See. This hearty grab-and-go breakfast option combines spicy sausage, mushrooms, and feta cheese for a savory make-ahead breakfast option.

7. Sausage and Hash Brown Breakfast Casserole

Serve a full, hearty breakfast to your family this Christmas morning without all the work. This breakfast casserole with sausage and hash browns from Savory Tooth combines three breakfast staples into one make-ahead dish.

8. Red Pepper, Basic and Feta Egg Muffins

Give your family a healthy breakfast option with these red pepper, basil, and feta egg muffins from C’mon Get Crafty. Make them the day before, store them in the fridge, and heat them up on Christmas morning for a healthy start to the busy day.

9. Tex Mex Breakfast Muffins

These yummy Tex Mex breakfast muffins from The Rising Spoon are packed with flavor – full strips of bacon, chiles, and shredded cheese. These breakfast muffins can be stored in the refrigerator and easily reheated in the oven or microwave on Christmas morning.

10.  Savory Breakfast Quiche

Filled with veggies, sausage, eggs, and cheese this savory breakfast quiche from Deliciously Plated would make a decadent Christmas morning breakfast. To prepare the dish ahead of time, fully cook the quiche, store it in the freezer, then reheat on Christmas morning.

11. Paleo Breakfast Egg Muffins

With roasted vegetables inside, these paleo breakfast egg muffins from Wholesome Yum are another healthy option for Christmas morning breakfast. These muffins can also be made the ahead of time and stored in the refrigerator for a few days.

12. Slow Cooker Bacon Strata

A breakfast you can set and forget is perfect for Christmas morning. This slow cooker bacon strata from Living Sweet Moments fits the bill. Mix the ingredients in your crock pot on Christmas Eve and wake up to a delicious Christmas morning breakfast.

13. Simple Egg Muffins with Veggies

These simple egg muffins with veggies from Mary Ellen’s Cooking Creations can be made in just five easy steps the day before Christmas. The best part is you can customize the recipe to suit your family’s needs, making each individual muffin a personalized breakfast on its own.

14. Ham and Cheese Fritatta Muffins

Bring the flavors of Christmas dinner to your breakfast with these ham and cheese frittata muffins from Low Carb Yum. Cook these protein-packed muffins ahead of time and store in the refrigerator for Christmas morning.

15. Sausage and Egg Breakfast Burritos

Let your family have fun creating their own breakfast with these sausage and egg breakfast burritos from There’s Just One Mommy. Make the fillings ahead of time, then set out the components for your family to create their own custom Christmas morning breakfast.

16. Choose Your Own Ingredient Egg Muffins

Of course you could try our Egg Muffins too. They’re easy to customize for each person’s unique tastes and they can be made ahead, frozen and reheated easily!

16 Make Ahead Savory Breakfasts for Christmas Morning

 

Do you have any go-to make-ahead make-ahead savory breakfasts for Christmas morning?

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