10 Christmas Morning Breakfasts

This roundup of great Holiday breakfasts, including Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer pancakes will inspire the most non-crafty parent. Get creative with these 10 Christmas morning eats!

Rudolph Pancakes
A yummy and cute idea to bring Rudolph to the Christmas table! Get recipe from The Spruce Eats.

Christmas Toast
Turn boring toast with jam into a fun idea. Get recipe from Cute Food for Kids.

Stacked Cinnamon Roll Christmas Tree
Take classic cinnamon rolls to the next level with this easy and impressive tree. Get recipe from Pillsbury.

Snowman Pancakes
Snowman pancakes seem like a great way to enjoy Christmas breakfast together. Get recipe from Shockingly Delicious.

Snowmen Doughnuts
These delicious doughnuts are a whimsical way to bring magic to your holiday breakfast table. Get recipe from Love From the Oven.

Santa Pancakes
Ho ho, ho! Who doesn't like whipped cream? Get recipe from CBC.

Milk Men
Snowman milk glasses... A perfect mix of Winter and whimsey. Get recipe from Bakerella.

Gingerbread Pancakes
These cute gingerbread pancakes make the perfect Holiday breakfast. Get recipe from Sandy Toes and Popsicles.

Christmas Fruit Candy Cane
Serve a healthy dish of fruit with this fun candy cane. Get recipe from Kitchen Fun with my 3 Sons.

Green Christmas Tree Pancake Stack
Make morning time family time this Holiday season with this totally adorable Christmas tree pancake stack. Get recipe from Betty Crocker.

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