Christmas brunch is one of the things I look most forward to on Christmas morning. Sure, presents are nice, but these delicious and easy Christmas brunch recipes will make every recipient happy, and no exchanging will be necessary!
Christmas Brunch Menu Plan
Christmas Brunch Appetizers
Puff Pastry Breakfast Pizza from The Life Jolie
Cranberry Walnut Cinnamon Cream Cheese Dip – grab your favorite dipper and dig in to this sweet cream cheese dip. With walnuts, apples, and dried cranberries, it’s perfect for Christmas brunch or an afternoon snack.
Pina Colada Cheese Ball from Home Cooking Memories
Christmas Brunch Salads & Sides
Winter Pear, Pomegranate & Swiss Salad with Poppy Seed Dressing from House of Nash Eats
Apple Pie Braid from Liz on Call
Christmas Brunch Main Dishes
Brie-and-Sausage Breakfast Casserole from Bread Booze Bacon
Slow Cooker Blueberry Stuffed French Toast from Around My Family Table
Overnight Eggnog Cranberry French Toast from Cooking on the Front Burner
Maple Sausage Cinnamon Roll Bundles are easy to make and the aroma as they’re baking is intoxicating! I use traditional breakfast sausage links, but switch it up with turkey sausage or even some chorizo sausages if you dare!
Christmas Brunch Beverages
Crockpot Cranberry Cider from Kleinworth & Co.
Non Alcoholic Sangria from Love Bakes Good Cakes
Cranberry Blood Orange Sugar-Free Spritzer Recipe just bursts with citrus flavor! If you don’t have access to blood oranges, any variety of oranges will work. I just love the festive touch it adds to this easy punch recipe. The sugared cranberries are actually sugar-free. Check out the recipe!
Christmas Brunch Desserts
Cinnamon Banana Monkey Bread is warm and sticky, so be prepared with lots of napkins when you are ready to dig in.
Granny’s Monkey Bread from Self Proclaimed Foodie
Chocolate Pecan Sticky Rolls with Bourbon Caramel from The Gingered Whisk
Easy Slow Cooker Cinnamon Roll Casserole is SO easy to make! This crock pot recipe will bake up as you open gifts on Christmas morning. Then it will be time to dig into the warm cinnamon roll bread with sweet cream cheese glaze!
Which of these Christmas brunch recipes looks the most delicious to you?