Hey, everyone, taking a poll, Please help!
What is your family’s traditional breakfast on Christmas morning and who makes it?
I love traditions so I have asked around and this is some of the responsives.
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What is your traditional breakfast on Christmas morning and who makes it? Early Christmas morning when the house is dark & quiet someone is always up, no not the kids, it is the person planning Christmas breakfast.
At our house we are traditional southerners, biscuits are rising, bacon or sausage, (maybe both,) are frying,
brown rue gravy is waiting along with brown eggs ready to become sunny side up on plates and most of the time I cook.
This is fun. I have asked a few friends on Facebook & twitter and this is a list of their answers. Would love to add more to keep this list growing, leave your own special traditional Christmas.
Chef Art Smith-frittata and pecorino waffles, Well I always do if its at my house.
Michael Symon-we do the 7 fishes the night before..and then for breakfast prosciutto frittata, almost always me...im up first!!
Tony Adams- we Aussies go Kangaroo burgers!
Alyson Larrabee-The cookies that Santa didn't finish if there are any left. Also, whatever candy he put in the stockings.
Lily Haryett-Really don't have one but I do love pancakes but its Christmas morning so I do not eat much till dinner! But I love turkey done on the BBQ above a pan full of cranberry juice with tons of stuffing in side!
Holly Zitting Author -We r easy, pop tarts and hot chocolate
Emilie Shoemaker- In the past I made sticky buns and would leave a container on my neighbors steps Christmas morning too. This year just making waffles with my husband. He volunteered to help;)
Galuis Moodfood- Hey Diann, it was usually just buttered toast only because after church was a
huge Italian Feast of home made egg noodles, sauce, meatballs, braciole, & baccalà. Happy Holidays to you"
Chris Alte-My boys do the cooking when they come home. Every year it is chocolate chip pancakes, scrambled eggs, bacon, cinnamon raison toast, and orange juice. We usually sleep in so we have this more like a brunch. I used to make the pancakes in molds (shapes). Now that you reminded me, I am going to dig those out as a surprise for the boys! Dinosaurs and Mickey Mouse!!
Shane Fortune-I don't eat breakfast at 4 AM. Last year, for Christmas breakfast, we had Reese's.
Before that, it was Hershey's. We've had Nestle's, M&M's, and Ding Dongs. I wonder why everyone's so wired up on Christmas?
Ellen Shaddox-"Don't have one . I make the same old stuff toast."
April Elizabeth-We do pizza frite aka fried dough, dipped in sugar!
Patty tupper-steak, homefries, and eggs
Adele Massena-Now that our kids are grown, a traditional breakfast has given way to a whatever-we-feel-like-eating brunch. ;)
Jean Rici-Either omelets or French toast. Either are perfect!
Alice Huskisso- In the old days my parents were here & we'd have a cooked brekky (eggs, bacon, etc.) but now it's just cereal - boring I know! X
R.M. Wilburn -Ooh! You got me! :-) This year I'm up to a new trick, actually: I'm surprising a dear one w/ some much-loved Cinnabons!
Please feel free to leave a comment and join in with the fun and I hope everyone has a Merry Christmas morning and keep those family traditions alive.