12 Easy Holiday Brunch Recipes That Are Sure To Be Crowd-Pleasers

12 Easy Holiday Brunch Recipes That Are Sure To Be Crowd Pleasers
Ahh, the holidays. So much fun and festivity, but also so much pressure. From scheduling activities and dealing with family to all the entertaining—it can be overwhelming! If you’re having guests over for Christmas or New Year’s Day, there are so many recipe options and small details to consider as a host. Luckily, Kaleigh Glaza is here today to share a roundup of easy brunch recipes that will impress your guests without adding more stress to your life. You’ll be the hostess with the mostest this season, for sure…

Overnight Gingerbread Cinnamon Rolls: These gingerbread cinnamon rolls are such a delicious treat! Bonus: They can be made ahead of time!


Butternut Squash and Sausage Quiche: Seasonal ingredients, easy assembly, plus who doesn’t love a little bit of breakfast sausage?

 

Hot Chocolate French Toast: Such a great alternative to regular French toast, plus it only takes about 15 minutes to whip up—so easy!

 

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Holiday Granola: Our contributor, Arin, shared this with us last year and it’s SO good. It also makes a great holiday gift.

 

Blueberry Scones: Scones can last 1-2 days after cooking if you keep them at room temperature, so make this the day before and look like a brunch all-star with no effort!

 

Gingerbread Pancakes: If pancakes are your go-to weekend breakfast, these gingerbread pancakes are a must-try!

 

Kale Skillet Omelet: For the health nuts in the crowd, this is a pretty and delicious option that still gets you your greens!

 

Gooey Caramel Monkey Bread: If this isn’t a delicious and indulgent Christmas morning treat than we don’t know what is! It’s also conveniently easy to make—score!

 

Christmas Breakfast Strata: This delicious and savory breakfast is a total crowd-pleaser. It’s easy to make ahead and feeds six people, so it’s perfect for Christmas morning!

 

Gingerbread Maple Muffins: These are so delicious for breakfast or to indulge in throughout the day while waiting for dinner. They only take about 30 minutes to make and would pair perfectly with an egg nog latte.

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Clear The Fridge Bread Pudding: This is pretty much the easiest way to turn the week’s leftovers into a delicious holiday morning brunch!

 

Christmas Cookie Donuts: Our contributor, Kara, shared these last week and we will definitely be having them on hand for Christmas morning. Such a delicious treat!

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