Celebrate Christmas or New Year’s morning with one of these holiday brunch recipes. From savoury sweet potato and egg dishes to sweet treats such as french toast, muffins and granola, this list is sure to help you pull off a fabulous mid-morning feast!
If you look at all the recipes on Crumb Top Baking, you will come to realize that quite a few are breakfast and brunch related. As I’ve said before, I love hosting brunches, especially holiday brunches, so I thought it was time to bring together some of my favourite recipes in one place.
So break out your grocery list because you’re going to want to make sure you’re stocked up on all the essentials for these must-make holiday brunch recipes!
Sliced sweet potato, red peppers, eggs and turkey bacon all come together in this Savoury Sweet Potato Breakfast Skillet. It’s so filling it can be served as a stand alone meal. Just add some toast and a cup of coffee, and you’re all set!
Cranberry Orange Overnight Oatmeal Muffins are bursting with fresh cranberries, orange zest, chocolate chunks and cinnamon. And with overnight oats as their base, these muffins are an easy addition to your holiday brunch!
Whether you’re a brunch lover, or breakfast-for-dinner lover, this Tomato, Arugula and Mozzarella Quiche is a must-try recipe! It has a crispy whole wheat crust, topped with eggs, cherry tomatoes, arugula, fresh basil and mozzarella. It’s so cheesy and flavourful, it tastes more like a pizza than a quiche. Your holiday brunch guests will be sure to love this one!
Avocado Pumpkin Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies are dairy and gluten-free, made with avocado instead of butter and oil, and loaded with lots of fibre and pumpkin spice. They make a filling dessert to top off your holiday brunch!
This Chocolate Orange Gingerbread Muesli is perfectly spiced for the holidays and it’s packed with filling and flavourful ingredients such as rolled oats, quinoa flakes, sunflower seeds, raisins, coconut, dried orange peel and chocolate chips. It’s also gluten-free and dairy-free!
Sweet Potato Turkey Egg Bake is grain-free and loaded with ground turkey, spinach, mushrooms, sweet potato and eggs. And with a hint of apples, maple syrup and sage, your guests are sure to enjoy this sweet and savoury holiday brunch dish!
What’s a brunch without mimosas!? Add some festive flavours to your holiday brunch with these Ginger Beer Mimosas. They’re a spin on traditional mimosas, with freshly squeezed orange juice, vodka, cardamom, ground ginger and ginger beer!
Blueberry Pomegranate Chia Jam is seedy, lemony and full of blueberries and pomegranate arils. This jam is refined sugar-free and made with just five ingredients. It makes the perfect topping for toast, waffles or sweet breakfast bowls!
Cranberries and white chocolate pair together nicely in these Cranberry White Chocolate Breakfast Buns. They’re a decadent Christmas morning treat that can be made the night before. Just pour melted white chocolate over them before serving for a warm and gooey sticky bun effect!
Okay, this granola is actually a year round treat. I’ve included it in this round-up because Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Granola is my all-time favourite. It requires only 8 ingredients, and bakes up sweet, salty and delicious in just 20 minutes. The hardest part is letting it cool before you eat it!
Cranberry Pumpkin French Toast Bake brings together the flavours of fall in a decadent brunch bake. With layers of bread dipped in a pumpkin-egg mixture, and topped with fresh cranberries, pumpkin seeds and white chocolate, this is the ultimate holiday brunch dish!
Pumpkin Spice Collagen Lattes are a healthier version of a seasonal favourite. With a few simple ingredients, you can save money and enjoy this dairy-free and refined sugar-free treat without leaving your house!
If you make one of these holiday brunch recipes this festive season, I would love to hear about it in the comments below. Or take a pic and share it on Instagram by tagging @crumbtopbaking.
And if you’re looking for more holiday brunch ideas, keep an eye out for some festive waffles and a chocolate hazelnut treat coming to the blog before Christmas!
Happy Holiday Brunching!