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Thread: Need great recipe for Christmas morning make ahead breakfast!

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    Super Member M.I.Late's Avatar
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    Need great recipe for Christmas morning make ahead breakfast!

    Anyone have any great ideas besides the "Christmas Morning Casserole" with the sausage and bread???

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    Lots of recipes for breakfast fritatta using canadian bacon or ham and eggs. Just google it! Enjoy.
    Linda

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    Here is a link to 34 breakfast casserole recipes. I have used a couple, but the crockpot breakfast is my favorite b/c you let it cook overnight on low and no fuss in the morning!

    http://www.recipe4living.com/article...as_morning.htm

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    merry, merry christmas morn.........

    Cheese/strada

    10 slices wh.bread, no crusts
    1/3 c soft butter

    3 c sharp cheese, grated

    BEAT tog.
    8 slightly beaten eggs
    3 c milk
    1 t. salt
    1 t. dry mustard
    ˝ T. parsley
    pepper

    Spread butter on bread and cut each slice into 4 strips

    Butter a 2 qt. casserole and make alternate layers of bread and cheese
    End with a cheese layer.

    Pour egg mixture over bread & cheese layers…

    Refrigerate at least 24 hours.

    Remove 1 hour before baking

    Bake 40/50 minutes @ 350 degrees

    Broccoli, mushroom, sausage, or ham may be placed after the first layer of bread
    OR….canned onion rings on top

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    Oh, gee, at our house Christmas breakfast is fruitcake and eggnog. It's a tradition no one wants to give up. And I make a mean fruitcake.
    aka Chicken McLittle

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    Here's a recipe from my blog. You can make it the night before and then reheat individual servings in the microwave.

    http://catpatches.blogspot.com/2011/...blueberry.html
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    I use the 'Amish Breakfast Casserole. found it on line. If you are interested and cannot find it email me at ekohler412@aol.com

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    I have a simple french toast recipe. The night before assemble and store in frig.

    1 cup 1/2 N 1/2 low fat
    3 eggs
    1 1/2 tsp vanilla
    cinnamon
    any kind of semi dried bread, about 4 to 6 slices, cut into 1 inch cubes

    Use a 8X8 or 9X9 square glass pyrex pan and spray heavily with Pam

    Cut up enought bread to fill pan 1/2 way and sprinkle cinnamon on top.
    Mix all wet ingredients well and gently pour over top of bread. Try to get all the bread wet.
    Cover with plastic wrap and let sit overnite in frig.
    In morning, take plastic wrap off and cover with tin foil. Place in cold oven.
    Turn oven to 350 degrees and bake 30 minutes. Take tin foil off top and bake another 20 minutes.
    Serve with powdered sugar on top or plain with syrup.

    You can change the flavor by adding a tablespoon of maple syrup instead of vanilla.

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    Try quiche. I use store-bought pie crusts. These can be baked the night before and reheated or just assembled quickly in the morning -- cook the bacon ahead of time. I have two favorites from the Kraft foods website. Even the guys in my family like these! This year I'm making them with Egg Beaters to cut some cholesterol, since the weekend will be filled with lots of rich food I'm trying to cut fat or sugar where I can without sacrificing taste. Serve with fruit salad and refrigerator bran muffins (batter is made ahead, stored in fridge, just pop into muffin tins that morning, or bake the night before and reheat; I make the muffins with unsweetened applesauce replacing the oil). Here's the links to the quiche:
    http://www.kraftrecipes.com/recipes/...pon-53874.aspx

    http://www.kraftrecipes.com/recipes/...che-74529.aspx
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    Just remembered that there were several recipes submitted previously on the QB for Baked Oatmeal. I had thought about trying one of them also for a holiday breakfast...may do that this year. I'll still do the quiche just in case the oatmeal doesn't go over too well. Here's some links:
    Dessert for Breakfast? Man was this GOOD!
    Baked Oatmeal PA dutch recipes
    Need Baked Oatmeal Recipe
    Baked Oatmeal
    Remember the teakettle...it is always up to its neck in hot water, yet it still sings!

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