Best Christmas Brunch Recipes

By Brittany Anas for EatThis,NotThat!

Unwrapping presents may be the main event on Christmas morning. But a delicious brunch—best enjoyed in PJs—also brings merriment to the morning. Whether you like sweet (extra syrup, please!) or savory (ham and cheese are a dream team), here are 17 brunch recipes that feel just right for Christmas morning.

Slide 2 of 18: Your muffin tins are multi-taskers. Not only can they bake your favorite muffins, but they can also make individual quiches to wow your brunch crowd. This recipe is especially great for Christmas morning because you can dice up some leftover ham from a Christmas Eve dinner, then mix in the vegetables. A generous serving of Gouda gives them a creamy, buttery bite.Get our recipe for Muffin Tin Quiches with Smoked Gouda and Ham. RELATED: Sign up for our newsletter to get daily recipes and food news in your inbox!

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1. Muffin Tin Quiches with Smoked Gouda and Ham

Your muffin tins are multi-taskers. Not only can they bake your favorite muffins, but they can also make individual quiches to wow your brunch crowd. This recipe is especially great for Christmas morning because you can dice up some leftover ham from a Christmas Eve dinner, then mix in the vegetables. A generous serving of Gouda gives them a creamy, buttery bite.

Slide 3 of 18: Psst, this bread pudding recipe with chocolate and sweet cherries may look and taste like dessert, but it's just as great as a brunch dish.Get our recipe for Chocolate Cherry Bread Pudding with Pistachios. And for more holiday inspiration, check out these 50 Delicious Christmas Eve Dinners So Easy They'll Cook Themselves.

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2. Chocolate Cherry Bread Pudding with Pistachios

Psst, this bread pudding recipe with chocolate and sweet cherries may look and taste like dessert, but it’s just as great as a brunch dish.

Slide 5 of 18: For a delicious brunch, bake this flavor-packed and filling breakfast casserole that's made with caramelized onions, baby kale, and mushrooms.Get our recipe for Breakfast Casserole. Wondering what your neighbors are eating? Don't miss The Best Christmas Recipe in Every State.

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4. Breakfast Casserole

For a delicious brunch, bake this flavor-packed and filling breakfast casserole that’s made with caramelized onions, baby kale, and mushrooms.

Slide 8 of 18: Here's a genius idea: Make a charcuterie board for brunch on Christmas morning so that your family can wander in and out of the kitchen, enjoying a completely customizable and leisurely breakfast.Easy-to-assemble, a charcuterie board is a perfect place for your favorite brunch staples. The possibilities are endless, but you can start with cheeses, hard-boiled eggs, sliced ham, waffles, fruit, vegetables, and more.Get the recipe from How Sweet Eats. 

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7. Charcuterie Brunch Boards

Here’s a genius idea: Make a charcuterie board for brunch on Christmas morning so that your family can wander in and out of the kitchen, enjoying a completely customizable and leisurely breakfast.

Easy-to-assemble, a charcuterie board is a perfect place for your favorite brunch staples. The possibilities are endless, but you can start with cheeses, hard-boiled eggs, sliced ham, waffles, fruit, vegetables, and more.

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Source: 17 Best Christmas Brunch Recipes (msn.com)

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