10 Fun Christmas Breakfast ideas Just for Kids - Fun for Little Ones

Every Christmas day, we celebrate with a special holiday dinner. This year we’re adding a special breakfast to our day. I’m definitely going to be making a few things from this list of 10 Christmas Morning Breakfast Ideas that I’m sure my kids will love!

I don’t think we ever eat breakfast on Christmas. The kids spend a few hours opening their gifts and searching for their hidden gifts (we hide some for fun), then we all sit around showing each other what we got.

Related: 25 Days of Christmas Cookies (for Kids)

With 7 kids, it takes us a bit longer to do the whole Christmas morning thing. By the time we eat, it’s more of a late lunch. This year, we’re going to have a nice breakfast, even if it happens to be at lunch time.

I hope you enjoy some of these great Christmas morning breakfast ideas with your family too. They look like so much fun!

Do you usually have Christmas breakfast with your family? I’d love to hear about it!

10 Fun Christmas Morning Breakfast Ideas Just for Kids…

1.

Christmas Tree Pancake Stacks

Prep 10 min Total 30 min Servings 6 These adorable trees are so easy to make just by coloring up a batch of Bisquick® pancakes! Each tree is stack of different size pancakes with fun, festive decorations that will delight young and old alike.


2.

Gingerbread Pancakes – Cooking Classy

Only 5 days until Christmas!! It always comes and goes so quickly but thankfully it comes every year. I love Christmas and how excited my kids get for it every year! It’s just like the movie Elf where Buddy screams “Santa’s coming!!” That has been my kids for the last month.


3.

Christmas Tree Waffles

Christmas tree waffles are a tradition in our house. My kids look forward to them every single year. And, if we don’t make them, they are very disappointed (lesson learned). If there is any day of the year when candy is acceptable for breakfast….it’s Christmas.


4.

Stacked Cinnamon Roll Christmas Tree

Prep 10 min Total 25 min Ingredients 2 Servings 8 Take classic cinnamon rolls to the next level with this easy and impressive tree. MORE+ LESS- can (12.4 oz) Pillsbury™ refrigerated cinnamon rolls with icing Heat oven to 400°F. Spray large cookie sheet with cooking spray. Separate dough into 8 rolls.





5.

Easy Cinnamon Roll Christmas Trees

Make these fun Christmas trees for a holiday breakfast using just Pillsbury Grands Cinnamon Rolls, green food coloring and a few M&M’s and sprinkles! My family doesn’t just like Pillsbury cinnamon rolls… they LOVE them. My kids are pretty little, but despite their size they can down like 5 cinnamon rolls each….


6.

Candy Cane Crescent Roll Breakfast Pastry – 3 Yummy Tummies

Add a festive Candy Cane Crescent Roll Breakfast Pastry with a cream cheese and cherry filling to your Christmas brunch. It is sure to impress with minimal effort for a breezy Christmas treat. Beware, little hands are guaranteed to snatch it up for a taste of that yummy glaze drizzled over the top.





7.

Cinnamon Roll Christmas Tree

Well, It’s December 1st and I thought it would be fun to do twelve posts ending up with the last of the twelve on my birthday, 12/12/12:) The talented and sweet Nicole, of Salsa Sweets, mentioned the same idea to me on my facebook page, which firmed up my resolve.


8.

Our North Pole Breakfast, welcoming back our elf!

Okay sorry, I just had to show off the pancake Christmas tree that I made for breakfast!! I am just a little proud of how it came out 🙂 DD (dear daughter) who is 3 LOVES our elf Christopher, and this is our second year having a North Pole Breakfast to welcome him!





9.

Gingerbread Men Pancakes

Have a holly, jolly holiday breakfast! These Gingerbread Men Pancakes take everything you love about their cookie cousin -ginger, cinnamon, allspice and nutmeg – and wrap it up in one fluffy flapjack. Trust McCormick® gingerbread spice to create authentic Christmas flavor.


10.

Santa Claus and Snowman Pancakes! (Vegan)

Start holidays with this healthy & happy breakfast! I found this no daily pancake recipe on a Japanese recipe site. Original recipe here (in Japanese) They got more than 100 good reviews! Original recipe calls for butter to cook pancakes, but I used canola oil instead, I think it tastes better than store bought pancake mix.




Happy Holidays!

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