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Jazz Up Christmas Morning with No Stress Breakfast Ideas

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The Christmas season is filled with joy as you spend time with family and friends. Your focus is on gift giving and celebrations, keeping to special holiday traditions. But as Christmas morning approaches, all of these activities leading up to the big day can leave you a little drained. I’ve got just the thing for you… simple and easy no-stress breakfast ideas for your Christmas morning. Helping you jazz up your holiday, while keeping your energy up for the all fun to be had!

Here are 10 ideas that will give you a positive holiday energy boost you’ll need to keep going.These ideas will help you enjoy a stress-free Christmas morning, filled with family, friends, and sharing gifts of love.

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  • Gingerbread Granola 2 of 11
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    Add in just a little bit of spice to your ordinary granola and it will make it that much more special. Perfect for a holiday breakfast. Recipe from Make and Takes.

  • Eggnog Overnight French Toast 3 of 11
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    What could be better than a make-a-head breakfast? Whip this recipe up for eggnog french toast the night before to keep your Christmas morning stree-free. Recipe from Created by Diane.

  • Green Smoothie 4 of 11
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    You'll want to get in all your greens for a healthy pick-me-up on Christmas morning. Here's a simple recipe to blend up for a green smoothie. Recipe from Two Peas and Their Pod.

  • Frozen Milk-Mates for Your Drink 5 of 11
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    How fun are these frozen milk-mates to add to your morning drink? Mix them up the day before, freeze overnight, and they are ready to add to your milk in the morning for a little energy boost for the whole family. Recipe from Pretty Prudent.

  • Pop Up Pancakes in a Muffin Tin 6 of 11
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    Pop up pancakes are one of the easiest breakfast recipes to make. I love the idea of jazzing this recipe up just a bit by making them bite-sized in muffin tins. Perfect for making Christmas morning special. Recipe from Make and Takes.

  • Overnight Baked Apple Oatmeal with Crunchy Brown Sugar Streusel 7 of 11
    Overnight Baked Apple Oatmeal with Crunchy Brown Sugar Streusel

    Anything you can prep ahead of time will always help ease the stress of any celebration. Make this yummy overnight Baked Apple Oatmeal Streusel for Christmas morning, keeping your energy up for the next day! Recipe from A Farm Girl Dabbles.

  • Rye and Blueberry Breakfast Tarts 8 of 11
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    Not only are these breakfast tarts easy to make a few days before you eat them, they are healthy to boot. Just what you need to keep your energy high for the holidays. Recipe from Food for My Family.

  • Rise and Shine Breakfast Burritos 9 of 11
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    Simple and delicious is what these breakfast burritos are saying to me. Just what I need for my Christmas morning, so we can focus our energy on family and gift giving. Recipe from Tidy Mom.

  • Breakfast Heart Topper 10 of 11
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    Even the simplest of breakfasts, like pancakes, are all dolled up and made a little more special with a simple touch of this pipe cleaner topper. Whatever Christmas morning breakfast you choose, place a few of these darling heart toppers to jazz it up for the holidays. Maybe even make a Christmas tree shape or star to make it festive. Recipe and instructions from The Sweetest Occasion.

  • Crispy French Toast 11 of 11
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    Jazz up your basic french toast with some crunch, making it a little more special for your holiday morning. Simply add in your crunched up cereal flakes to your batter and it's ready to make for a Christmas crowd. Recipe from This Week for Dinner.

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