Is there anything more special than having a slow, lingering breakfast with family on Christmas morning? While it’s tempting to plan a decadent feast, time spent in the kitchen on Christmas morning should be for making memories, not messes. Thankfully, the Chinet® brand is all about providing extra help for the holidays. Cut cleanup time by serving Christmas brunch with disposable tableware from the Chinet® Classic White™ collection and the Chinet® Cut Crystal® collection. We’ve also rounded up a few easy recipes for Christmas brunch that can be prepped the night before so you can spend less time cooking and more time enjoying the moment with loved ones.
Gingerbread French Toast
Imagine waking up on Christmas morning to the scent of gingerbread wafting through the house. This French toast dressed up with seasonal flavors is one holiday brunch recipe that’s sure to be a hit. Plus, the flavor magic happens overnight, so all you need to do in the morning is pop it in the oven while you open gifts.
Cinnamon Streusel Coffee Cake
Attending holiday brunch as a guest? This cinnamon streusel coffee cake is an easy contribution to complement any brunch spread. Plus, it’s just as delicious one or two days after it’s made. Bring along a package of Chinet® Comfort Cup® insulated hot cups for some extra help for the hostess.
Christmas Morning Casserole
Biscuits, eggs, sausage—the cornerstones of a hearty breakfast. Christmas Morning Casserole combines all of these into one dish that can be prepped the night before and baked on Christmas morning, leaving you more time to spend enjoying special moments with family.
Christmas Tree Danish
Possibly the easiest holiday breakfast recipe ever, the Christmas Tree Danish takes just a few minutes to prep and is the perfect solution for last-minute planning. Start a new family tradition by making this sweet, simple treat on Christmas morning.
This fancied-up bacon is perfect for the holidays. Applying a simple rub of brown sugar and spices creates a candied shell that turns ordinary bacon into something extraordinary. Prep the rub the night before to cut cook time on Christmas morning.
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