10 CHRISTMAS MORNING TREATS YOU CAN DO WITH YOUR KIDS

Christmas morning is the perfect opportunity to bond with your children over delicious treats with hot cocoa. This once-a-year event can create fond memories that your kids will carry with them even when they have families of their own. The kitchen smell of cinnamon and peppermint during Christmas morning will fill their hearts and tummies with love.

Here are the ten treats you can do with your kids on Christmas morning:

1. Crescent Roll Breakfast Pastry in Candy Cane form

Candy canes are iconic in Christmas celebrations, so it’s natural to have candy-cane-shaped rolls during Christmas breakfast. You can make this candy cane crescent roll breakfast pastry recipe with cherry and cream cheese filling. Your children will surely love them.

candy cane shaped pastry in white background

2. Christmas Gingerbread Pancake with Whipped Cream and Maple Syrup

Gingerbread is a fun Christmas ingredient. If your kids are looking for another treat to make, you can try this Christmas gingerbread pancake recipe that gives the distinct gingerbread flavor coupled with maple syrup.

stacks of round pancakes topped with white cream, sprinkles, and human shaped bread

3. Baked Chocolate Croissant

You might be too busy on Christmas morning that you would rather throw something together then put them in the oven. If that’s the case, you can do this baked chocolate croissant recipe or ask your children to do it for you.

bread with brown liquid filling

4. Eggnog French Toast

French toast is a breakfast staple, regardless of the occasion. To add that distinct Christmas flavor, make this eggnog French toast recipe with your kids. If you’re feeling extra, add honey or syrup and various toppings like whipped cream and fruits.

top view of toasted bread with whipped white cream

5. Ham and Swiss Cheese Sticky Buns

Sticky buns are fun and easy to make. During Christmas morning, you can whip up this delicious ham and Swiss cheese sticky buns recipe to impress your visiting family and friends.

brown bun with syrup on top

6. Potato and Cheese Breakfast Casserole

Potato and cheese are breakfast staples that are popular with both young and old generations. You can do this potato and cheese breakfast casserole recipe and pair it with toast.

sticky yellow food in a white casserole

7. Ham, Cheese and Egg Breakfast Sliders

Breakfast sliders can make you full quickly. If you’re looking for Christmas morning filling treats, you can do this ham, cheese, and egg breakfast sliders recipe. This breakfast treat looks good on the dining table, as well.

bread with yellow filling

8. Christmas Eggnog Morning Muffins

You can eat muffins with hot cocoa or warm milk. In the spirit of Christmas, you can bake morning muffins that taste like eggnog. You can do this Christmas morning eggnog muffins recipe with your family.

brown muffin with white liquid in top

9. Baked Christmas Doughnuts with Peppermint Bark

Peppermint is a great Christmas flavor, and this baked Christmas doughnuts with peppermint bark recipe will surely leave your kids asking for more. Make sure that you sprinkle the peppermint bark generously over your donut.

doughnuts dipped in white liquid in a white bowl

10. Easy-to-Make Rudolph Christmas Brownies

Rudolph is an iconic Christmas character. He is popular among kids, and he will surely be a hit at your breakfast table. You can cook this easy-to-make Rudolph Christmas brownies recipe with your children while preparing the morning Christmas table. 

brown square shaped with round white and red toppings

What recipe are you planning to make on Christmas morning?

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