What better way to get into the Christmas spirit then with some Christmas inspired breakfast?
It’s finally time to get festive and we are for sure making the most of it, thanks to Christmas 2020! One really simple way to get into that festive spirit is to with some festive food. Christmas is mostly about the amazing food anyway. Today let’s share 3 simple Christmas breakfast ideas to get your festive season off to the right start. I mean breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
All recipes are really easy and only one requires light cooking. We have a mix of healthier and not so healthier, I mean it’s Christmas! They are a great way to start your festive season or even the big day. All are delicious and look amazing though so let’s get festive!
Father Christmas Pancakes
Using pancakes (homemade or bought we never judge) and some simple fruit you can create these amazing Santa pancakes. Perfect for Christmas day or just a day over the festive period. You could even use it as pudding for the family and they can put them together themselves.
Start by placing your pancake on the plate and then adding a banana beard. Saving two banana slices to add for eyes along with 1 blueberry, halved. Using any red fruit, we chose strawberries, add his hat shape and his nose. Finish his hat with a snowy squirt of cream and don’t forget his bobble too.
Christmas Breakfast Ideas to Dip Into
Here comes the Christmas breakfast idea to end all Christmas breakfast ideas! Just look at this boiled egg with pigs in blankets. I mean do I need to say more? Does it get more Christmas breakfast perfect than this? Plus, who doesn’t want more reasons for pigs in blankets?
Get your pigs in blankets in the oven then boil your eggs ready for the piggies to come out the oven. Definitely not rocket science. This was a big hit in our house as we all love ‘dippy eggs’ and pigs in blankets. Just a good excuse to have more! This particular egg cup was purchased from B&M a couple of years ago but I’ve seen lots both on and offline this year too.
Banana Snowmen Kebabs
This is such a simple idea but my toddler, in particular, loved these. Banana snowmen on sticks or on a plate. They are so easy to make, look fantastic and get the kids eating more fruit. Winning! You could also add a small amount of icing sugar for a super festive feel.
Start by slicing your bananas making sure they are about an inch or two thick. You can make your snowmen as tall as you like with more banana slices. Cut raisins to make buttons and facial features it is that simple.
Do you love getting creative with food for the annual holidays? Our favourite is usually Halloween food ideas or Halloween treats. What’s the most creative you’ve gotten with food? Let me know in the comments below, bonus points for tagging me in pictures over on Facebook.
Lots of Love,