I bet a lot of you have already chosen a menu for Christmas dinner, but what about a festive breakfast? It should feel like Christmas too, but the food should be breakfast. So choose your favorite recipes and brush them up for Christmas. I’ve prepared some popular DIYs for Christmas breakfast, all of them breathe with the holidays.
Homemade donuts are easier than you think. These glazed beauties have a hint of gingerbread spice that is perfect for the holidays or whenever the craving strikes.
What better way to start Christmas morning than with a large plate of hot banana and eggnog pancakes? They might even be more tempting than the gifts under the tree – seriously, they’re delicious. And bonus: they’re dairy-free too.
Hearty and sweet scones with notes of subtle cranberry-vanilla-tea flavor and juicy pomegranate pops. Crispy on the outside and super tender on the inside, these cranberry and pomegranate tea cones are perfect for your holiday breakfast or brunch!
One of the best parts of the holiday season is of course the food. Especially when it comes to warm cranberry-almond-protein scones with ooey-gooey sweet almond glaze. Yum.
These gingerbread pancakes, flavored with wonderful spices, are a nice change from the traditional version and make the perfect breakfast on Christmas morning. These gingerbread pancakes really are the perfect breakfast treat for the vacation. Try serving them with a cup of coffee flavored with cinnamon-flavored coffee cream.
Try these festive Danish candy cane cherry cheese pastries in the shape of a candy cane! This beautiful candy cane Danish is easy to assemble with croissants, cherry pie filling and sweetened cream cheese.
Eggnog cinnamon rolls are the treat that will make you want to wake up on Christmas morning. With an eggnog and cream cheese frosting, these cinnamon buns are the epitome of a holiday treat!
Cranberry and orange are a perfect combination of winter flavor and they really shine in these mini cranberry and orange donuts! Whether you serve these for breakfast or dessert, they are so easy and quick to make. You can even make them full-sized if the bite size isn’t your thing.
Make gingerbread French toast with cinnamon honey sauce for your loved ones, it’s simple, tasty, rich and Christmassy. A great breakfast or brunch recipe with a touch of Christmas and delicious sauce! You will be overwhelmed after trying! The cinnamon honey dip is a dream and should not be missing. He takes this French gingerbread toast to a whole new level.
Cranberries are one of the classic winter dishes that are so popular but seem difficult to cook. These muffins are made with wholemeal pastry flour, which gives them a deliciously light and fluffy texture. They’re insanely soft and practically melting in your mouth, and what could be better for a Christmas morning?
Biscuit cinnamon rolls can be amazing for a Christmas breakfast. Buttery, flaky cookie dough wrapped around a sticky cinnamon sugar filling and covered with buttermilk icing, these pinwheels of sweet breakfast happiness will brighten even the grayest days.
If you want to reduce your sugar intake – these ginger and cardamom cookies are vegan, gluten-free and refined sugar-free and are perfect for breakfast, snack or dessert!
The problem of lack of space can be solved in many different ways: with space-saving decor and functional furniture and with every inch of space. Window sills shouldn't be wasted, and today I share a great idea - turn your windowsill into a comfortable desk!
Small window sills
Find a suitable window sill in any room - living room, bedroom, or dining area; A good idea is to use a balcony window sill if you have a balcony. Even if your windowsill is small or very narrow - no problem, the main idea is that it should hold a laptop or a book. Add shelves on the sides to create more space. Take built-in and open shelves. If the windowsill is thick, add some drawers for storage.
Larger window sills
If your windowsill is big enough, you're in luck! Regardless of the room, you can create a large and comfortable work area that can even be shared. Take a thick window sill to accommodate the drawers. Add open storage, open shelves and voila - your work is convenient! Such an idea is also great for small children's rooms. Your child can study at a windowsill desk when there is no other space.