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What do you have for breakfast on Christmas morning

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nappyaddict Tue 04-Dec-12 22:43:08

Cant decide between

bacon, eggs, sausages, leftover ham if we have that christmas eve, black pudding, grilled cherry plum tomatoes

Or scrambled egg and smoked salmon

Or omelettes.

Have heard of people having duck and quail eggs. Do you have them fried, poached or scrambled?

crwox Sun 15-Oct-17 00:49:19

We have scrambled egg with toast

caringcarer Sun 15-Oct-17 00:32:09

Pate on toast.

sadandanxious Sun 15-Oct-17 00:27:57

Fry up is my favourite. Last year I had DPand DSD trudging around all the supermarkets with me on Christmas eve after church to find hash browns - because of course no fry up is complete without them grin

bastardlyandmutley Thu 05-Oct-17 12:03:34

Like a lot of people on this thread it seems, croissants. Explains why the supermarkets are often cleared out when I do my Xmas food shop!

Some years bacon sandwiches (for reasons above).

Taffeta Wed 04-Oct-17 19:58:24

Last year we had Kringle.

HandbagCrazy Tue 03-Oct-17 21:11:45

Traditionally we have toast, specifically a home baked loaf, cut into thick wedges slices and covered in thick real butter (we only have real butter at christmas) and Buck's Fizz, however, last year, DH decided on bacon butties, which were lovely but not the same.

We're away this year so no idea - I'm hoping for pancakes, bacon and syrup fgrin

Freezingwinter Tue 03-Oct-17 14:13:16

Croissants with melted Brie

mychildrenarebarmy Mon 02-Oct-17 18:37:28

Last year we had these

Loungingbutnotforlong Mon 02-Oct-17 18:27:44

Pain au chocolat or croissants- and chocolate- eek!
Easy but feels indulgent

VioletCharlotte Mon 02-Oct-17 12:21:37

The boys normally have pancakes with strawberries and ice cream and I have croissants. Washed down with Bucks Fizz smile

ShowMeWhatYouGot Mon 02-Oct-17 12:20:12

Last year we had homemade cinnamon rolls and a huge fruit salad, because fruit balances it out right!?

PastryOnMyMind Mon 02-Oct-17 12:19:49

crossiants and cheap champagne grin

Wormwoodm Mon 02-Oct-17 12:17:20

Sometimes I make nigellas Christmas morning muffins, last year smoked salmon

confused123456 Mon 02-Oct-17 12:15:52

Nothing, I never have breakfast.
Fizzy stuff for Christmas Day breakfast here

HairsprayBabe Mon 02-Oct-17 12:11:16

Ham and fried eggs with crusty bread and pickles.

Pastries and cinnamon rolls are also available.

Plenty of Bucks Fizz!

Forkrightorf Sun 01-Oct-17 22:10:02

Pop Tarts blush
It’s the only time we have them all year, promise!

Natsku Sun 01-Oct-17 17:18:08

Rice porridge - its a Finnish tradition. But I twist the tradition slightly by skipping the prune sauce and usually make a sauce from Sharon fruit instead.

Brittbugs80 Sun 01-Oct-17 17:06:18

Eggy bread, croissants and bucks fizz.

Plus coffee.

And we graze on chocolate through the day, have dinner then graze again.

Bucks fizz, ales and spirits are also free flowing!

BaconAndAvocado Sun 01-Oct-17 09:26:52

Usually have snaked salmon and cream cheese on bagels with Buck's Fizz. ( the drink not the band, although one of them does live very close by.....)

Really want to try the Nigella muffins this year, i LOVE her Christmas recipe book.

Have been meaning to try the Snowy Fir Tree cake for years........ It looks very impressive!

Idontmeanto Sun 01-Oct-17 09:02:30

Nigella recipe cranberry and orange muffins here. Kids usually open chocolate coins from stocking.

tootsieglitterballs Sun 01-Oct-17 08:24:21

Off to look up the nigella Christmas muffins...

AJPTaylor Sun 01-Oct-17 07:33:59

nigella xmas morning muffins x

Oncewaswho Sun 01-Oct-17 07:22:41

Croissants (the frozen cook at home sort) and cinnamon buns which I make the night before and leave somewhere cool for a slow overnight rise. There's usually toast and cereal too.

Tobebythesea Sun 01-Oct-17 06:23:46

*Bucks

Tobebythesea Sun 01-Oct-17 06:22:59

I always have soft boiled eggs with soldiers washed down with buzz fizz. I'm 34 blush

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