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Xmas morning breakfast / snacks?

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movingforward2016 Thu 22-Dec-16 17:19:38

What's your favorite Christmas breakfast & snacky things? I'm just checking to see if there's anything yummy I might be missing out on?

Also I don't eat fish or chicken

iklboodolphRedNoseReindeer Thu 22-Dec-16 17:25:42

Bacon or sausage butties
Eggy bread
Pastries & croissants
Potato cakes

ITMama1 Thu 22-Dec-16 17:27:39

Bacon croissants
French toast
Waffles fruit/bacon
Pancakes fruit/bacon

SVJAA Thu 22-Dec-16 17:30:12

We do a massive fry up (bacon, eggs, square sausage, haggis, black pud, links, tattie scones, clootie dumpling, tomatoes, mushrooms) and French toast or waffles for those who don't like a fry up.

IfartInYourGeneralDirection Thu 22-Dec-16 17:33:12

Traditional Christmas breakfast is a selection box

IMissGin Thu 22-Dec-16 17:42:01

Chocolate, panettone French toast, coffee, bacon/sausage/tattie scone rolls

LadyMonicaBaddingham Thu 22-Dec-16 17:49:35

Panettone and wicked-strong coffee, then Babycham and Matchmakers grin

babyblabber Thu 22-Dec-16 18:50:25

A fry and those croissants you make from a tin but with a small square of chocolate inside each one

chocolateworshipper Thu 22-Dec-16 19:44:16

Breakfast = scrambled egg on toast (with smoked salmon for those that like it)
Snacks = chocolate!

SprogletsMum Thu 22-Dec-16 19:46:36

I've got bacon and egg for me and dp and pain au chocolate for the dc.
Breakfast has to last a long time, usually eat at around 6am then Christmas dinner is around 2.30.

Pigeonpost Thu 22-Dec-16 19:48:36

Croissants, scrambled eggs, smoked salmon, asparagus, Buck's Fizz. Yum.

harderandharder2breathe Thu 22-Dec-16 20:42:49

This year bacon butties with extra special bacon I wouldn't normally buy and homemade bread

Talcott2007 Thu 22-Dec-16 20:55:51

This year we are having Chocolate chip brioche, toasted with salted butter and apple and cinnamon compot, sultanas soaked in white port and hazel nut granola to top natural yoghurt.

BasinHaircut Thu 22-Dec-16 21:01:44

Breakfast - Bacon and egg with English muffins.

Snacks - none really. Breakfast will be late and dinner mid-afternoon so don't really need anything.

Pudding this year is passion carrot cake from a posh cake shop mmm

RJnomore1 Thu 22-Dec-16 21:06:12

Pancakes, bacon, maple syrup and poached eggs.

Everyone eats sweets as snacks as we go so no real snacks until after lunch

Helpmeltb Thu 22-Dec-16 21:15:51

Waitrose pastries for breakfast - they're frozen and just go in the oven so it's nice and easy to do when kids are looking at presents, etc.

Pannetone for a snack, along with various Xmas treats (chocolates, lebekuchen, fudge, etc.)

Some fizz from M&S - those £3 ones. Think it's orange and cranberry.

IamChipmunk Thu 22-Dec-16 23:00:35

I have some Christmas tree shaped crumpets this year!
And bacon sandwiches!

SagelyNodding Thu 22-Dec-16 23:08:06

Haven't even thought about it! fblush Pancakes for the DC maybe smoked salmon and avocado on toast for me. DH just coffee.

Interestingangelfish Fri 23-Dec-16 08:23:41

This thread is making me hungry! We'll be having croissants with cheese and ham, and Buck's Fizz.

Percypig5 Fri 23-Dec-16 08:47:18

There was a similar thread on mumsnet about 5 years ago where I read about toasted slices of a panatone with Greek yoghurt, fruit and honey and that has become our traditional Christmas brekkie.

BernardsarenotalwaysSaints Fri 23-Dec-16 08:54:42

DH & dc have sausage sarnies & I have croissants smile for breakfast. Snacks are chocolates & my Gran gave us some little pretzels & snack type things that I'll put out for them too.

ThisIsNotARealAvo Fri 23-Dec-16 08:58:14

DH and I are having smoked salmon on toast. Kids have asked for chocolate shreddies.

Handbag101 Fri 23-Dec-16 09:50:59

Yummy. Bacon rolls and a fruit smoothie to use up old fruit.

popcornpaws Fri 23-Dec-16 10:38:01

panettone toasted, fresh orange loads of strong coffee and a box of m and s jaffa fingers, its a tradition.

KitKat1985 Fri 23-Dec-16 12:34:37

I'm doing pancakes with golden / maple syrup and cream. fsmile

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