Three days until Christmas! There’s a chance of snow here, so there is a chance that we may have a white or whitish Christmas. Either way, it looks like it’s going to be cold.
The tradition in our family is that our kids and their families come over on Christmas morning. We have breakfast and then open presents. For the past few years we have been playing Dirty Santa, too. Dirty Santa is a lot of fun!
We have four grandchildren, ranging in age from four to eight, and this year we will have a game for them to play, too. I don’t think that they’re really old enough to play Dirty Santa, because one of them would probably get their feelings hurt when they got the gift that they liked taken by someone else.
Our breakfast menu is usually pretty much the same from year to year. This year we are having eggs, toast, biscuits and gravy, bacon, and ham. We will also have coffee and juice. This year I’m going to make a recipe I found on Pinterest called Christmas Sherbet Punch. It looks SO GOOD and I’m sure that the grandkids will get a kick out of it.
One year we had Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast as part of our Christmas breakfast. That was a little time consuming but it was worth it!
Another year, we had quiche. Spinach quiche is my favorite kind. I haven’t used this recipe, but this recipe for Cheesy Bacon Spinach Quiche looks delicious. A lot of people don’t seem to care for quiche, but I think that anyone who likes quiche appreciates the extra effort by someone who makes one. I consider it a treat.
As our family grows, our Christmas breakfast tradition may change, but for now we really enjoy it. Hoping that your holidays are fun and family filled, too!