Make your Christmas Eve Brunch memorable with a delicious menu and simple, yet festive decor. Create the merry and bright to kick off your two days of celebrating Christmas.

Make your CHRISTMAS EVE BRUNCH memorable with this insanely delicious menu and simple, yet very festive decor. Make this season merry & bright.

I look forward to Christmas Day brunch more than the main meal. So I loved it when my friends and I combined some of our holiday favorites to create this menu for Christmas Eve Brunch.

While we typically eat our brunch on Christmas Day I know this isn’t traditional. With that said this year I will be using a more than a few of these ideas, especially the decor and my German Chocolate Cake Cookies. There is a reason these cookies are one of my most popular recipes.

So are you ready for Christmas? Are you done planning your menus? Buying and wrapping presents?

If not we are here to help you. This year not only am I sharing this delicious menu but I have a few other food & decor round-ups that will help; 50 of the Best Holiday Cookies50 of the Best Holiday Candies and 50 of the Best DIY Christmas Decorations.

Need some gift ideas, check out a few things that we got our kids this year.

All of my boys are still into LEGOS! Ages 7, 10, and 14 – all of them still have this on their Christmas list. The biggest LEGO request this year – Marvel Legos. By the way, Amazon has had a great deal on these for that last week and I am sure it will stay pretty close to that way up until Christmas.

Then large stuffed animals were another thing that was a repeat on 3 of my kids’ lists. From stuffed panda to sloth, we had a few of these on our Santa lists.

Leg warmers were another request, we have a dancer on our hands.

Then, of course, a Go-Pro {we got a much cheaper one with great reviews!} and Virtual Reality Goggles {Santa was really nice this year}.


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Make your CHRISTMAS EVE BRUNCH memorable with this insanely delicious menu and simple, yet very festive decor. Make this season merry & bright.

Baked Goat Cheese Roasted Cranberry Appetizer from Honey and Birch

Cranberry Coffee Cake from Yellow Bliss Road

Cinnamon Apple Dutch Baby Pancake from Your Homebased Mom

Easy Oven Baked Scrambled Eggs from Julie’s Eats and Treats

Bourbon Molasses Glazed Ham from Sweet C’s

Golden Butter Waffles from The Baker Upstairs

Baked Eggnog French Toast from The Reluctant Entertainer

Cheesy Egg Casserole from Crazy for Crust

Tricolor Christmas Cupcakes from Tidy Mom

German Chocolate Cake Cookies from A Dash of Sanity

Festive Giant Cupcake from The Cookie Writer

Green & Gold Christmas Table from Celebrations at Home

Simple Rustic Christmas Tablescape with Printable Placecards from Live Laugh Rowe

Jingle All the Way Free Printable from Eighteen25

This post was brought to you by:

Yellow Bliss Road | The Cookie Writer | The Baker Upstairs | Sweet C’s | Your Homebased Mom | Reluctant Entertainer
A Dash of Sanity | Julie’s Eats & Treats |Honey and Birch | Tidy Mom | Celebrations At Home | Eighteen25 | Live Laugh Rowe | Crazy for Crust

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  1. I like that you mentioned that pancakes and waffles can be very good options for brunch. I prefer to have something savory though so maybe calzones would be perfect for a Christmas brunch this coming December. Since my family will be staying home for the holidays, I think we will just try to make up for it with good food.

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