When I became a mother I knew I wanted our family to experience annual holiday traditions my children could look back at one day fondly.  Christmas Eve is typically when my husband and I wrap presents late into the night while listening to music making sure everything is ready for when Santa visits our house. 

Because I know myself well enough to know I probably won’t be sleeping in the next morning, I make it a point to prepare a Christmas Breakfast Casserole on Christmas Eve so that by morning, all I have to do is bake it.  Sounds easy enough, right? Right!  In my opinion, it is very hard to fail at baking a casserole.

Below are five casseroles I’ve rounded up from around the blogosphere for you to make Christmas morning.  If you’ve been thinking about starting a memorable and edible holiday tradition, consider making a breakfast casserole.  Not only will your family appreciate a nice warm breakfast, you can relish in enjoying an effortless breakfast while watching your kids open their presents underneath the Christmas tree.

Smoked Salmon Egg Casserole with Dill and Potatoes by Cookin Canuck


Chicken Sausage and Egg Casserole by My Kitchen Addiction


Eggs Florentine Casserole by The Pioneer Woman

Easy Potato and Bacon Breakfast Casserole by Our Best Bites

Sausage Breakfast Casserole by Bran Appetit

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  • Nelson

    I love the way that foods are paired in these suggested recipes. It is a fact that some chefs find the oddest ingredients to pair in their foods, but these are definitely family friendly.
    Thanks for the suggestions.

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  • cheryl nagy

    none of these contain particularly healthful ingredients . when they do , such as Salmon , the rest of the ingred negate any health benefits