Christmas Breakfast Spread

We celebrated Christmas on Christmas Eve so that we could have our special Christmas breakfast that we had planned for the past few months (scheduling issues prevented us from doing it on Christmas morning).

Our Christmas breakfast was a breakfast buffet of sorts and we chose to eat it while unwrapping presents, which turned out to be a very smart idea! It allowed us each time for bites while the other people were opening presents, since we open them one at a time-taking turns. This year we put numbers each member of the family’s gifts (like say K’s were numbered 1-12 or whatever, Bryan’s were numbered 1-whatever, and mine were 1-whatever), and before opening each present we had to draw numbers from our individual bowls so we knew which present we could open next. K handed out the gifts as needed. It was a really neat system, and I highly suggest it!

Anyway, I thought I’d give y’all a few pictures of our breakfast buffet:
Biscuits:
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Sausage Gravy:
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Bacon and Orange Juice:
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French Toast:
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Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Breakfast Pizza:
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Chocolate Waffles (a la hubby):
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I’ll post pictures of the gift opening when I decide which ones I want to show you, lol.

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Published in: on December 26, 2007 at 10:13 pm  Comments (2)  

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  1. Yummy that all looks so good. I love Christmas Breakfast.

  2. All that looks really good. 🙂


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