With only 4 days until Christmas it is time to start thinking about what you will serve for Christmas morning breakfast! On the most exciting, busy, and memorable morning of the year you, of course, want to serve a fantastic breakfast your family will love – but when will you find time to make it? Luckily I’ve got you covered with these 16 Dietitian Approved Christmas Morning Breakfast Ideas! Not only are these recipes as nutritious as they are delicious, but they are super easy to prepare the night before so you will be able to enjoy Christmas morning without the worry of any more cooking and cleaning.
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Recipes from the American Diabetes Association
For my Health in a Hand Basket news segment this week on Good Day Rochester I featured 3 amazing recipes courtesy of the American Diabetes Association. I picked these recipes because they are so easy to prepare the night before, all you have to do in the morning is throw the pan in the oven and enjoy! Here are the following recipes that were featured in this news segment:
The following recipes are from the nutrition experts – dietitians!
Vegan Coconut Banana Bread by Emily Kyle Nutrition
Now that is a lot of delicious looking breakfast recipes. Whatever you decide to make for your family on Christmas morning, I hope you find yourself enjoying nutritious and delicious food as stress free as possible! Have a wonderful holiday and enjoy the time you have with your family.
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