Recipe // Harmons Christmas Brunch

December 4, 2015

Christmas Brunch is something that my family and I look forward to each year, and holds some very special memories.
I am excited to team up with Harmons Grocery and the Harmons Bloggers to bring you the ultimate list of recipes to inspire your Holiday Brunch.
Savory and sweet, we have you covered with some amazing recipes that I have tasted and give my whole hearted approval!  So, sit back and relax, because we have all sorts of recipe and ideas for your Holiday or Christmas Brunch!
Starting with the sweets, I am sharing the recipe for this Overnight Challah French Toast recipe with Homemade Whipping Cream and Homemade Vanilla Bean syrup.  I hope it becomes a family favorite and a recipe you will use time and time again.  They are easy and convenient to be able to have ready the night before and just place in the oven when it’s go time!
Jesseca over at One Sweet Appetite is sharing a recipe for Overnight Cinnamon Rolls.  What is Christmas without cinnamon rolls.  So heavenly!
My friend Si, over at A Bountiful Kitchen made this savory Christmas Morning Brioche and Tomato Bake.  It’s almost like a savory bread pudding, so perfect!
Becky from Vintage Mixer completely sold me on her Huevos Rancheros Breakfast Casserole!  This dish was amazing, and totally not something I would have thought of.  I definitely am going to be making this one!
Rachael from La Fuji Mama brought this amazing Cheese and sausage Quiche that was so flavorful, and the crust was perfectly flaky.  She’s the queen of beautiful pie crusts, and now I know they are tasty too!
Can you imagine this being your spread at Christmas morning brunch?  Well, technically it could be! So, head on over grab the recipes, and start planning your Holiday Brunch!
Here’s another round up of all the recipes by all of the Harmons Grocery Bloggers:
This post is sponsored by Harmons Grocery, your neighborhood grocery store.
 
All photos by me.

 

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