After all, it doesn’t take long to rip open those presents! Don’t stress, it won’t take much to make it fun with a little creativity.
I’m in love with this no-cook spread of treats at the annual Lewis family breakfast at No Fuss Fabulous. Duplicate the look by using scrapbook paper for the whipped cream cans, and stack cake platters for the towers.
Are you all up in the snow for Christmas? When everyone comes back inside from playing, welcome them with a hot cocoa bar. Check this one out with adorable marshmallow dunkers and other sweet goodies from Wants And Wishes Design via The Hostess Blog. Those dunkers are so easy to make, I do them all the time! Set out candy canes and cookies and you’re set.
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If you are like us in Seattle and not having a white Christmas, how about hosting your own Snow Day Breakfast by whipping up these cute snowmen pancakes from The Shabby Nest.
Cereal never looked so cute with this buffet from Green Shoes Wedding, just break out your favorite glass containers, create a few labels and voila.
This North Pole Breakfast from Giggle Galore has lots of easy ideas using printables from Shindig Parties, right now only $9. See how a few labels and fun paper plates makes a difference? Remember, you don’t need to break the bank to make your Christmas breakfast distract everyone from their new gifts.
The Mama’s Guide to Christmas Recipes
Christmas. All the things. Are you ready? One of the most exciting aspects of Christmas is the food and treats. We have the recipes we love. The recipes we don’t. We all have our favorites and make no mistake, the foods and goodies we surround ourselves at Christmas time enhance the Christmas spirit and make this special holiday memorable. Today’s Mama wanted to share all of the Christmas recipes, tips, secrets, and hacks we’ve come to love and enjoy. To learn more about why we love Christmas and the foods it brings, check out our extensive guide to Christmas recipes.