I grew up with a rather small family (for those of you who are confused because you know I have 7 siblings, my family tree is very complex and I only grew up with two of my siblings and my mom), which meant Thanksgiving was an extra day off from school with a TON of food. Since we were a small little crew, our Thanksgiving breakfast tradition consisted of McDonalds and Starbucks! I always looked forward to this breakfast because I knew the feast later on in the day would be even more special!
Since I know that some people have bigger families that come in town and spend the whole day together on Thanksgiving I figured I would do a post on some Thanksgiving Breakfast Ideas to help keep your family full whilst they wait for dinner.
First we have Cinnamon Rolls. Now you can make these from a can, there’s no shame in that. But you can also make these pretty homemade cinnamon rolls too. I made these from scratch and I’m telling you it’s not as hard as you think! Here’s the recipe: Chic’n’Savvy Reviews. What I love about these is: 1) you don’t need yeast; 2) you don’t have to wait for the dough to rise; and 3)they aren’t overly sweet!
Second up are these Ham, Egg, and Cheese Breakfast Sliders. These are super simple to make. All you need to buy is: Hawaiian sweet rolls, deli ham, eggs, american cheese. Soft scramble some eggs; cut open the rolls; layer cheese, ham, eggs on the bottom layer of bread; put the top of the rolls back on; and bake in the oven (350 degrees) for 10 minutes; cut along the lines of the rolls and then serve it all up! These are great!
Next we have another easy dish: Lemon Blueberry French Toast Casserole. I love making this dish because you can switch out the ingredients to fit your tastes! I plan on releasing a recipe blog for this dish soon so keep an eye out for it!
Lastly we have a dish that looks really fancy and is great for either Thanksgiving morning or to serve up at a fall brunch: Cinnamon Oatmeal Baked Apples. I hollowed out some apples, baked them with some butter and cinnamon for about 8 minutes, made some oatmeal, spooned the oatmeal with cinnamon and vanilla into the apples, sprinkled some more cinnamon on top, baked the whole thing for about another 8 minutes, let the apples cool down a bit and added some cinnamon sticks for flair!
If you need any further information let me know! I tried most of these recipes out on my co-workers and they loved them! Make sure to check them out!