What to Buy for Christmas Brunch

The key to the perfect Christmas brunch is balancing warm, comforting, flavorful food and extremely easy prep. The last thing you want to do between a flurry of cleaning up mounds of wrapping paper and finding batteries for the new toy your kid (or you) just got is put together an entire feast in the kitchen. Fill your shopping cart with easy Christmas brunch foods, kick back, and play that new Switch game you got. These Christmas brunch ideas will guarantee a cozy, lazy morning without sacrificing some good eats.

Pillsbury Original Icing Cinnamon Rolls

Pillsbury products are truly a gift from above, so it’s no surprise that they get a spot on our list of Christmas brunch ideas. Their original icing cinnamon rolls scream Christmas morning. Imaging waking up to warm, ooey-gooey, soft, and tender cinnamon rolls covered in a river of sweet icing. That is what a Christmas brunch food should be. And this makes for an easy Christmas brunch. Just pop open the can (arguably the hardest part of the whole process), pop them in the oven, and let them fill your house with the delicious aroma of fresh cinnamon rolls.

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Tennessee Pride Sausage and Buttermilk Biscuits

If you’re making Christmas brunch for a bunch of people, buy a box of a dozen of these mini microwavable breakfast sandwiches. Tennessee Pride Sausage and Buttermilk Biscuits are the definition of an easy Christmas brunch food—filling and fun to eat. The sausage patty is the main event; it’s peppery, well spiced, and satisfying. Throw a slice of American cheese on each one for even more flavor or spruce them up even more with our favorite sausage gravy.

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Three Little Pigs Uncured Bacon & Swiss Egg Bites

If you need a convenient way to include eggs in your Christmas brunch, look no further than these microwavable egg bites. This might be the most convenient, tasty, and filling breakfast product on the market. Sporked managing editor Gwynedd Stuart even went so far as to call them “absolutely flawless.” The bacon is smoky and rich with flavor, the eggs are incredibly silky, and they take about 40 seconds to cook in the microwave. C’mon, this is an easy Christmas brunch food you can’t skip.

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Eggo Thick & Fluffy Cinnamon Brown Sugar Waffles

Cinnamon is always welcome at Christmas brunch. Put the waffle iron away and pull out Eggo Thick & Fluffy Cinnamon Brown Sugar waffles for an easy Christmas brunch. These soft, chewy waffles are ready to be drenched with maple syrup—Buddy the Elf would cry with tears of joy at the sight of these things. Christmas brunch food was made to be this fun and delicious.

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Great Value Shredded Seasoned Potato Hash Brown Patties

Of course we found a way to make hash browns even easier for a truly relaxing Christmas morning. Bring out the patties, baby. No messy pan of oil and flipping needed for these beauts! Just pop them in the oven as you peruse your stocking contents and throw your favorite toppings on top when they’re done. These are perfectly crispy, like the holy grail McDonald’s hash brown patty, but in the comfort of your own home for an easy Christmas brunch!

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About the Author

Vinz Karl

Vinz Karl is a freelance contributor to Sporked and self-proclaimed Guy Fieri superfan. He believes in breakfast supremacy and is on a never-ending mission to try every flavor of Oreo out there. Originally from the Midwest, Vinz now resides in Los Angeles, where you can find him going on hikes, checking out new restaurants, and preparing for his eventual casting on CBS's Survivor.

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