Tamara Mannelly

Real Food Recipes for Christmas Morning - www.ohlardy.com

Everyone spends Christmas morning a little differently.

Some get up early to see what Santa left under the tree.  Some have big Christmas dinners.  Others relax in the am and open presents slowly.  Some play golf, go to a movie, play board games, attend church…the sky is the limit!

Regardless of how you spend Christmas morning, you need to eat!  So much focus is placed on the holiday desserts and the holiday dinners.  How about breakfast or brunch?

Could you use some real food recipes for Christmas morning?

Well, I hope so!  I asked some of my favorite food bloggers and they gave me their best recipes to help you have a festive Christmas!  Many of these will be enjoyed around the Christmas tree in my house on December 25th!

To see the recipe, just click on the image!  There may be a few recipes that seem similar but all are different and you can choose which sounds good to you!  Enjoy and Happy Holidays!

Let us know which real food recipes for Christmas morning you plan on making!!!

Beverages (non alcoholic)


Beverages (alcoholic)


Pancakes, Breads and Waffles

Savory and Sweet


Real Food Recipes for Christmas Morning - www.ohlardy.com



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One Comment on “Real Food Recipes for Christmas Morning”

  1. Hi there Lardy, thank you so much for all the recipes so easily available and looking forward to what you have in store for us in 2016.
    May you all have a Blessed Christmas.
    Regards Frances from a Blistering Hot South Africa

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