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#1 Tue 20 Nov 12 4:34pm

andy_williams95

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Christmas Breakfast

Hi Guys

I am in charge of a breakfast club in a school in Wales and a child came up to me and asked ca we have a Christmas breakfast. What does children have for breakfast on Christmas day!!!  help

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#2 Tue 20 Nov 12 6:53pm

Kye

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Re: Christmas Breakfast

Almond topped spiced peaches
Apple raisin crpes
Mini pots of jam with croissants and pastries

Christmas morning crowns served with vanilla ice cream
http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/26330/c … ning+crown

Ask the kids  smile

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#3 Tue 20 Nov 12 7:29pm

Grandmadamada

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Re: Christmas Breakfast

they, we are finally allowed to open a ... the first panettone and heat it a little in the oven, if adults ask for panettone before that morning comes the young make him her  oops saying these are not the rules they have been thaught, even the ones brought home the last day of work, are kept there waiting hmm ............ we have time to be fed up with panettone after the Xmas holidays are gone and we do not dare to step on or even look at a bilancia shocked

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#4 Tue 20 Nov 12 8:19pm

Kye

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Re: Christmas Breakfast

Panettone  yummy

Dropped scones are a favorite too since always for the early ones.

We also have savoury pain surprise for those that sleep late.
http://www.jamieoliver.com/bloggers/vie … p?id=38888

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#5 Wed 21 Nov 12 10:58am

hippytea

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Re: Christmas Breakfast

We tend to opt for porridge, but then, we're Scottish. Slaves to the mighty oat.

I'd say any treat breakfast will do. I'd recommend pancakes (dropped scones, as Kye said) or maybe French toast or toasted pannetone, as all these are easy to do for a crowd.

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#6 Wed 21 Nov 12 2:23pm

koukouvagia

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Re: Christmas Breakfast

I make a very special Christmas breakfast every year, but every year it's something different.  Usually a strata or a fritatta, a french toast casserole, home fries, compound butters, lots of bacon and sausage.

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#7 Wed 21 Nov 12 3:11pm

mummy2704

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Re: Christmas Breakfast

In my house we have a bacon sandwhich every year, its really the one and only time I eat a bacon sandwhich.  Boxing day is the same.  I do fancy a change this year, I think on boxing day I am going to make homemade cranberry granola with natural yoghurt with honey my 6 year old would love this!!! I am also considering making Jamies pear pancakes with natural yoghurt and honey as these are delish!!!!!

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#8 Wed 21 Nov 12 5:00pm

hippytea

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Re: Christmas Breakfast

Don't know why I didn't mention a bacon sandwich! And homemade granola, mmm, you could put dried cranberries and Christmas spices in it.

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#9 Thu 22 Nov 12 12:13am

Birdymum

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Re: Christmas Breakfast

It all sounds good, we usually have something simple but filling like croissants or fruit and tea or rice porridge or toasted Christmas bread.

The strict rule is no presents until after breakfast is finished and lunch is in the oven cooking slowly. I am an evil mother  evil to make them wait.

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#10 Thu 22 Nov 12 6:54am

wildly organic

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Member since Fri 26 Sep 08

Re: Christmas Breakfast

what is a bacon sandwich? is it bacon and toasted bread?  smile

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