Christmas morning can be crazy, right? Crazy fun and crazy beautiful and crazy crazy. Then there’s Christmas dinner to prepare, relatives to visit…whatever your Christmas day looks like. It tends to rush on from the moment you open your eyes til after everyone leaves and you’re left in the quietness and mess. Hopefully, you’ll be able to take time in in the midst of half-assembled toys to bask in the glow of the twinkle lights and reflect on the true light.
To help you keep some calm on Christmas morn, may I suggest an easy breakfast that your kids can make? I plan to let them. Truly. I plan to let my daughter prepare this while I sit and sip coffee.
Here’s what she’ll need:
Any refrigerated canned biscuits (The amount you need will depend on the size of the pan you are using. For the bell pan above, I used two cans.)
Cinnamon (1-2 tablespoons)
Brown and White Sugar (An equal mixture of the two. One cup of each will give you more than you need, but you can always put it in a container to use for things like Cinnamon Toast later.)
Simple Sugar Glaze (Mix a few tablespoons of milk with powdered sugar until you get a consistency that is able to be drizzled on the finished bread.)
To make them:
Cut each biscuit into fourths.
Dredge each piece of biscuit in the sugar mixture. (My mom dips them in melted butter first. If you want a more gooey bread, do that!)
Just keep placing the pieces in the pan at random until you have filled it at least 2/3 full.
Bake at 350 until golden brown. Turn out onto a plate and allow to cool for a few minutes before drizzling sugar glaze.
We used a bell pan that was my mom’s this time, but we have also used a regular bundt pan. A Christmas Tree pan would be perfect, too!
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