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If there’s one thing my stepmom knows how to do around the holidays, it’s how to keep people fed and full. I’m not even joking. Holidays in the Mintz household start early in the am with a Starbucks run and end in the pm with white chocolate mousse cake or pumpkin pie and they are filled with delicious goodness throughout the entire day. (and don’t even get me started on the glass jars filled with festive peanut m&ms. Please don’t. It’s not pretty for MY ARSE.) But, the most wonderful meal that is served is the giant southern breakfast.

Eggs. Pancakes. Biscuits and gravy. Pumpkin butter. Oatmeal. Fruit.

Did I mention pumpkin butter?

It is A SPREAD. Trust me on this one.

It’s also tradition that I wouldn’t dare bring up to Canada and try to recreate. This meal doesn’t belong anywhere but in Grammy Doris’ kitchen. Breakfast never gets this good and fancy around here. Pancakes, maybe. (Pink ones once!) Cereal. Donuts. Eggs, occasionally. The word spread does not enter our breakfast lexicon.

It’s something I always look forward to.

It’s something I always enjoy.

And it’s something I always wear my elastic-waist pants for.

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  2. When I was a kid, all special mornings got sweet rolls from the tube. I’m considering borrowing a breadmaker and having homemade sweet rolls this year.

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    Comment by Avie on October 26, 2010
  3. I just got married this year, and we are trying to figure out what traditions we want to have for the holidays :)

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    Comment by susie on October 26, 2010
  4. We’ve never had a breakfast tradition. I think I will start one that involves pimento cheese.

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    Comment by Kristabella on October 26, 2010
  5. We make Pilsbury Orange Sweet Rolls for Christmas morning. Something about the orange flavored glaze always reminds me of the holidays.

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    Comment by Karen on October 26, 2010
  6. We do a special Christmas day breakfast. My grandma makes an egg bake (yum) someone usually makes pull apart caramel rolls and we might have biscuits and gravy. Yum. Can’t wait for this year!

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    Comment by One Mom (Kristina) on October 26, 2010
  7. I always have to make the lemon meringue pie. Everyone else that has tried has failed miserably. I make it for my dad, who always requests it without fail.

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    Comment by Sarah on October 26, 2010
  8. No breakfast traditions, really. And now I feel left out.

    Sometimes on Christmas my mom made eggs, and we warm up leftover prime rib from Christmas Eve dinner to have steak and eggs.

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    Comment by melissa on October 26, 2010
  9. We would always have mettwurst for breakfast on Christmas morning. My German grandparents started the tradition and we carry it on still today.

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    Comment by Melissa on October 26, 2010
  10. At Christmas my mother makes FRESH donuts – awesome, I have to tell you. My gram recipe and always eagerly anticipated. My sister always seems to go the extra mile for her crew on the weekend. I can ALWAYS count on her for pancakes and piles of bacon. Bacon is beautiful!!

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    Comment by Rae Ann on October 26, 2010
  11. We don’t have a lot of breakfast traditions for holidays either – unless you count mimosas with freshly squeezed juice. (Mmmm… mimosas…) I’m thinking now that we have kids, maybe we should start.

    Oh and I’m only Jew-ish, so on Christmas I make potato latkes with smoked salmon. And caviar. (See? Jew-ish.)

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    Comment by Grumble Girl on October 26, 2010
  12. Being an Aussie I always loved the idea of thanksgiving. So I would gather 15 – 25 friends together and get everyone to bring a plate, we always had turkey but we also ended up with random items like meat pie (an aussie staple) and pavlova along with a pignata I know everyone wants to know why. We have no excuse except a bunch of dizzy tipsy adults with a stick is funny. Now living in the US I try to be traditional down to the succotash.

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    Comment by Melannie on October 26, 2010
  13. To the woman above who mentioned lemon meringue pie – THAT is our day-after-Thanksgiving tradition. That pie for breakfast is heavenly!! :)

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    Comment by Katherine on October 26, 2010
  14. We do a Christmas morning omelet with red and green peppers. And mimosas. Which is paramount in helping us deal with all. the. family.

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    Comment by rkmama on October 26, 2010
  15. We always get together with the family on Christmas Day and have breakfast together. The family that we were with on Christmas Eve night. We walk two doors down to my Aunt’s house in our pjs.

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    Comment by Tammi Marie on October 26, 2010
  16. Christmas morning my Mom makes this delicious breakfast casserole with eggs, jimmy dean sausage, cheese and a whole bunch of yumminess. When we walk in the house Christmas morning we can smell it in the oven. Heavenly. And then of course, there’s pie to top you off. Because who doesn’t have pie for breakfast during holidays?

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    Comment by Katie on October 26, 2010
  17. have you ever had matzo meal pancakes? my mom makes them for passover. it’s fabulous.

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    Comment by Rachel on October 26, 2010
  18. Christmas morning we open our presents at our house really early, which isn’t hard to do since the kids will NOT let us sleep in. Then we go to my in-laws house for a big breakfast of eggs, bacon, sausage, biscuits, cinnamon rolls, juice. When we are so full we can’t stand it, the kids open the presents that the grandparents got for them. Always a great morning.

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    Comment by mommabird2345 on October 26, 2010
  19. Because you dared me… Matzo brei on Passover!

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    Comment by Ahava on October 26, 2010
  20. Our Christmas morning breakfast is my dad’s scrambled eggs, my mom’s biscuits, crisp bacon, and that bread with the fruit in it (it’s Italian – I’m blanking on the name). Then we open presents!

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    Comment by Emily P on October 26, 2010
  21. i made pink pancakes once, they kind of looked like fried bubble gum? but they were still just as good. :)

    At my house on Christmas we have the same breakfast every year, bacon, scrambled eggs, and toast, but before we eat any of that we have a cinnamon bun hot and fresh from the oven. mmm. oh, and the clementines from our stockings. my mother never fails to put fruit in the bottom. :)

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    Comment by Shannon on October 26, 2010
  22. We love our homemade waffles with strawberries and maple syrup on Christmas morning and birthdays!

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    Comment by Dina on October 26, 2010
  23. We make cinnamon buns on Christmas morning.

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    Comment by Mami2jcn on October 26, 2010
  24. When I was growing up, on Christmas morning we’d wake up really early and each kid would get to open one present while Mum made breakfast. Every year it was the same breakfast: bacon, eggs, toast and stewed tomatoes. I’ve never eaten stewed tomatoes for any other reason and now it doesn’t feel like Christmas without them.

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    Comment by Jessica on October 26, 2010
  25. We always have orange cinnamon rolls on Christmas morning. MMM.

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    Comment by Cyndi on October 26, 2010
  26. The closest we come to a breakfast tradition is that I pick up coffee for everyone on my way to my Mom’s on Christmas morning to help set up.

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    Comment by Beth G on October 26, 2010
  27. We go to my mother’s house on Christmas Eve, and she bakes and cooks tons of food, so we bring home leftovers (ham and rolls) to eat for breakfast after we open presents on Christmas morning.

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    Comment by Beth on October 26, 2010
  28. Coffee is the only tradition that we follow around here. Nothing happens without coffee.

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    Comment by Erin Faye on October 26, 2010
  29. We always do a yummy egg and hash brown casserole on Christmas morning. Make it up the night before and you’re good to go in the am!

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    Comment by Melissa on October 26, 2010
  30. we always have scrambled eggs and sausage balls (yeah, i know, they are supposed to be an appetizer!) for christmas breakfast. they are easy to make ahead of time and just throw in the oven while you make a huge pan of eggs. viola, you haven’t missed christmas morning!

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    Comment by lee on October 26, 2010
  31. Christmas morning we always have coffee & Bailey’s and a make-ahead egg casserole (usually try a new recipe each year).

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    Comment by sheri on October 26, 2010
  32. Given that my parents couldn’t even get me to eat breakfast, there are no breakfast traditions. But coming from a Jewish family, there is no shortage of other food traditions in our household!

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    Comment by Karen on October 26, 2010
  33. Our family has my dad’s ‘special recipe’ pancakes for almost all holiday breakfasts. It is something that I look forward to because it is the symbolism so much more than the actual ‘special recipe’ pancakes.

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    Comment by Jess on October 26, 2010
  34. Every Christmas My mom would make fried cube steak, grits and her famous homemade biscuits. Apparently it was a favorite breakfast she and my dad remembered from childhood.

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    Comment by Ann on October 26, 2010
  35. Christmas Crepes which are fruit,honey and Ice cream crepes!!!YAY!
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    Comment by meeyeehere aka Rache on October 26, 2010
  36. Honey sizzlers sausage. We always had them for Christmas morning breakfast when I was growing up. Now that I have kids we always just plan on a big yummy breakfast of our favourite breakfast treats.

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    Comment by Shan on October 26, 2010
  37. Hot gooey cinnamon buns every Christmas morning. Worth getting up at 5 am for!

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    Comment by Amanda Brown on October 26, 2010
  38. No holiday tradition, but a sunday morning tradition of banana pancakes!

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    Comment by Haven on October 26, 2010
  39. No Christmas food tradition – but we always start the day with Mimosa’s! Can’t ever go wrong there!

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    Comment by Katy on October 26, 2010
  40. Breakfast?! Who has time to cook breakfast when you’re busy slaving over the stove to serve your family and guests the actual holiday meal in a timely fashion. I barely have time to put myself together before the doorbell rings.

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    Comment by maria on October 26, 2010
  41. back in the day my grandparents/parents always cooked up a big english breakfast that included blood pudding on christmas morning. Now that I have my own family we do an amazing baked french toast recipe for christmas.

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    Comment by erin on October 26, 2010
  42. My family has a birthday breakfast tradition that includes white fish, sturgon kipper salmon and lox and bagels and eggs. (why yes, we are Jewish)

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    Comment by Rachel on October 26, 2010
  43. It has always been tradition to eat cake for holiday breakfast. Depending on the holiday, it can be honey cake, cheesecake, almond-sherry cake, ice cream cake or birthday cake. Gotta love them holidays.

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    Comment by Lan on October 26, 2010
  44. We aren’t concerned with a Christmas dinner, but we ALWAYS have a huge breakfast, right after the presents get opened. It’s awesome.

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    Comment by EdieKate on October 26, 2010
  45. Breakfast tradition.. leftovers do the trick.. frying up the stuffing some mashed potato and adding some gravy. :) HAPPY.

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    Comment by Susan Knight on October 26, 2010
  46. We have homemade cinnamon buns that my husband makes (that’s right, my husband!) that are AMAZING…sometimes we even have funky colours of icing too.

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    Comment by erin on October 26, 2010
  47. We really do not have a single special day breakfast tradition. I do like to have orange rolls (which in my opinion are miles better than cinnamon rolls) on special days before a bigger, hearty breakfast

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    Comment by tammigirl on October 26, 2010
  48. for christmas i cook crockpot french toast, I have never heard of pumpkin butter before though.
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    Comment by Tabathia B on October 26, 2010
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    Comment by Tabathia B on October 26, 2010
  50. Every Christmas I can remember we also had the same menu, which included stuffed turkey, bread dumplings and red cabbage. YUM!!! Now I do the same with my family – my father talks the recipes down the phone to me from Canada. Of course, Christmas here is usually celebrated in 40+C weather….eating a HOT-northern hemisphere type meal LOL…while everyone else is eating cold seafood at the beach!

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    Comment by Heidi on October 26, 2010
  51. We always had donuts on Christmas morning. Cake donuts with white frosting and red and green sprinkles. Yum!

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    Comment by alison on October 26, 2010
  52. My mom makes the whole country breakfast spiel- biscuits (Grands, momma don’t bake), Jimmy Dean sausage, bacon. Man, I miss biscuits.

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    Comment by slynnro on October 26, 2010
  53. Not a holiday, but growing up, we had Pillsbury cinnamon rolls every Sunday before church. 10 years later, I still crave those rolls before church. And, now I’m hungry & want cinnamon rolls & bacon.

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    Comment by Spring on October 27, 2010
  54. We don’t have a breakfast tradition, but after reading this, I think I might have to start the cinnamon roll breakfast on Christmas morning! I’ve made sticky buns before that sit out overnight to rise. You just pop them in the over the next morning. Might have to do a variation on that.

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    Comment by Wombat Central on October 27, 2010
  55. My husband is generally the cook. He makes a great breakfast. I do make really good crepes only thing that sucks about that is when the family wants crepes I have to get up early and make them.

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    Comment by Cleo on October 27, 2010
  56. Sweet Rolls on Christmas. And the new tradition I started last year is Coconut Creamer in my coffee. Only available at Christmas. To. Die. For.

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    Comment by Liz on October 27, 2010
  57. Our Christmas tradition is an egg souffle and homemade rolls (either cinnamon or caramel – depends on who is making them). Mmmmmm!!!! CanNOT wait for the holidays!

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    Comment by Jen on October 27, 2010
  58. Our holiday food tradition is Christmas Eve. We have tamales, queso, straw hat dip (a bean/chili dip) and 7 layer dip. Sounds strange, but we look forward to it every year. Probably a Texas thing.

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    Comment by Christina on October 27, 2010
  59. Pumpkin butter just omg.

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    Comment by Kami on October 27, 2010
  60. No holiday breakfast tradition, but we have a garage sale breakfast tradition. My mom always make sticky pecan rolls. Yummy.

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    Comment by soukii on October 27, 2010
  61. Christmas morning is always homemade blueberry pancakes :)

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    Comment by Amelia on October 27, 2010
  62. No holiday breakfast tradition, but on Saturdays we have french toast or pancakes.

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    Comment by Maria on October 27, 2010
  63. I always make Croissant Bread Pudding for Christmas morning breakfast-I make mine with leftover eggnog, and it’s ready to eat by the time presents have been opened.

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    Comment by Amberlea on October 27, 2010
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    Comment by eunice b on October 27, 2010
  65. We don’t have a special tradition for breakfast only on Saturdays when our schedule is relaxed and less rigid we enjoy french toast, scrambled eggs or cheese grits! :-)

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    Comment by eunice b on October 27, 2010
  66. Our ritual consists of me cooking breakfast every morning. Scrambled eggs, sometimes waffles, crepes, french toast, or oatmeal. Then I help the kiddos get ready! On holidays we always make a little something holiday related for breakfast, like Boo-Berry Muffins!

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    Comment by Heather S on October 27, 2010
  67. saturday morning waffles! hello! and at my parents’ house when there’s a crew it’s breakfast lasagna and….bacon!

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    Comment by Julie on October 27, 2010
  68. omg .. I want your Doris to be my other mom .. truly she is awesome!!

    Thanksgiving we always have a turkey, with all of the fixing of course – and then do it all again at Christmas!

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    Comment by Sarah on October 27, 2010
  69. On Christmas morning we make Berries & Cream French Toast!

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    Comment by Katy P on October 27, 2010
  70. It’s just my daughter and I, and my mom is alone now always spends the night with us Christmas Eve (she lives just a couple of miles away.) We go out for an early dinner Christmas Eve–somewhere special–and just “hang out” the rest of the evening together. Christmas morning I always make waffles using the recipe from the Joy of Cooking. I serve them with home made applesauce, home made cranberry chutney, real maple syrup and (of course) BACON!

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    Comment by Sheryl on October 27, 2010
  71. Christmas morning we have smoked salmon on toast and champagne! It’s usually devoured very quickly! :D

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    Comment by Xandra on October 27, 2010
  72. Easter morning – hardboiled eggs (because my mom would colour 2 dozen of them)& this special cheese bread, a Cypriot Easter specialty, or toasted sweet bread (Greek Easter bread) with butter…mmmm!

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    Comment by Maria on October 27, 2010
  73. We have these delicious Finnish tarts for breakfast during the holidays. I want to eat one right this very second.

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    Comment by Rhi on October 27, 2010
  74. No holiday traditions for breakfast other than Christmas, but for this one we do the same traditional brunch/breakfast for the past 2+ decades! After gift opening on Christmas morning, we make heart shaped waffles with strawberries and whipped cream, baked omelets, sweet rolls, and breakfast meats. then we dive into the homemade holiday treat trays!

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    Comment by Eileen on October 28, 2010
  75. tweeted this!

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    Comment by Eileen on October 28, 2010
  76. Christmas morning is our specific tradition. Breakfast casserole and french toast. Great family time.

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    Comment by Kristi Miller on October 28, 2010
  77. We don’t really have any holiday breakfast traditions, but after all the talk about it, I’m thinking of bringing back hot cocoa for the winter holiday mornings.

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    Comment by Sunshyn V on October 28, 2010
  78. Mmmmm bacon. Ha.

    I always make homemade cinnamon rolls on Christmas morning. Homemade by Pillsbury, but still. ;)

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    Comment by Issa on October 28, 2010
  79. we don’t have any holiday breakfast traditions..because every year every holiday seems to be diff’t if i were to start one i think cinnamon rolls on christmas morning would be good
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    Comment by nan lara on October 28, 2010
  80. On Christmas Eve my mom makes her yummy breakfast casserole.
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    Comment by Heather Henderson on October 29, 2010
  81. tweeted
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    Comment by Heather Henderson on October 29, 2010
  82. Christmas morning always means quiche and homemade cinnamon rolls!

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    Comment by Darcy on October 29, 2010
  83. Is it too late to enter? Our breakfast tradition involves trying not to kill one another before lunchtime. We are not morning people.

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    Comment by Corey on October 29, 2010
  84. My aunt made these horrible dry breakfast bun Christmas trees for the family. Glazed and then “decorated” with those green and red dyed out-of-a-jar cherries. We had to wait until after breakfast to open gifts but it was like choking down sawdust – the adults seemed to enjoy every morsel. Now that I look back on it I think they were laughing the whole time – I need to ask Mom.

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    Comment by Darlene on October 29, 2010
  85. We each have our favorite sugary (bad!) cereal wrapped under the tree, after we open all of our gifts (and cereal) on Christmas morning we all get to eat a big bowl of our favorite treat cereal!

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    Comment by Shannon F. on October 29, 2010
  86. Don’t have any yearly special traditions, but we usually have special breakfast days on the weekend with pancakes, bacon and eggs! :-) That is also the only time I allow myself the treat of having coffee! Thanks! kmassman gmail

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    Comment by Kelly Massman on October 29, 2010
  87. There aren’t any breakfast traditions in our household, but I hope to start the tradition of letting the birthday boy or girl choose the breakfast menu!

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    Comment by Colleen on October 29, 2010
  88. Also tweeted: http://twitter.com/sunnymum/status/29140899598

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    Comment by Colleen on October 29, 2010
  89. Christmas day is the only time. I host the family brunch

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    Comment by Judith on October 29, 2010
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    Comment by Judith on October 29, 2010
  91. Major holiday mornings are just a bowl of cereal, because we want to save our appetites for all of the goodies that start coming a little bit later in the day!

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    Comment by Tracy Robertson on October 29, 2010
  92. Weekends and holidays are for bacon and eggs after healthy weekday breakfasts.

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    Comment by Lewis F on October 29, 2010
  93. New Years Day we all go to my parents house and eat pancakes and hamburger with gravy. It is good and the only day we eat it.

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    Comment by Susan S on October 29, 2010
  94. no particular special breakfast tradition. Just eating breakfast as a family on weekends, and sometimes as a treat, having a family favorite, not necessarily for a holiday

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    Comment by Janice on October 29, 2010
  95. Our Christmas morning tradition is Sour Dough pancakes!! I *L-O-V-E* them! I have the starter, but I am horrible about making them for myself and my family – so Christmas Eve Mom preps the batter and then Christmas morning she makes them! YUMMO!!

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    Comment by Sara @Doodle741 on October 29, 2010
  96. We have a beautiful Christmas meal with all the traditional food…I love that tradition! We have French Toast Casserole!

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    Comment by Leah on October 30, 2010
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    Comment by Leah on October 30, 2010
  98. Hi, our morning tradition on Christmas Day is to have chocolate chip waffles. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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    Comment by shala_darkstone on October 30, 2010
  99. Christmas eve mornings we have a huge breakfast with just me and my kiddos before going to my parents that evening for supper!

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    Comment by Jennifer on October 30, 2010
  100. Christmas mornings I make cinnamon rolls, breakfast casseroles and bacon and sausage.

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    Comment by Susan Smith on October 30, 2010
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    Comment by Susan Smith on October 30, 2010
  102. Christmas morning is the certainly my favorite morning. My kids are early morning risers, and Christmas morning is no different. They are up usually at about 6am. We watch them open all their presents while my husband and I drink our coffee. The stash of new toys keeps them busy while I start cooking breakfast. Our tradition is french toast (made with my mother’s homemade Challah bread), bacon, eggs, and homemade home fries. We feast and it usually keeps us full and satisfied until Christmas dinner is ready!

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    Comment by Debra F on October 30, 2010
  103. New Years morning we always go out for breakfast!

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    Comment by Norma on October 30, 2010
  104. Easter is ham and eggs and warm cinnamon rolls!

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    Comment by LAMusing on October 30, 2010
  105. I wish we had some holiday breakfast traditions but we don’t. We eat whatever we are in the mood for and it might be cereal or waffles and bacon. I always liked to bake refrigerated cinnamon rolls while the children opened gifts, but I wouldn’t say it was tradition.

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    Comment by Betty C on October 30, 2010
  106. My Mom used to make homemade waffles!

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    Comment by Deb K on October 30, 2010
  107. Holiday breakfasts I make homemade waffles and we have orange juice (we don’t usually have it around for regular breakfast, because the kids drink it all as soon as it is bought).
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    Comment by april yedinak on October 31, 2010
  108. On Christmas morning, we make coffee and open presents. Then I make a big breakfast for everyone, usually scrambled eggs, bacon, and French Toast.

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    Comment by Marcia Goss on October 31, 2010
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    Comment by Marcia Goss on October 31, 2010
  110. Nope, we don’t have special holiday breakfasts just celebrating evbery sunday with eggs and waffles!

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    Comment by Steph on October 31, 2010
  111. No favorite breakfast, all of them are good with Kelloggs cereal
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    Comment by Mary M on October 31, 2010
  112. Christmas day is my favorite breakfast
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    Comment by Mary M on October 31, 2010
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    Comment by Mary M on October 31, 2010
  114. We usually get up early, about 6am and have bacon and eggs with pancakes and then together we start the dinner, love it!
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    Comment by Georgia on October 31, 2010
  115. Tweeted giveaway here!
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    Comment by Georgia on October 31, 2010
  116. That’s cute! I don’t eat regular bacon either. Only because it’s so fatty!
    I love your Starbucks idea. Cool!
    We eat southern style all the time. But, I think I might need some of your pumpkin butter.
    Monkey bread is our holiday morning favorite!

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    Comment by wanda on October 31, 2010
  117. we don’t really have a breakfast tradition – i am ususally soooooo busy cooking our big meal!

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    Comment by Debbie Bellows on October 31, 2010
  118. tweeted about the giveaway
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    Comment by Debbie Bellows on October 31, 2010
  119. I usually make the breakfast casserole that you let set overnight with the eggs and bread in it. It’s so easy to pop in the oven in the morning and that gives me more time to spend with the family!

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    Comment by Kerry on October 31, 2010
  120. We always have breakfast at my house Christmas morning! We invite my aunt and uncle, mom and dad, grandparents – and everyone sits down for a nice family breakfast and my 5 year old son gets to show off his gifts from Santa! This year we’ll have a new addition – I have a baby due in a week, so it will be a little more challenging, but definitely special! I’ll be out on unpaid maternity leave through Christmas, so I would LOVE to win this to help actually purchase our breakfast items. Thanks for the chance! Here’s crossing my fingers!! :)

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    Comment by Jamie on October 31, 2010
  121. Please delete this if it is a duplicate. I can’t find my original tweet comment.
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    Comment by Betty C on November 1, 2010
  122. We like to make taffy apples during the fall. We dip them in caramel sauce, roll them in chocolate chips, sprinkles, or candy corn.

    We give them away as treats for Halloween every year.

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    Comment by PauleyD on November 1, 2010
  123. tweeted

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    Comment by PauleyD on November 1, 2010
  124. We don’t really have a special breakfast for holidays but during the fall and winter months, its very common to find pumpkin bread or cake or donuts on the table!

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    Comment by scott on November 1, 2010
  125. tweeted http://twitter.com/#!/RePurrPu.....9396368145

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    Comment by scott on November 1, 2010
  126. my family goes to IHOP for breakfast EVERY christmas morning

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    Comment by Eve on November 1, 2010
  127. http://twitter.com/shopgurl/status/29398645582
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    Comment by Eve on November 1, 2010
  128. For us its all about pumpkin and apples this time of year. Pumpkin pancakes and fried apples, apple and pumpkin bread or butter…mmmmm

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    Comment by angie on November 1, 2010
  129. I tweeted here: http://twitter.com/#!/FotoMacro/status/29400115353

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    Comment by angie on November 1, 2010
  130. Our Special breakfast day is Easter, Christmas, and a couple unplanned days every couple of months we have breakfast casserole

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    Comment by jamie on November 1, 2010
  131. Holiday mornings and Sunday mornings are always a special morning. We have a big breakfast that varies from week to week as we each take turns picking our favorites! Now that we are older, we all take turns preparing the meal. We turn off the telephone, gather as a family, and share our stories, joke around, and spend quality time together.

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    Comment by kaholly on November 1, 2010
  132. We always have sliced beef gravy with biscuits before we open any presents on Christmas morning.

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    Comment by Jill H on November 1, 2010
  133. Tweeted

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    Thanks so much

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    Comment by Jill H on November 1, 2010
  134. We have special bday days where they get to choose where they go to eat.
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    Comment by Becky Horn on November 1, 2010
  135. We go to Denny’s. They’re always open!

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