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Whether you're opening presents by the tree or just sleeping in on a cozy winter morning, we've got you covered with three easy, make-ahead meals. A little prep the night before is all you need to serve a special occasion-worthy spread that saves time and effort without skimping on festivity or flavor. 

Blueberry-Almond Croissant Breakfast Bake

The best of almond croissants, blueberry muffins, and bread pudding combine in this mouthwatering one-pan breakfast. Assembling the night before allows the easy homemade custard to thoroughly absorb for a tender, moist bite.

Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Hash Brown Bake

This savory casserole is like sitting down for breakfast at your favorite diner. Golden, crispy hash browns layered with bacon, eggs, onions, and cheese is a stick-to-your-ribs crowd-pleaser.

Make-Ahead Crepes

Surprise your family with an elegant French treat that’s easy to make, reheat, and customize countless ways. Serve crepes with tasty fillings like jam, chocolate-hazelnut spread, fruit, or nut butter, and gather everyone at the table to assemble their own.

Pumpkin Pie Spice Oatmeal

Five minutes of prep is all you need to wake up to the warming aromas of a favorite holiday dessert. Slow cooked, pumpkin pie-spiced oatmeal topped with maple syrup and crunchy almonds will keep your family cozy on even the coldest winter mornings. 

Everything Bagel Breakfast Bake

Repurpose leftover bagels and cream cheese into a hearty casserole perfect for Chanukah breakfast. Day-old everything bagels are an ideal canvass for absorbing a savory egg custard in this bake with gooey Colby Jack cheese and a topping of fresh scallions.

French Toast Bread Pudding

Turn an everyday breakfast staple into a delicious dessert-inspired holiday treat. This tender French toast bread pudding is made with challah, a topping of buttery, brown sugared pecans (or swap in walnuts or almonds), and a dusting of confectioners’ sugar.

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