Christmas brunch ideas the whole family will love

Hosting a Christmas brunch has never been easier with these quick and easy meal ideas. There’s something here for everyone.

Christmas morning is a magical moment. There’s nothing nicer than waking to the smell of fresh pine and a room full of presents, followed by a delicious, tasty brunch. If there's anything we love about Christmas, it's the opportunity to whip up mouth-watering meals on a whim, so you can get back to enjoying the morning with your loved ones.

It's not Christmas, without a Christmas BBQ. If you're throwing a couple of things on the barbie this Christmas morning, try this twist on a classic, our BBQ Fruit Salad. It’s full of fresh fruit, bursting with flavour and ready to be thrown on a hot barbie. Once cooked, remove it from the barbie and dress with a dollop of yoghurt and berries, and you've got a fresh and healthy breakfast option the whole family will love. And it'll go down well with the sweet tooths in the family!

If you're feeding a crowd on Christmas morning, it always helps to have a dish up your sleeve that's quick to prepare and goes that extra mile. Our Breakfast Parfaits are delicious and will be a hit with whoever you have coming for brunch. They are so easy to put together and you can mix up the toppings with whatever seasonal fruit you have. These easy Breakfast Parfaits are a great way to kickstart your Christmas morning with something a little fresh.

Mimosas. What's not to love? Mimosa’s are a great celebratory Christmas drink. They're delicious and they don't cost and fortune. For those that like to have a drink or two with their Christmas brunch, try our Mimosa recipe here. They complement any Christmas brunch, so what's not to love.

Christmas day is all about spending time with family and friends, the last thing you want to do is spend your time stuck in the kitchen. Our Quick Eggs Benedict is super easy to whip up and it involves minimal effort for maximum outcome. Wash it down with a mimosa and you're well on your way to starting Christmas day right.