There’s nothing quite like Christmas morning! Here are 21 gluten-free recipes to make for Christmas breakfast.
This gluten-free coffee cake is an easy—and delicious—recipe for Christmas breakfast.
Get the recipe —> Gluten-Free Coffee Cake
Bakery-style gluten-free corn muffins–without a trip to the bakery! These are sweet and tender. And taste wonderful toasted and spread with butter.
Get the recipe —>Gluten-Free Corn Muffins
This gluten-free cranberry bread looks festive and, if I dare say, tastes like the holidays.
Get the recipe —>Gluten-Free Cranberry Bread
Feeling ambitious? Make a batch of gluten-free beignets! These taste best right out of the fryer. So you might want to wait until after presents are opened to whip up a batch.
Get the recipe —> Gluten-Free Beignets
Fluffy gluten-free pancakes taste extra-special on Christmas morning. It’s a fact.
Get the recipe —> Easy Gluten-Free Pancakes
There’s nothing plain about these simple gluten-free sour cream muffins. They’re light and sweet and go great with a cup of coffee–or hot cocoa!
Get the recipe —> Gluten-Free Sour Cream Muffins
A gluten-free soft roll, toasted and served with a hot cup of coffee is a great Christmas breakfast for parents who spent all night helping Santa wrap presents.
Get the recipe —> Gluten-Free Soft Rolls
Chocolate on Christmas morning? Yes please! Especially when it’s tucked into this gluten-free peanut butter banana bread!
Get the recipe —> Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Banana Bread with Chocolate Chips
Peanut butter banana not your thing? I get it. How about a batch of gluten-free chocolate chip muffins?
Get the recipe —> Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Muffins
Gluten-free doughnut holes somehow manage to taste even better than gluten-free doughnuts. I don’t know why. I just know it’s true.
Get the recipe —> Gluten-Free Doughnut Holes
Sure we all love pumpkin bread in the fall but, happy news, it tastes just as good (maybe better?) on Christmas morning!
Get the recipe —> Gluten-Free Pumpkin Bread
Frozen blueberries make it easy to make gluten-free blueberry muffins at the end of December!
Get the recipe —> Gluten-Free Blueberry Muffins
Santa loves gluten-free waffles. How do I know this? He told me.
Get the recipe —> Gluten-Free Waffles
Making a gluten-free panettone requires a bit of planning but it’s worth it! (What’s panettone? A classic Italian yeast bread that’s studded with dried fruit. It’s so good!)
Get the recipe —> Gluten-Free Panettone
While you were busy wrapping presents, those bananas on your counter were busy turning brown. No problem! Use them up in a batch of gluten-free banana muffins!
Get the recipe —> Gluten-Free Banana Muffins
Did you know you can make doughnuts without pulling out the fryer? You can! These glazed gluten-free chocolate doughnuts are so easy and so tasty!
Get the recipe —> Gluten-Free Baked Chocolate Doughnuts
“I don’t want none unless you got buns, hon.” Sir Mix a Lot was clearly talking about these gluten-free cinnamon bun waffles. ?
Get the recipe —> Gluten-Free Cinnamon Bun Waffles
Gluten-free cinnamon raisin bread taste great toasted and spread with butter? And! It’s also amazing turned into French toast. That’s a win-win.
Get the recipe —> Gluten-Free Cinnamon Raisin Bread
Baking for a grain-free friend on Christmas morning? These paleo apple muffins are a perfect treat!
Get the recipe —> Paleo (Grain-Free) Apple Muffins
Scones are so pretty and so yummy! These gluten-free pumpkin scones were inspired by the ones Starbucks once sold, so you know they’re good!
Get the recipe —> Gluten-Free Pumpkin Scones
(Because sometimes you just want a piece of toast on Christmas morning.)
Did you enjoy a big meal on Christmas Eve? Then maybe you’re in the mood for a cup of tea and a slice of toast on Christmas morning. That sounds good to me!
Get the recipe —> Gluten-Free Sandwich Bread