16 Thanksgiving Breakfast Ideas
Dinner is obviously the main event on Thanksgiving, but you still have to plan something to eat earlier in the day if you have a lot of people staying with you, especially if you're planning a late dinner. Here are 16 great ideas for breakfast on Thanksgiving.
These waffles from Half Baked Harvest are a super easy Thanksgiving breakfast. You can make them the night before, so you don't have to add more cooking to your Thanksgiving day schedule.
Craving something sweet? These donuts from Studio DIY are a great morning treat and an opportunity to make sure all of your guests can have a wishbone.
This smoothie from Blissful Basil is a healthy and energizing breakfast perfect to prepare you for a day full of cooking.
This french toast from Self Proclaimed Foodie is another breakfast you can prepare ahead for an easy morning. If you love cranberries on Thanksgiving, this is a way to enjoy more of them.
Oatmeal is an easy meal for a crowd. This one from Cooking Classy is made with caramel and pumpkin pie flavors to get you in the Thanksgiving spirit.
Most people love pancakes, so it is a great choice to feed lots of people. These cranberry pancakes from Half Baked Harvest are sure to please all of your Thanksgiving guests.
Keep it simple by making this Thanksgiving style cream cheese spread from Aggie's Kitchen and serving it with bagels.
These parfaits from Spend with Pennies are a great way to keep a sweet and Thanksgiving flavored breakfast a little bit more healthy.
Get a jump start on your sweet potatoes and you can use them in this breakfast from The Big Man's World, a Thanksgiving twist on beloved avocado toast.
Cinnamon rolls are great on their own, but this recipe from Half Baked Harvest makes them even more delicious by adding cranberries and brie cheese.
These pancakes from Skinny Ms. are creamy and full of fall flavors, but they also contain ingredients that help aid digestion, something you'll need on Thanksgiving.
This quiche from Closet Cooking is a good way to eat a savory breakfast on Thanksgiving. Plus, it's easy to slice up and serve to as many people as you need.
This recipe from Spoon Fork Bacon is French toast made even more delicious with pretzel rolls and pumpkin stuffing.
Apple pie filling is the perfect addition to classic cinnamon rolls. This recipe from Real House Moms is a great excuse to eat dessert flavors for breakfast.
This smoothie from Shugary Sweets is a great warm up for Thanksgiving dinner that will get you ready to eat pie. It keeps it light, though, to leave you ready to eat all that Thanksgiving food.
Prepare for turkey with these turkey shaped donuts from Aww Sam. They are pumpkin flavored, so you get all that lovely fall flavor for breakfast.