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Hi, I am a member of the BrewCrew@Coffee-MateUSA, and I am working on an activity for food items to add to a list for a Christms Brunch. Any suggestions for my list? 1redjellybean
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Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 11/17/2010 11:15 AM EST
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Hi, I am a member of the BrewCrew@Coffee-MateUSA, and I am working on an activity for food items to add to a list for a Christms Brunch. Any suggestions for my list? 1redjellybean

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 11/17/2010 11:40 AM EST
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How about an egg and ham or egg and bacon cassarole or even sausage. 

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 11/17/2010 11:55 AM EST
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Sue's suggestion about an egg and meat casserole is great.  Add hot biscuits and a large of platter of fresh fruit.
I have a good recipe for a crab casserole if you're interested.

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 11/17/2010 12:44 PM EST
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We had a family brunch on Halloween and my daughter in law did scrambled eggs with toppings....sour cream, avocado, salsa, cheese, and green onions.  Everyone liked that a lot.  I did cinnamon rolls and sticky buns...always a big hit!!  My niece brought a tart made out of butternut squash, tomatoes and mushrooms for the vegetarian/vegan members of the family.

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 11/17/2010 2:43 PM EST
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How about monkey puzzle bread?  Easy to make, transport and serve. 

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 11/18/2010 6:41 AM EST
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Different types of quiche.there are several different recipes on this site.This can be served warm or at room temperature and travels well.

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 11/25/2010 10:39 AM EST
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 A variety of cheese slices will add extra flavor.

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 11/26/2010 4:06 PM EST
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MMMMMM everything sounds like I want to transport myself to the Brew Crew Brunch!  LOL

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 11/26/2010 5:50 PM EST
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A restaurant brunch always includes pancakes or waffles.  Could that be done?

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 11/26/2010 8:51 PM EST
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A cardamom coffee cake always goes well with a variety of flavored coffees or teas.

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 11/26/2010 9:58 PM EST
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And  somewhere in this site Tongue out there is a great little recipe for plastic spoons dipped in chocolate, then white chocolate then crushed candy canes .... they are gorgeous and a great idea for any gathering serving coffe - like your brunch.

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 11/26/2010 11:46 PM EST
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All the ideas sound fantastic, monkey bread is good and easy to make. They have one recipe using refrigerator biscuits that u cut up. On site is also a potato casserole made with hash browns the shredded kind. Good luck

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 11/27/2010 4:29 AM EST
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Hi there! I have a"Fench Toast Bundt" recipe that I have made for years. It is not too difficult and use flavores coffee cream as one of its ingredients -since coffe-mate is part of the name of the club,I thought that it might be appropriatefor your brunch. Let me know if you would like the recipe. Enjoy your Christmas Bruch.

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 11/27/2010 3:20 PM EST
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Yes Diane S Please post your recipe for the French Toast Bundt as I would like to try that one.

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 11/29/2010 9:04 AM EST
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In Response to Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?:
Yes Diane S Please post your recipe for the French Toast Bundt as I would like to try that one.
Posted by Elsa M

I am new to this,so it might take a little time to do but here goes: 1package of frozen dinner rolls(thawed but still cold)    2eggs   1/3cup liquid flavored coffee creamer     1/4cup maple syrup    3tbsp butter(melted)    2tbsp sugar       1/2tbsp cinnamon    1/2tsbp  vanilla extract    1/2tsp nutmeg    1/4tsp ginger                      Cut rolls in half. Mix other ingredientsin a bowl . Dip rolls in mixture and place in bundt pan sprayed with non stick spray. Pour remaining mixture over rolls. Cover the pan with wrap and let rise at room temperature until rolls reach the top of the pan              Remove wrap and bake  at 350F for 35 minutes. Invert onto a serving platter. Drizzle with extra syruo and sprinkle with powered sugar. Slice and serve with additional syrup.        I use different flavors of the coffe creamer to go along with the season. Also, I put the pan in the microwave to rise quicker and is away from drafts-sometimes I leave it over night. One other thought, make sure the rolls are frozen roll dough and not ready made rolls. Let me know if you make it . Smile

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 11/29/2010 10:53 AM EST
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Good ideas. Thanks. Now I have something thought up by someone besides me for a better choice.

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 11/30/2010 12:06 PM EST
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Hugs and kisses for Diane S for posting her recipe for the French Toast Bundt.  I have to get a few supplies in for this one but I will make it REAL SOON!  Your a sweetie Diane for sharing.

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 11/30/2010 12:55 PM EST
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VB has a good breakfast idea. It is made the day ahead and can then be put in the oven Christmas morning. It is made with break, sausage meat, eggs, cheese and milk with some powdered mustard, salt and pepper. I call it "Sausage Souffle" but I don't think that is what VB calls it. Check out the carnation section.

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 12/1/2010 9:36 AM EST
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Hugs and kisses for Diane S for posting her recipe for the French Toast Bundt.  I have to get a few supplies in for this one but I will make it REAL SOON!  Your a sweetie Diane for sharing.
Posted by Elsa M

Thanks for the compliment-I think that everyone needs one once in a while!If you would like any other "older" recipes,ask and I shall see what I am able to do.

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 12/1/2010 11:00 AM EST
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you ladies have it all for a brunch good luck
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