Do you want to make an easy morning breakfast with Overnight Cranberry Eggnog Oatmeal?
Christmas morning will be here before we know it. If Christmas mornings are anything like ours here, then breakfast is something that gets lost in the shuffle.
With young kids, gift opening is what takes center stage. As quickly as the paper can be ripped off, the toys and more still need to be opened properly. This can take quite a bit longer.
Therefore, breakfast preparation is not something that there seems to be enough hours in the day on Christmas.
So, I have had to find ways to get around this. One year, I made a Cinnamon Bun Christmas Tree made out of Pillsbury Cinnamon Buns. While this was easy enough, I still had to put this together before baking in the oven.
This year, I decided I was going to Overnight Cranberry Eggnog Oatmeal. What’s not to love about cranberry and eggnog for Christmas time? I mean Eggnog especially is a holiday staple around here!
Because this warm, hearty and delicious breakfast can be prepared the night before. So I don’t have to worry about any prep work for this on Christmas morning.
See I can simply add all my ingredients in my Instant Pot using the crockpot/slow cooker setting. Then, I leave it over night to cook up.
Plus, I can keep it warm in the Instant Pot while we open gifts and more Christmas morning.
See the perfect easy, Christmas morning breakfast without the Christmas morning breakfast prep work. Bonus this one can made pretty much al winter long for an easy morning breakfast, too!
Simple and genius, right?!
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Then read on to get the simple and easy recipe now:
Easy Overnight Cranberry Eggnog Oatmeal Recipe
An easy instant pot and crockpot breakfast morning recipe for the whole family.
- 2 cups of old fashioned oats
- 2 cups of whole cranberries
- 3 cups of eggnog
- ½ cup of brown sugar
- 2 teaspoons of vanilla extract
- 2 ½ cups of water
- 2 teaspoons of flour
Grease insert of the slow cooker with cooking spray.
Add all ingredients to the slow cooker, stir gently and cover. Cook on low for 6-8 hours or high for 2-3 hours. Stir before serving.
What did I tell you easy, peasy lemon squeaky! Sorry, but couldn’t resist using my younger daughter’s favorite saying for this one.
What do you usually make for Christmas morning breakfast for your family?
Now, share with me in the comments…