Need an easy idea for Christmas breakfast? Make cinnamon sugar Rudolph biscuits.
These easy peasy cinnamon sugar Rudolph biscuits will make for a festive Christmas morning. (Can’t believe I just typed that sentence. I should write catalog copy.) Christmas breakfast for the win!
But they are easy. I use refrigerated biscuits, brush them with butter and cinnamon sugar, bake them, and add Rudolph accessories.
To adhere the eyes and nose I just used some dabs of store-bought frosting and a disposable decorating bag. You can use any frosting you want and you don’t need much, so a little tube of white icing from the supermarket with a built in tip would be the easiest.
more fun food ideas for Christmas
If you’re making Rudolph biscuits for Christmas breakfast, you might want to also make Santa rolls for dinner, also made from refrigerated dough.
Or, looking for treats? Try these Christmas cupcakes or Christmas Rice Krispie Treats. View all of my Christmas ideas and Christmas food crafts from around the web at Pinterest.
Christmas breakfast ideas
- Christmas pancakes from Lil’ Luna
- Christmas tree waffles from KidsActivities.com
- Kiwi berry fruit tree from Mama.Papa.Bubba.
- Reindeer donut pops.
Rudolph biscuits video
Here are video how-tos, and full written instructions are below.
how to make Rudolph biscuits Christmas breakfast
you will need:*
1 (7.5 ounce) tube refrigerated biscuits
1 tablespoon cinnamon sugar
1 tablespoon melted butter
red candies (cinnamon imperials or red M&Ms)
*Find candy eyes in the craft store or see the link. I used store-bought frosting with a disposable decorating bag (found at the craft store), but you may use a little tube of icing from the supermarket that has a built-in tip.
To make your own cinnamon sugar, combine 1/4 cup sugar and 1 tablespoon cinnamon.
what to do:
Place the ten biscuits on a parchment paper lined baking tray so the sides are touching. Brush with melted butter and sprinkle cinnamon sugar generously on top. Bake according to packaging directions, at 400 degrees F for 10 to 14 minutes.
Use dabs of frosting to adhere the eyes and candy nose. Break mini pretzels in half and jam them into the side of the biscuits for antlers.