Family Coming Into Town for the Holidays? Here Are 10 Super-Size Breakfast Recipes

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Sticky, sweet monkey bread is perfect for a holiday breakfast.
Seriously, y'all. Christmas will be here before you know it, and family members will be knocking on your door as you welcome them over for the holidays. Soon your home will be filled with aunts, uncles, children, grandparents and everyone else in between.

Yes, having a bunch of family members in one house for several days is overwhelming, but we're here to relieve some of that stress by giving you ten breakfast dishes that easily feed a crowd.

10. Monkey Bread

If you have a bunch of children over for the holidays, let them eat something sweet by making monkey bread. This fun, pull-apart sweet bread can be made from scratch or by using canned biscuit dough. Simply cut the biscuit dough into small cubes or circles, then coat in sugar and cinnamon, stack on top of each other in a bundt pan, and pour a mixture of brown sugar and melted butter on top. Bake for about 30 to 40 minutes in a 350-degree oven. Everyone will love pulling off sweet, sticky pieces to munch on during breakfast.

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Make a couple dozen muffins to feed your family in the morning.
9. Muffins

One of the simplest baked goods to make is a muffin. Whether you prefer an easy boxed mix that calls for the addition of water or milk and possibly eggs, or a from-scratch recipe, muffins always turn out delightful. Make a couple dozen muffins the night before or the morning of and you're set to feed an army. Remember, you can always reheat muffins in the microwave and they'll taste just as good as they did when they came out of the oven.

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