The Recipes of Brunches Past

Since we’ve held a Heavenly Homemakers Christmas Brunch for four years now, I thought it would be fun to re-post some of the recipes shared during brunches in the past.  The yummy goodness never ends!

Orange Cranberry Scones

Orange Cranberry Scones

Homemade Healthier Eggnog

Homemade Healthier Eggnog

Whole Wheat Gingerbread Men

Whole Wheat Gingerbread Men

Sweet Pepper Fritata

Sweet Pepper Fritata

Christmas Spice Cookies

Christmas Spice Cookies

Quick Eggnog Muffins

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Vanilla Muffins with Cinnamon Crumb Topping

Vanilla Muffins with Cinnamon Crumb Topping

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Balls

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Balls

Christmas Brunch Punch

Christmas Brunch Punch {with 100 juice!}
I’m super curious to know how many years you’ve been around to join us for these brunches?  Is this your first one?  Have you been around for several years?  I sure do love getting to know all of you!

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  1. Lisa says

    Thanks for posting this collection of recipes!! I’ll be trying out your eggnog recipe, as it looks SO good!

    One quick question. . . .if you were to substitute sugar in place of the maple syrup, how much would you use? (I know, I know. . . but it’s all I have right now! :) )

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    Laura Reply:

    I’d just sub it one for one in the recipe. :)

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    Lisa Reply:

    Thanks, Laura!

    Oh, and I’ve been loving your blog since 2009! So if you’ve been doing the Christmas brunches since then, then that’s how long I’ve been here!! ;)

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  2. Virginia says

    First one but I’ve gleaned so much over the past several months and greatly appreciate your willingness to share in your journey to help all of us along!! Thank you! :)

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  3. Rachel Anna says

    I’ve been reading your blog off and on since 2011 when my daughter was born, but I’ve really become a regular reader this past year since I get a little more time to myself again! I guess I will count this as my first official Christmas brunch!

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  4. Melissa says

    I’ve never made homemade eggnog. Only 2 out of 6 of us drink it so I’m not sure it’s worth the effort. The Christmas Spice Cookies sound great; One of my favorite processed Christmas cookies is Keebler Jingles (not had them in years now because they’re processed), and I think I like them so much because of the nutmeg in them. I’ll have to try these!

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  5. Amy Floyd says

    this is my first year participating in your Christmas brunch! Looking particularly for something that can be prepared ahead.

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  6. R says

    This is my first “Christmas Brunch” here. Thanks, especially for your story yesterday about the gift your son was at Christmas.

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  7. Chris says

    My first year for this brunch and newsletter! I’ve been an Azure customer for years and recognize it as one of your reliable sources for quality ingredients. Over the last 5-6 years I’ve been “remaking” our recipes with whole wheat flour, coconut oil, evap cane juice crystals, whole organic grains, etc so your recipe makeovers help round out my repertoire (without guesswork). Thanks for everything!

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  8. Katrina P says

    I’ve followed for either 2 or 3 years. I can’t remember. :) And I’m glad you reposted these recipes because there were a few I’ve never seen! :)

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  9. says

    I have not seen your recipes for Christmas brunch in the past. I think out of this collection the vanilla muffins are the ones I want to try first. They look delicious. A bonus that it makes the house smell nice too.

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  10. Melissa Bell says

    I just found your blog this past year, and I love all of the great recipes. My husband even loves the food I’m cooking, and he has never liked anything healthy! I’m looking forward to trying the gingerbread cookies. He loves the ones we buy at the store, so I think he’ll love some home made! Thank you for the great recipes and inspiration!

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  11. Heather says

    Oh my goodness! All those look so yummy! I MUST make these! Thank you for your wonderful blog! Keep up the wonderful job!

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  12. Rhoda says

    Have been following your blog for several years now, so I guess I’ve seen a few of your brunches through the years. Always a blessing. Have a blessed Christmas.

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  13. Jenni says

    I love how you continually come up with more and more wonderful recipes. Looking forward to trying more of your recipes all the time. My husband has even been learning where to look for some of your recipes that we’ve been using. Thank so much!

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  14. Tracey says

    Although I’m not hosting the brunch/dinner portion of Christmas, I’ll have to try some of these recipes. Thanks! :)

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  15. Susan says

    Thank you for all your wonderful recipes. My new year resolution is to print them and organize them.

    Thank you…and MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU AND YOUR BEAUTIFUL FAMILY!

    Susan

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