Someone else who does homemade cinnamon rolls! That's the Christmas staple for breakfast, along with scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, OJ, and coffee. Then again, my family usually hosts everyone Christmas morning for the family gift exchange.
Every holiday get-together on my dad's side of the family has deviled eggs. My sister hates the filling for deviled eggs, so my aunt always leaves a few out without filling, just the hardboiled egg whites, for her.
Thanksgiving always sees chocolate pecan pies. Holiday parties always see mom's homemade peanut brittle (more often peanut chew, it never gets quite brittle) and some sort of cookies. They're extruded through what looks like a caulking gun, and delicious!
In dad's family, they're probably still doing ham and turkey as meats for meals. Sis can't eat ham, I never liked turkey, and the family was always big enough to have both. Dad loves ham, so I doubt that's changed at all, but I haven't been there for a few years, and I'm not about to ask Sis about it.
I do miss the traditional Easter dinner my great grandparents had. It wasn't so much what kind of food we had, but all of us (great grandparents, grandma, uncle and aunt, mom and dad and sis and me) crammed around the dining room table. There was always a salad, and always mashed potatoes because great grandma's were so good, but the food didn't matter so much as the family.