The mother-of-six has told People magazine that she's not afraid to admit she isn't the most culinary skilled in her famous household.
"I will not be cooking – to the benefit of everyone," she said.
Angelina and Brad will certainly have plenty of mouths to feed on Christmas Day with six children around the dining table: Maddox, 13, Pax, 11, Zahara, nine, Shiloh, eight, and six-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox.
But perhaps they can call on second eldest son Pax for some help, as Angelina's revealed he "loves cooking" and even helped bake her wedding cake.
Angelina added to ITV's Good Morning Britain: "Nobody in my house wants me to do any cooking on Christmas day. I have no patience! I start things and then I get distracted and l go and I'll start reading over there, or start playing outside with the kids.
"I think you have to be very patient to cook, I'd be designated to the chopping board! Brad would be really good at the timing and organisation."
This will be Angelina and Brad's first Christmas as a married couple after they tied the knot back in August.
They became engaged in April 2012 following an eight-year relationship. They met on the set of Mr and Mrs Smith.
Brangelina married in a secret ceremony at their French chateau, attended by their children, who contributed to the event by drawing pictures which were then printed onto Angelina's dress.
Let's hope Angelina is feeling much better as she fell ill earlier this month with chicken pox.
The star was forced to miss the Los Angeles premiere of movie Unbroken, which she directed, after coming down with the virus. Brad and their children Maddox, Pax and Shiloh attended in her absence.
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