Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but it can also be the hardest to get your kids to eat. As Christmas approaches, why not add some extra holiday cheer to breakfast with a North Pole-themed meal?
What is a North Pole Breakfast?
A North Pole Breakfast is a fun way to get your family and friends together during the holiday season! This festive celebration creates a unique atmosphere, filled with cozy warmth and delicious aromas.
It often involves waking up early and decorating the kitchen table with special decorations. This will not be the healthiest breakfast but the kids will certainly remember all the delicious treats.
The main course might include pancakes, waffles, or French toast served with lots of toppings like butter, syrup, sugar, honey and fruits. Other treats like eggnog, gingerbread cupcakes, cookies and hot chocolate will round up the North Pole breakfast experience.
This meal is truly a gift of comfort and joy that can bring everyone closer together during this special time of year! You could even combine it with the arrival of your Christmas Elf on December 1st.
How to Decorate For a North Pole Breakfast
Decorating for a north pole breakfast is a lot of fun and an exciting way to celebrate the holiday season with your family! This can be a great time to practice your creativity while adding a special touch to the morning meal.
Some people like to keep it traditional and stick the a red, green and gold color theme or you can change it up and use cool blues and arctic colors for a fun Winter feel.
To turn your kitchen table into a magical wonderland try using;
- Plastic or disposable Christmas themed plates and cups
- Add a matching Christmas table cloth and napkins to really set the mood
- Hang a few Christmas ornaments from the lights
- String up some snowflakes and garlands
- Complete the look with a festive centerpiece.
- Use glitter, sprinkles and snowflakes scattered over the table
- Adding little touches such as sprigs of holly or mistletoe really helps to get in the Christmas spirit
With these magical additions, you are sure to create an engaging atmosphere that will bring warmth and joy to all who dine with you this winter season.
North Pole Breakfast Ideas
Here are some fun ideas that will make your kids excited to start the day while filling their bellies with yummy food.
Who doesn’t love pancakes? Make them even more festive by adding a sprinkle of red and green sugar or edible glitter on top. For an extra special touch, cut out Santa’s face in one of the pancakes using cookie cutters. If you want to go all out, you can even use marshmallows and blueberries eyes and a raspberry for a nose! Get creative and enjoy making breakfast together as a family.
Green Christmas Tree Pancakes
Bringing a sweet and festive treat to the Christmas table this year, these green pancakes are sure to delight. Whether you’re looking for something edible to decorate your holiday table with or just want some delicious pancakes for breakfast, these stackable treats should fit the bill.
The idea is simple: take classic homemade pancake batter, add a pinch of green food coloring, and get ready to create your very own edible Christmas tree! The end result will be beautiful green-hued pancakes that look like an evergreen tree – plus they’re not overly sweet so everyone can enjoy them.
If you don’t want the kids to have too much sugar early in the morning then these simple Snowman pancakes will be perfect, simple and easy to make, looks cute and the kids will love them.
Cut different fruits and arrange in Christmas shapes like this cute Christmas tree. Or make an easy fruit salad with two kinds of berries, diced apples, bananas, kiwi slices, and shredded coconut flakes. To make it look like snowflakes falling from the sky, top it off with white yogurt and mini marshmallows! It’s almost too cute (and delicious) to eat!
This one is sure to get your kids excited about breakfast in no time. All you have to do is cut Christmas shapes from toast or bread – then assemble with things like chocolate spread, pretzels, bananas and sprinkles. And voila! Your Christmas creation is ready for eating!
Christmas Shaped Toast
Using North Pole/Christmas cookie cutters cut out Christmas shapes in your toast, kids will love these and find them super fun to dip in chocolate spread like Nutella.
What better way to start the day than with some delicious Christmas waffles? Top your waffles with a dusting of powdered sugar or melted chocolate and serve with candy cane sticks for stirring. Add in some festive decorations like holly leaves, mini Santa hats and colorful sprinkles for an extra special touch!
When it comes to Christmas breakfast ideas, nothing says Yuletide cheer quite like a batch of freshly-baked chocolate donuts! Whether you’re looking for something a bit naughty or nice, these tasty treats are sure to be the star of your holiday morning. Perfectly spiced with nutmeg and cinnamon, these festive donuts will fill your home with the sweet aroma of Christmas spirit.
Festive Hot Chocolate
The perfect accompaniment to your North Pole breakfast is a cup of hot chocolate. Make it extra special by adding candy canes, mini marshmallows or melted chocolate chips for topping. You can even make them in different flavors like peppermint, gingerbread, and pumpkin spice.
Snowman Hot Chocolate
A snowman made of marshmallows is the perfect way to top off a mug of hot chocolate! Imagine a fluffy white figure floating atop your steaming cup, complete with eyes, nose made from a candy corn, and mouth crafted from chocolate, arms and legs made from pretzel sticks. Not only does this adorable snowman make your hot chocolate look extra festive, but its squishy body also adds an unexpected texture to the beverage.
When it comes time for breakfast during this holiday season, don’t just settle for cereal or oatmeal, get creative with these North Pole-themed ideas that your kids are sure to love! From Santa’s pancake face to Frosty’s fruit salad and Snowman toast – these recipes will bring a smile to every face around your table in no time. So start cooking up some Christmas cheer this holiday season at breakfast time and make sure everyone has enough energy going into the day! Merry Christmas and bon appetit!