A wonderful part of the Christmas Elf tradition is to have a North Pole breakfast . This is usually the first of December or the first weekend in December although many choose to have it even earlier if their elf arrives sooner in the year. Our family elf likes to appear during the night the Christmas tree is put up and decorated so the North Pole breakfast is the next day and heralds the start of our annual elf visit.
There seem to be two main colour schemes associated with the NPB (North Pole Breakfast). Either snow inspired colours like blues and whites or traditional reds and greens. Which ever way you go, the breakfast is meant to be a fun and decadent affair. It is a time to forgo the healthier breakfasts and feast on things children usually view as treats
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Anything goes really as long as it has festive spin on it…make toast but use cutters to make it into angels, trees or snowmen… Use your imagination. It is meant to be silly and fun and over the top with colour and cute things to enjoy. Think: out of the ordinary with a Christmas touch!
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