Parenting Win of the Week: An Elf's Breakfast

A creative, tasty way to celebrate the holidays!

Close portrait of happiness latin young girl cooking Christmas Cupcakes for Christmas night / breakfast inside latin home in Latin America.

She's wearing a Christmas shirt. She's mixing flour and cream, on back, a nice Christmas draws did by herself.

Christmas and New Year celebration traditional treats. People cooking food.

Christmas Home Latin Experience in December Holidays.

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Close portrait of happiness latin young girl cooking Christmas Cupcakes for Christmas night / breakfast inside latin home in Latin America. She's wearing a Christmas shirt. She's mixing flour and cream, on back, a nice Christmas draws did by herself. Christmas and New Year celebration traditional treats. People cooking food. Christmas Home Latin Experience in December Holidays.

Photo by: ampueroleonardo

ampueroleonardo

As we were scrolling through the TV the other day with my oldest we saw an advert for the infamous Will Ferrel movie "Elf." Even though we don’t celebrate Christmas, this is one holiday movie everyone can enjoy. How can you not fall in love with Buddy?

We will definitely be watching the movie with our kids, but then I came across something that will make it extra fun.

Hello Fresh came out with a 20th anniversary Buddy the Elf Spaghetti Kit. If you remember from the movie, he mixes up a breakfast spaghetti for his family with maple syrup, chocolate syrup and a whole lot of candy and other sweet treats. Let’s just say it doesn’t go over perfectly, but this "spaghetti" has won the hearts of most kids I know.

Photo by: Hello Fresh

Hello Fresh

The kit from HelloFresh has some cool 20 year anniversary swag — aprons, plates, even a to-go bag to take your spaghetti for lunch — along with the essential ingredients: spaghetti noodles, maple syrup, marshmallows, and more.

If you miss the kit, grab your favorite spaghetti noodles, all the leftover Halloween candy you have laying around and probably the last few Oreos in the pack and make your own while you watch the movie.

We spend so much time saying no to things as parents, I think this is one time where we can say yes.

Happy holidays!

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