Introduction: Buddy the Elf Breakfast
In the 2003 movie, Elf, Buddy the elf makes his own breakfast with a load of sugar. I do not recommend this recipe to diabetics, anyone with allergies, or anyone else that has problems with this food.
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Step 1: Gather Ingredients
As you could see in this Youtube video (at 6:44),
, you will find the ingredients: spaghetti, sugared maple syrup, sprinkles, mini-marshmallows, Hershey's chocolate syrup, M&M's, and Frosted Chocolate Fudge Pop-Tarts.
We will only be sticking with 2 of the 4 main elf food groups: candy, and syrup.
Step 2: Cook the Spaghetti
Check the pasta box directions and follow them. I'm not really a cook, so i don't have the directions. When you get done, DON'T ADD SAUCE! I had spaghetti with sauce and syrup for dinner and it tasted bad! it was cold spaghetti too, so make sure your's is warm, or to be safe, hot.
Step 3: Syrup
When you are done with the spaghetti, put some on a plate or bowl, or a hat, I don't care. I would not suggest the hat though. Pour some Maple Syrup onto the spaghetti. I wouldn't suggest a lot, but not to little either. I prefer Mrs. Butterworth's syrup the most.
Step 4: Sprinkles and Marshmallows
Now just get some sprinkles and mini marshmallows. Dump a ton of sprinkles on top first, and then take about one or two handfuls of marshmallows and put them on top.
Step 5: Chocolate Syrup and M&M's
This is my second favorite part. Take the Hershey's syrup and pour a lot on top of the mallows. I like a ton of it. Now take about 3 hand fulls of M&M's and drop them on top of the syrup.
Step 6: Pop-tarts
Get out 2 Frosted Chocolate Fudge Pop-tarts from the box. I don't mean twp packages, just one package. Two tarts. Do not microwave the tarts. It is best when cold or room temperature. Crumble up the Pop-tarts into bite-size pieces and drop them on top of the stuff. Now just mix it all around.
Step 7: Eat!
I haven't tried it yet, but I'm sure that it is good! Feel free to comment. Enjoy!
P.S. The best way to spread Christmas cheer, is singing loud for all to hear!
P.P.S. I obviously do not hold copyright to anything I have mentioned.
Special thanks to: -Elf