If your Elf is planning on serving up a North Pole breakfast this year, this recipe for Fruity Christmas Wreaths from recipe developer and foodie blogger Beth Sachs is perfect.
In case you're wondering what a North Pole breakfast is, it's a special (and, most importantly, delicious) Christmas-themed breakfast prepared for you by your visiting elves.
North Pole breakfasts can appear any day throughout December, but lots of elves like to whip them up when they first arrive on December 1. It's always nice when house guests arrive with a gift for the host!
Fruity Christmas Wreaths are perfect for a North Pole breakfast. Easy to prepare, totally yummy and full of fruity goodness.
Beth creates wonderful and delicious recipes on her website Jam & Clotted Cream – and as a mum of three littlies, she also knows a thing or two about cooking with kids!
North Pole Breakfast - Fruity Christmas Wreaths
1 bagel, halved
2 tbsp cream cheese
1 kiwi fruit, peeled, sliced and cut into quarters
1 tbsp pomegranate seeds
Toast the bagel, then spread liberally with cream cheese.
Decorate your Christmas wreath with fruit.
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