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I Recreated Buddy The Elf’s Breakfast Garmented As Buddy The Elf( Photos)

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In the first week of November 2003, classic Christmas movies around the world felt a great disturbance after the debut of two new vacation films cemented the advent of a new epoch of vacation movies.

The first was “Love Actually, ” a charmingly British movie with a series of emotionally-fueled, intertwining storylines that has continued to inspire pathetic pieces of fan fiction to this day.

The second was “Elf, ” the tale of a North Pole employee who grew up thinking he had issues with his pituitary gland before defining off on an epic journey to New York City to find his papa after discovering why he’d never fit in.

It’s a movie that continues to inspire that one person you work with to constantly recite lines from the movie during the course of its entire month of December.

One of the more popular quotes involves the elf food groups — candy, candy canes, candy corns and syrup — two of whichBuddy incorporates into a breakfast that’s only slightly less balanced than a bowl of Cookie Crisp.

Every time I see that scene, I ask myself the same question: There’s no way that they are able savor good, can it?

This year, I decided to finally find out.

I’ve always sympathized with Buddy a bit — I wasn’t orphaned as a child and have never worked for Santa Claus, but we’re both defined by our abnormal heights and I know a thing or two about get gazed at while walking around New York.

I figured I might as well put myself in his shoes( well, I guess the latter are tights if we’re being technical ).


After closely examining the scene from “Elf, ” I managed to figure out the majority of members of the necessary ingredients.

The official list includes: spaghetti, chocolate, caramel and maple syrups, mini marshmallows, M& M’s( I couldn’t substantiate exactly what type) and chocolate fudge Pop-Tarts.

They didn’t have the last ingredient at the store I went to and I was forced to replace it with a chocolate chip Pop-Tart. I wasn’t happy, and I’m sure the recipe suffered because of it.


Cook the pasta by doing whatever the box tells you to do.


This is what pasta looks like when it cooks.


Remember to stir, occasionally.


While the pasta is cooking, assemble the rest of your ingredients.

You want about a quarter beaker of each dry ingredient( that amounts to approximately one-and-a-half disintegrated Pop-Tarts ), 2 tablespoons of the chocolate and caramel syrup and one tablespoon of maple syrup( less if it’s expensive ).


Drain the pasta, plate it and construct everything look like one of those recipe videos you watch on Facebook all of the time.


Evenly distribute the M& M’s and marshmallows. Never stop smiling. Ever.


Drizzle the chocolate and caramel on top.


YOU THOUGHT WE WERE DONE ???? MORE! MORE !!!!!


Create a Pop-Tart crumble by rubbing the pastry between your hands( use this GIF of Birdman for inspiration if you’re having trouble visualizing ).


Now spend one dollar for every second you expend drizzling maple syrup over the top. IMPORTANT: Construct sure your belt eventually violates around this point.


MAKE! IT! RAIN!


Is it as delicious as it seems?


There’s merely one style to find out!


Here’s a video of my first( and coincidentally, merely) bite.


Thankfully I had the foresight to buy some syrup to wash things down with.


Based on the nutritional information, it’s likely not the style you want to start your day.


But that’s the least of my problems.

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