i should be mopping the floor: Shabby Chic Sleepover: Easy Breakfast Ideas

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Shabby Chic Sleepover: Easy Breakfast Ideas

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Today, I'm sharing some easy breakfast ideas...perfect for a sleepover! I'm also sharing some free, floral and mis-matchy printables to make a vintagey fun Shabby Chic-themed par-tay.

Shabby Chic Sleepover: Easy Breakfast Ideas | Free Banner & Party Food Label Printables | Lots of fun ideas and photos!
These easy breakfast ideas are perfect for a sleepover...or any morning event {or hey...even a Tuesday!}. And I'm all over anything shabby chic...I thought it would be a super fun way to decorate.
Do your kids love sleepovers? I love that we're now at the sleepover age. I feel like memories are made through these fun times. Here's a few shabby and chic ideas to have at your next sleepover breakfast. I'm also sharing some delicious Cinnamon Roll Pops made with Pepperidge Farm Sweet Rolls.
Shabby Chic Sleepover: Easy Breakfast Ideas | Free Banner & Party Food Label Printables | Lots of fun ideas and photos!
Shabby Chic is one of my favorite looks. I think it's perfect for a sleepover theme...especially for the following morning's breakfast. What a cheerful way to wake up!


Shabby Chic Sleepover: Easy Breakfast Ideas | Free Banner & Party Food Label Printables | Lots of fun ideas and photos!
One way I achieved the shabby chic look for this party was by layering lots of fun and vintage textures. I started with an old window pane in the back, a weathered frame, and my mismatched 'Rise & Shine' banner {available for free download below}. 

On the actual table, I used a cream-colored linen tablecloth, layered with a burlap runner.



Shabby Chic Sleepover: Easy Breakfast Ideas | Free Banner & Party Food Label Printables | Lots of fun ideas and photos!
 Aren't these so fun? At our house, post-sleepover breakfasts are always a time where the kiddos want to squeeze in a little more together time...usually playing! In order to let them get those last few minutes in, I want to keep the breakfast buffet open, and treats as portable as possible. Most kids can hold a video game remote in one hand and a Cinnamon Roll Pop in the other without a problem {wink}.


Shabby Chic Sleepover: Easy Breakfast Ideas | Free Banner & Party Food Label Printables | Lots of fun ideas and photos!
 These are very easy to make, too. When kids sleepover at our house, I feel like I never get much sleep {is there a secret to this that I'm not privy to?}. So, I love to make easy treats that are also easy to enjoy. I used one can of Pepperidge Farms Apple Cinnamon Sweet Rolls and candy sticks from the craft store. Set aside the apple filling and icing packets...I made a yummy dip for the pops with those, too.

Start by unrolling the cinnamon roll. Cut each roll into three pieces. Roll up each piece and insert a candy stick into one end of it. 



Shabby Chic Sleepover: Easy Breakfast Ideas | Free Banner & Party Food Label Printables | Lots of fun ideas and photos!
Evenly space your pops apart on a prepared baking sheet. Bake, according to package directions, at 375, with the shorter time listed of 12 minutes. 

Note: as the pops bake, they expand and may slightly push the stick out a bit. Once you remove them from the oven, you can push them back in all the way.



Shabby Chic Sleepover: Easy Breakfast Ideas | Free Banner & Party Food Label Printables | Lots of fun ideas and photos!
Like I mentioned above, I made a simple dip from the apple topping, icing, as well as an 8-ounce box of softened cream cheese and a splash of vanilla extract. Mix together with a hand mixer and serve as a dip alongside the pops.


Shabby Chic Sleepover: Easy Breakfast Ideas | Free Banner & Party Food Label Printables | Lots of fun ideas and photos!
I found these yummy Pepperidge Farm Sweet Rolls at my local Walmart. 


Shabby Chic Sleepover: Easy Breakfast Ideas | Free Banner & Party Food Label Printables | Lots of fun ideas and photos!
 I included the breakfast sausage for all of the meat-eaters {aka, my husband!}.


Shabby Chic Sleepover: Easy Breakfast Ideas | Free Banner & Party Food Label Printables | Lots of fun ideas and photos!
 And simple blueberry muffins are always nice at breakfast, as well.


Shabby Chic Sleepover: Easy Breakfast Ideas | Free Banner & Party Food Label Printables | Lots of fun ideas and photos!
 These Cereal-on-a-Sticks were simple to make. I grabbed store-bought cereal bars, sliced them in half and put one of my candy sticks into the bottom. They're perfect for a sleepover breakfast. Just like the Cinnamon Roll Pops, the kids can grab them and graze, while they get that last-minute playtime in before they leave the party.


Shabby Chic Sleepover: Easy Breakfast Ideas | Free Banner & Party Food Label Printables | Lots of fun ideas and photos!
Aren't they cute?


Shabby Chic Sleepover: Easy Breakfast Ideas | Free Banner & Party Food Label Printables | Lots of fun ideas and photos!
Instead of a fruit tray, I used vintage jars to hold blueberries, grapes, and clementines.
Also, these food tags are available for free download below. I tied them with old-fashioned baker's twine.


Shabby Chic Sleepover: Easy Breakfast Ideas | Free Banner & Party Food Label Printables | Lots of fun ideas and photos!
My kids have always loved, what we refer to as, an Orange Sunrise. It's a simple 1:1 mixture of ginger ale and 100% Florida Orange Juice. Adding the carbonation to the orange juice just makes it seem a bit fancy to the kiddos!


Shabby Chic Sleepover: Easy Breakfast Ideas | Free Banner & Party Food Label Printables | Lots of fun ideas and photos!

Shabby Chic Sleepover: Easy Breakfast Ideas | Free Banner & Party Food Label Printables | Lots of fun ideas and photos!
 I think a bouquet of these Cinnamon Pops is the perfect decoration for the table...and they're delicious, too! I set them into an old galvanized box to give them a shabby touch. I added styrofoam in the bottom of the box so they can just be poked into it. I added the paper shreds to cover up the styrofoam.


Shabby Chic Sleepover: Easy Breakfast Ideas | Free Banner & Party Food Label Printables | Lots of fun ideas and photos!
The Pepperidge Farm Apple Cinnamon Sweet Rolls and Pure 100% Florida Orange Juice are a great part of any sleepover breakfast. Rise and shine, indeed.

Be sure to download your free printables for your own Shabby Chic breakfast below. The banner prints onto four letter-sized pieces of paper. It is downloaded into one PDF {it may take slightly longer to download since it it a large file}.


Shabby Chic Sleepover: Easy Breakfast Ideas | Free Banner & Party Food Label Printables | Lots of fun ideas and photos!


The food labels {below} can be folded in half and used like tents, or cut in half for twice the number of labels. 
Shabby Chic Sleepover: Easy Breakfast Ideas | Free Banner & Party Food Label Printables | Lots of fun ideas and photos!



Shabby Chic Sleepover: Easy Breakfast Ideas | Free Banner & Party Food Label Printables | Lots of fun ideas and photos!
Happy Sleepover!





38 comments:

  1. Those cinnamon roll pops are the cutest things ever. I totally want to try those.

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    1. Why thank you! I thought they were pretty cute! Thank you bunches for stopping by!

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  2. This is so stinkin' cute, i can't even....

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  3. I had many sleepovers at my house when I was a kid--but never one like this! Truthfully I don't remember what we had for breakfast but those cinna pops would have gone over BIG!!

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    1. We used to always just pass the cereal box, ha! Thank you bunches for stopping by, Miki!

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  4. You are such a great mom. The kids would be lucky if I went for donuts! You must be the mom everyone wishes they had.

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    1. Aww, you are too kind! I doubt ANY kiddo would be disappointed with donuts! Thank you so much for your sweet comment!

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  5. Adorable breakfast party! Love each detail you have added!
    ~ Ashley

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    1. Thank you, Ashley! It was a lot of fun watching it all come together!

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  6. That is such an awesome sleepover! I love the cinnamon roll pops.

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  7. Oh my gosh, is this the cutest breakfast or what?! Love!

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    1. Haha! Thank you! I had so much fun putting it all together!

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  8. Yummi-yummy:) I want to go to a party like this - with a lovely breakfast and sleepy chitchats :)
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  9. How adorable!! Such a fun post with lots of great ideas!

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  10. Wow, this is very cute! I would love to go to a party like this!! What fun!

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    1. Thank you, Cindy! It was a lot of fun to do!

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  11. This is SOOO cute! I want to do this now! all your pictures are adorable!

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    1. Thank you, Sara! You totally should! It's a great, easy way to spoil your friends (big or little!) for a morning!

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  12. I totally pinned this and want to replicate the whole thing. What an incredible idea!

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    1. Aww, thank you, Liz! Thank you bunches for the sweet comment and pin!

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  13. I LOVE this! You did an amazing job!

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  14. What a fun party idea. We used to have breakfast potlucks at work every once in a while. This would be great to do for that. Thanks for the ideas!

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    1. What a great idea, Debi! I bet the cinna pops would be a huge hit!

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  15. Oh my gosh! I want to hire YOU to set up a breakfast potluck at my place! You are so creative.

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    1. LOL! Thank you so much, Jaime! I really get so much joy out of it...It doesn't even feel like work!

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  16. Oh my gosh that is so cute! My daughter has been wanting to have a sleepover party for her birthday, this would be great.

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    1. Thank you! This would make a cute birthday party set up for sure!

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  17. I seriously LOVE the look of this party!!!

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  18. Oh goodness, this is beautiful! I love the idea of a sleepover party and those sweet roll pops are genius! #client

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  19. It looks beautiful. I love the cinnamon rolls on a stick.

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