Throw the ultimate pancakes and pajamas party for kids or adults! It’s a fun way to celebrate a birthday or graduation or just for fun.
Pancakes and pajamas go together like chocolate and peanut butter, so I decided to throw a super fun pancakes and pajamas party at my house for some friends.
It really doesn’t get much better than eating carbs with your friends while still in your PJs!
Since this was a going to be a fun friend gathering, I wanted to include yummy breakfast foods- pancakes, donuts, fruit, cereal, and milk.
You know, the essentials. 😉
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Pancakes and Pajama Party Details
I wanted a unique way to display regular-sized and mini donuts, so I got crafty and designed and made my own donut stands.
They were really easy and inexpensive to make, and I’m pretty proud of them!
To display the donuts in a tall stack at our pancakes and pajamas party, all I had to do was stack the donuts on my DIY donut stands and they were ready to go.
I’ll be sharing a tutorial for these soon so you can make your own set.
Other Breakfast Party Food
Fruit is always a favorite breakfast treat for me, so I filled up some waffle cone bowls with strawberries, blackberries, and raspberries, and grapes.
Once we ate the fruit, we could also eat the bowl, which is pretty cool!
Donut holes get fancied up a bit when they’re put on colorful paper straws.
The straws poking up through the top of the holes made these little treats easy to grab and eat, and less of a mess on the hands.
No breakfast would be complete without pancakes, so I whipped up a batch of them and stacked them tall on a serving stand.
Guests used a fork to pull off their pancakes, and we added fresh fruit, butter, and syrup over the top.
Two big glass jars were filled up with our favorite cereals, along with a metal scoop for scooping out the cereal in our bowls.
Friends could pour milk from a pitcher, or use the cute milk glass bottles filled with milk for their cereal as well as for drinking.
If you know me, then you know I just couldn’t leave those milk bottles plain!
I stuck a sprinkle-covered donut hole a few inches down on a paper straw.
Next I added a powdered donut from the bottom of the straw, then rested it all on the top of the milk glass bottle.
Donuts and milk together?
Um, yes please, do you even need to ask?!
This IS a pancakes and pajamas party after all!
Balloons, colorful paper, and shiny gold confetti on the table finished it all off with style and some added fun.
I just love how it all turned out, and my friends were pretty excited too.
This pancakes and pajamas party article was updated in July 2021 and was originally posted in May 2016.