Brunch can be a fun, festive time with loved ones. You can enjoy the experience at home. Here are five foods that you may wish to serve at your brunch:
The nice thing about serving crêpes is that they are relatively simple to make and they are a crowd-pleaser. Crêpes have the ability to be either sweet or savory depending upon what you and your guests prefer.
You even have the option of making a crêpe station for the brunch with an assortment of fillings and toppings to choose from. Everyone can custom-make their own to their liking.
2. Hash Browns:
This dish is a classic brunch staple. Hash browns can be made savory with meats and cheeses or even kept basic with only potatoes and seasoning. Whichever way they are prepared, they will be a wonderful complement and side dish to the rest of the brunch foods.
If a lot of the other foods happen to be sweet, hash browns can be a nice change of pace to the meal. Most people enjoy hash browns, and they are simple to make. You can even buy pre-shredded potatoes to save yourself time with food preparation.
3. English Muffins:
Having English muffins for your brunch is a great choice. They can be used as a side like toast might. They can be served with sweet or savory toppings. English muffins are also integral to various brunch dishes like breakfast sandwiches or Eggs Benedict.
English muffins are filling. They have a pleasing texture to add interest to the rest of the meal as well. If you have time and want to wow your brunch guests, you could try making homemade English muffins for your get-together. Fresh-made food can really add some sophistication.
An assortment of fresh fruit will elevate your brunch. The most common fruits served at restaurant brunches seem to be melons like honeydew or cantaloupe. You are not limited to those. You can choose seasonal fruits or even exotic fruits.
You can also add yogurt and granola to your fruit area and let guests mix and match their perfect fruit parfait. Children will thoroughly enjoy the element of interactivity, but it’ll be a hit will any age. Fruit adds color, sweetness, and nutrition to the meal. That will help the brunch feel like it’s well-rounded and complete.
Brunches are a time of camaraderie and relaxation. They are known for drinks such as mimosas and Bloody Marys. Many people feel these cheery, colorful drinks are an integral piece of the brunch experience.
The lovely thing about these drinks is they can be tailor-made to your tastes. For example, if you don’t drink alcohol it can …