Quick Answer: How Do You Plan A Brunch Menu?

Quick Answer: How Do You Plan A Brunch Menu?

Plan ahead

  • Think through your menu. Brunch combines the absolute best flavors of breakfast and lunch.
  • Set the table the night before.
  • Make a service plan.
  • Prep as much as possible.
  • Effortless Eggs.
  • Something Sweet.
  • Fresh Flavors.
  • The Best Beverages.

What can I bring to work for breakfast?

Adhere to the must-eat-breakfast rule and make it to work on time with these quick, healthy breakfast ideas.

  1. Avocado toast. Avocado toast | iStock.com.
  2. Yogurt and grains. Healthy breakfast of muesli, berries with yogurt | iStock.com/elena_hramowa.
  3. Peanut butter waffles.
  4. Instant oats.
  5. Fruit and cheese.
  6. Granola bar and fruit.

What do you serve at a meeting?

Afternoon meeting snack ideas:

  • Hummus with whole-grain pita bread or low-fat pretzels — or the celery, baby carrots or sliced peppers for dipping.
  • Low-fat pretzels.
  • Low-fat popcorn.
  • Fresh fruit: Tangerines and apples look pretty gathered in a large bowl.
  • Low-fat, low-sugar granola or fiber bars.
  • Water.

What do you put on top of pancakes?

5 Things to put on Pancakes when you’re out of syrup

  1. Frozen berries, heated with a little sugar to make a sauce.
  2. Powdered sugar, dusted on top (a pat of butter is a nice touch too)
  3. Honey.
  4. Apple sauce and yogurt––not just for latkes!
  5. Jam.

Photo in the article by “National Park Service” https://www.nps.gov/articles/intermountain_region_workshop_2018.htm