What do you put on a brunch platter?

September 1, 2019 Off By idswater

What do you put on a brunch platter?

And a list of items you might want to include on your brunch platter:

  1. pancakes.
  2. french toast!
  3. cinnamon rolls.
  4. coffee cake.
  5. boiled eggs or scrambled eggs.
  6. roasted potatoes.
  7. avocado.
  8. bagels, sourdough bread, brioche.

What goes on a grazing platter?

What Is A Grazing Platter?

  • Cheeses.
  • Charcuterie (e.g., prosciutto, salami, chorizo)
  • Fruits (e.g., berries, oranges, grapes)
  • Vegetables (e.g., carrots, celery, radishes, cherry tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, endive leaves)
  • Olives (e.g., Kalamata, green, or marinated mixed olives)
  • Marinated artichoke hearts.

How do you make a cheap grazing platter?

Opt for oranges, apples, grapes and whatever is in season, as it will usually be cheaper. Crackers: thankfully, cheap crackers are easy to find. Pick up a box of crackers, some pretzels and / or breadsticks. Extras: dried fruit, nuts and olives can be used to scatter in any gaps that are appear.

How do you make a simple grazing platter?

When you are happy with your placement, fill the bowls and unwrap the cheese. Next, place large focal items like bunches of grapes or cherry tomatoes on the vine. Add your crackers/bread in groups around the board, then fill in the gaps with your chosen fresh fruit, nuts, dried fruit, cured meats or pretzels.

How do you make an amazing grazing platter?

How can I make a cheap platter?

Here’s how to put together a great nibbles platter on a beer nuts budget.

  1. Theme your platter. Start by thinking of a theme your platter.
  2. Start with one or two cheeses.
  3. Make your own dips for a cheaper nibbles platter.
  4. Crackers or Bread.
  5. Seasonal Fruit and Vegetables.
  6. Speciality Items for your Platter.

How do you set up a brunch at home?

Here are some basic tips for a brunch menu everyone will enjoy:

  1. Have a buffet so your guests can serve themselves.
  2. Offer a variety of foods and give your guests plenty of choices.
  3. Serve egg dishes that don’t require last-minute preparation.
  4. Have a colorful fruit tray to add visual interest to the table.