(Closed) All vegetarian brunch reception – opinions?

posted 4 years ago in Food
Post # 76
37 posts
  • Wedding: March 2018

 By the way, just for inspiration here are some of the dishes that will be served at my vegan wedding which can totally work for a vegetarian brunch:

– Moussaka made from lentils, potatoes, eggplants and tomato sauce

– Burritos with vegetables, avocado, beans, and soy curry

– Samosas with chickpeas and potatoes

– Vegetables stuffed with rice and hervs

– Risotto balls stuffed with mushrooms served with tomato sauce

– Burekas (pastry) stuffed with mushrooms, foccaccia

– Blackforest cake, chocolate balls, and cookies with chocolate fondu

– Apple pie with vanilla ice cream and pear and almond pie with molten chocolate and nuts

– Orange Pancotta

– Martini Sorbet

– Tapioca pudding with fruit

Post # 77
626 posts
Busy bee

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Noy Soffer :  Your menu makes me hungry. Love the variety and how hearty everything is. Potato burekas are also delicious.

Post # 78
625 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2018

I could do a meatless brunch but not dinner. Maybe serve a parfait with granola and fruit. There are a lot of carbs.

Post # 79
52 posts
Worker bee

Loving some of the menu options people have posted. There are plenty of hearty vegetarian meal options for dinner that I don’t think anyone would notice the lack of meat.

Your brunch is a brilliant idea – mostly because it’s unique. The menu you posted on page one is divine. Who could worry about bacon when faced with fresh berries on waffles!?

Most importanly, I agree with your fiancée – it’s your occasion, and it should reflect you and your values. If you over-serve on the vegetarian food and everyone is full, no one will have cause to comment on the lack of meat, so just prep plenty of food!

Post # 80
20 posts

That menu sounds so delicious to me, I myself would add bagels in(big bagel fan). This menu is already a great choice for me. 

Post # 81
1569 posts
Bumble bee

Eggs…cheese…I could do it.  My normal go-to breakfast is a baked ‘egg muffin’ (cheese, eggs, cream cheese, meat).  The smoked salmon would be a great addition though.  Even if you don’t add it, I’d be able to eat something that wouldn’t have my guts in an uprorar before the reception was over.

As for the rest, my family would love it, with or without the meat.

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