Post # 1
Hello i am celebrating a small party(10 people) for my oldest daughter, budget is $100 food and decor. I need ideas on breakfast buffett items that are very budget friendly. After the breakfast buffet(at home) we are heading to Atlantic city for a night in a hotel with pool.
Post # 3
Are you planning to cook or are you wanting to do non-hot items?
You could easily do a pancakes & sausage type breakfast, or you could do a light brunch with many differany types of muffins, danishes and cakes.
Post # 4
@jenilynevette: I am thinking of diy everything, there lots of cafes near my house, but for ten people i will go over budget.
Post # 5
- Wedding: September 2014 - Banff, Alberta
What about a slow cooker casserole like: http://busycooks.about.com/od/eggentreerecipes/r/cpeggcasserole.htm
Post # 6
@brokeninnj: waffles with fruit and whip cream for toppings
Post # 7
I agree on doing a waffle bar with a bunch of fun toppings (maybe also some crumbled up oreos, sprinkles, caramel and chocolate sauce, etc). With that maybe a platter of sausage and bacon, some pretty pitchers of juice and carafes of coffee, and I know I’d be happy if I were a guest!
Post # 8
Breakfast casserole is ALWAYS my go to for breakfast parties. One will serve 10 women, plus some fruit and yummy pastries and mimosa’s and you’re good to go! I am happy to send the recipe if you are interested! It’s always a hit.
Post # 9
You could do a frittata assortment- similar to a quiche but a bit heartier with more veggy chunks, also easier than a quiche to make as it’s basically a huge oven baked omlett…. Or a quiche if that’s your thing, I just LOVE frittata’s!
I like mimosa’s also but I would rather have a bellini- basically the same but with fresh muddled fruit & sugar instead of juice. I’d totally do up a bellini bar with sliced oranges, cherries, strawberries, plums, etc…. And that would be pretty inexpensive- fresh juice in our area can get pricey since we are so far away from a major city…
I second the casseroles- those are super easy to make and are usually a huge hit. I make one every christmas and it lasts us all day we’re so stuffed!
Post # 10
For my bridal shower my bridesmaids made mini waffles along with all the toppings (mini chocolate chips, strawberries, nuts, whipped cream, cinammon honey butter, maple syrup). They used this:
They also made sausage, mini quiches, caprese salad on skewers, fruit salad, cheesy potato casserole.
Post # 11
In addition to waffles and sausages maybe have a set up to build your own parfait. Have some different flavors of yogurt, fresh fruit, and granola
Post # 12
Breakfast is totally my jam. I third the breakfast casserole!! So yummy and filling. Also what about doing a French toast bar? That way people could add cream cheese fillings, fruits, etc.
ETA: Bread is cheap and you could cook a lot of French toast at a time in the oven. Something like this http://m.allrecipes.com/recipe/221259/best-oven-baked-french-toast