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A Sunday Brunch Buffet

November 3, 2014 by Amanda Willis
 

Sundays are made for family, relaxation and a little fun! A family tradition in our home is to invite friends and family over each month for a brunch buffet! What makes a brunch buffet unique is the combination of hot and cold dishes, both breakfast and lunch dishes. Don’t be afraid to offer a little bit of everything!

Below we have a photo tour of our most recent brunch buffet, full of color, hot and cold dishes, and plenty of options for even the pickiest of eaters. Feast your eyes!

TheSistersSoiree.comWild Green Salad

Mixed baby greens with finely chopped broccoli, shredded carrots, cherry tomatoes and cucumber tossed in a light sherry vinaigrette dressing. A light option to pair with more heavier dishes on your buffet.

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Fresh Fruit Platter

Fruit is a must-have at brunch! We are always craving the sweet, fresh, goodness of nature’s candy. The choices are endless, strawberries, grapes, pineapple, cantaloupe, kiwis, berries and more. For a more appealing look, cut your pineapple in quarters, leaving the leafy top part attached. Cube the fruit and it place back in it’s shell. The leafy top will add height and make for a beautiful appearance!

TheSistersSoiree.com Breakfast Casserole

Filled with eggs, sausage, onions, red pepper and cheddar cheese – this is a wholesome recipe and so easy to prepare! Can be prepped the night before and thrown in the oven the morning of your party.

Ingredients: 10 scrambled eggs, 1 pound of crumbled breakfast sausage, diced onion and peppers, topped with shredded cheddar. Perfect for any over night guests!

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Salads, Salads, Salads!

All brunch buffets should be full of tasty salads, we lined ours with a beautiful heirloom tomato, mozzarella and avocado salad and one of our favorites, an egg salad with party bread and endive leaves to fill!

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Zucchini Potato Pancakes with Caviar and Sour Cream

We have been obsessed with Zucchini Potato Pancakes since Amanda made them a few weeks ago, such an easy and versatile dish, our buffet couldn’t go with out it. See the recipe, here!

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Spiral Ham

To top of your mega brunch buffet, add a spiral ham. I mean, look at that glistening beauty! This adds the protein our brunch buffet was missing. Ham and eggs sounds pretty good to us!

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Don’t Forget the Plates!

Stack your plates at the start of the brunch buffet, with enough forks, knives and napkins so your guests can help themselves to seconds and thirds!

CHEERS!

Amanda & Ashley

 


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