“This mix-and-match menu lets you choose what to munch for brunch. French toast or eggs Benedict? Yogurt parfait or crispy bacon? And cheers for the party mimosa! There are lighter options, too, so whether you're counting calories or going all out, feast as you see fit on this build-your-own buffet.”
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Make it easy by making it ahead! Assemble the baked French toast the night before, keep pancakes and crepes warm in the oven, and poached eggs can be made, then reheated in simmering water.
These sides are perfect for making early, then setting out right as everyone starts to eat. Assuming the bacon lasts that long, that is.
Lighten up the whole brunch with these light and fruity sweets. Let people assemble their own, or make them the night before. Parfaits and fruit salads taste even better after some time in the fridge.
Nothing beats baked goods fresh from the oven. But these breads and pastries are just as good after they've had time to cool, too.
Spruce up that coffee and OJ with a little something extra. Whether it's the kick of a bloody Mary or the sweet taste of a smoothie, these are the best quenchers the morning has to offer.
Variety is the key to big brunch buffet. Give your guests plenty of options, all while keeping it low-key and easy on yourself. Most of these dishes can be made ahead, or easily reheated right when the guests come through the door.
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