With the lockdown in full effect, no “normal” in sight and Mother’s Day soon approaching, many people are concerned with how to show appreciation for their mothers or the mother of their children. With much to do, and being limited, catering a Mother’s Day Brunch can be a perfect solution. Today, we at Married to Food Catering with Chef Marcel & Jeannie would like to share a few recommendations to cater your Mother’s Day brunch.
It is not Mother’s Day without some drinks. Sangria can help make the room more carefree. No matter your drink of choice, having wine, champagne, or mimosas can be a nice touch to your Mother’s Day Brunch.
Mother’s Day Brunch Buffet
A brunch buffet can be just the right Mother’s Day gesture, especially during this time in our lives. You really can’t go wrong with brunch foods such as quiches to French toast. A few other brunch foods include the following.
Mixed Fruit Trifle
Layered with crunchy granola, grapes, apples and strawberries (or any other fruit favorites, along with organic low-fat vanilla yogurt is a delicious brunch option.
Breakfast Taco Bar Catering
Alongside fresh-cut fruit, scrambled eggs and sweet potato green chili hash served with warm corn tortillas, queso fresco, guacamole, pickled jalapeños, shredded lettuce, and salsa verde.
All American Brunch
Try the following items on for size if your Mother prefers a classic All-American brunch
– Omelet and scramble eggs served with plain with cheddar cheese, or Farmer’s ham, bacon, maple sausage and cheese or Veggie style that includes onion, bell pepper, mushroom and provolone cheese.
– Fresh-cut fruit
– Sausage links, smoked bacon, ham or turkey/chicken sausage
– Home fries or red skin potatoes
Crepes or this everything bagel casserole, there is certainly no shortage of mouthwatering brunch recipes.
Consider offering a mix of appetizers, especially if you are not providing an entire buffet for your guests. A well-thought-out selection of hors d’oeuvres can make a brunch all the better. Mini Vienna hot dogs, crab cakes, veggie quesadilla, cucumber ranch bites, and petite caprese skewers are a few other
Entrees & Sides
With mom at the center of the event, maybe an intimate sit-down experience might be the better option. Delicious meal that stars a variety of fresh, mouthwatering entrees like stuffed parmesan portobello, pommery apricot chicken, and Hibachi salmon along with sides such as broccoli stir fry, herb roasted potatoes, and sweet corn with chive butter. No matter what options you want, having it catered is the perfect touch.
Be sure your Mother’s Day feast features something extra sweet for her as moms often do a whole lot for everyone. There is quite a list of desserts for brunch, examples like churros, pineapple upside down cake, chocolate-dipped strawberries, strawberry short cake, cannoli, gelato, among other options. Ice cream sundaes are always hit, particularly a buffet style served with vanilla ice cream scoops, M&M’s, crushed Oreo cookies, sprinkles, chopped nuts, cherries, chocolate sauce, strawberry sauce, caramel sauce, and whipped cream.
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Married to Food Catering with Chef Marcel & Jeannie hope everyone enjoys Mother’s Day. We miss you all!