Need some creative inspiration for a spring brunch party? Yes? Excellent! Each month we’ll be sharing a party kit concept right here, bringing you enticing ways to surprise and delight your family, friends and soon-to-be best friends. Let’s go!
Spring 2017 sees the worlds of food and entertaining embracing quick and easy – from small plate ideas to brownies in a mug.
Here are our picks:
We adore this easy grazing trend for brunch! Our Spring Brunch recipe suggestion: Caramelized Onion, Spinach and Gruyere Strata made in a muffin tin – just right for small plates. Packed with protein, POD & BEAN™ Stone Ground Mustard adds a layer of tangy complexity. If you’ve got a hankering for something sweet, you’ve got to try our Mini Baguette French Toast with PURE DARK® Cocoa Nibs and Aztec Chocolate Sauce. The name says it all!
Spicy, Bubbly, Chipotle Wonderful…
When it comes to a non-alcoholic brunch crowd-pleaser we’re committed to flavorful taste, so our choice for this worthy experience is a spicy virgin Bloody Mary made with POD & BEAN™ Chipotle Hot Sauce. If you’re looking for a little buzz with your brunch, try our Blackberry Meyer Lemon Prosecco Mimosa made with POD & BEAN™ Blackberry Chipotle Sauce. The artful combo of lemon, blackberry and spice is like sunshine in a glass.
Scrumptious Brownie Mug Cake
It’s true, we all love them. Brownies! When they’re made with DOVE® Signature™ Truffle Fudge Brownie Mix and presented in an individual mug, piping hot with a molten center, we’re pretty sure love goes to a whole new level. And they are so easy to make – only 1:15 in the microwave! Get the recipe!
April is still a bit chilly, so our décor suggestion for Spring Brunch? Bring the garden party inside! Tissue paper flowers are a sweet alternative to the real thing, and so fun to assemble. Key tip: customize your colors for Spring’s pastel shades!
The Music List
Let’s keep this simple, shall we? If you don’t have Spotify, it’s a good time to sign up. This Spring we’re going for nostalgia: classic American movie scores. Think Irving Berlin’s ‘Easter Parade.’ Get your bonnet on!