Serving a simple tea for a bridal shower brunch? Bake up a batch of scones, such as this yummy recipe using concord grapes and topped with mascarpone. Brew some black tea and enjoy a genteel morning!
Bite size pastries are the bane of our existence for a reason. They're completely addictive, and their small size somehow convinces you that you should totally have a half dozen of them. These glazed lemon poppy seed muffins are easy to make, and so tasty that we advise you double the recipe.
This gourmet quiche uses gorgonzola cheese and tart apples to create a rich and unique brunch dish. Because it is so heavy, serve it with something light and sparkling.
If you are able to seat everyone comfortable at a table, why not serve a simple brunch entree? This ricotta tart and accompanying salad is the perfect start to a summer day.
Like a cross between an almond croissant and a cream puff, this marzipan-filled treat makes quite the statement on a pretty table. They can be a little messy, so only make these if guests can be seated to eat.
Because the heart wants what the heart wants, no modern bridal shower brunch would be complete without a sticky stack of glazed donuts. We're pretty sure this is why coffee was invented.
This pull-apart bread is sensational for a casual bridal shower. This rustic breakfast treat is stuffed full of warm spices and chopped pecans.
Who doesn't love waffles? Set up a waffle station with different fruit and sweet toppings for a little DIY fun. If you want to make something extra special, this baked waffle strata is a brunch version of a Monte Cristo sandwich.
Breakfast casseroles are a great alternative to the more sugary brunch fare, and are also terrific to bake ahead the previous night. Perfect for beginning bakers, they are nearly impossible to mess up.
Upscale Breakfast Sandwiches
Take the tradtional breakfast sandwich up a notch with herbs and lox. This brunch dish goes really well with mimosas, and you can wrap in paper if you need guests to eat standing.
Strawberry Shortcake Trifle
When you need a showstopper of a brunch treat, look no further than this decadent strawberry shortcake trifle with layers of fluffy whipped cream.
If you've decide to purchase all your brunch treats, but still want something homemade, try your hand at the zesty lemon curd. It brightens up scones and crumpets, and stores well in the refrigerator afterwards.
Selecting the perfect brunch cocktail for a bridal shower can be a hard decision, but if you want insta-fun, make these champagne Jell-O shots. They definitely elevate this old school party refreshment.