Last Sunday I hosted a brunch for two of my closest girlfriends. It has been months since we’ve had the opportunity to just sit and chat and I miss them. These are the girlfriends that I can talk to about anything and I know they’ll listen and empathize. I’m so glad that we were all able to find a brunch date that worked with all of our crazy schedules.
I kept the brunch menu simple, yet delicious. I wanted to spend my time visiting with my friends and not worrying about food. If you are planning on hosting a girlfriend brunch I highly recommend the following menu. It’s diet friendly and can be customized to fit just about any dietary restrictions.
GIRLFRIEND BRUNCH MENU
Veggie & Sausage Fritata
Tomato & Cucumber Salad
This is all really easy to make and took around 90 minutes to prep, chop, mix and bake everything. I found the recipes online and since I didn’t make any major changes to the recipes I’m just linking you to them. The recipe for the veggie & sausage fritata uses canadian bacon instead of sausage. I also added a few small chunks of cheese to each cup, but those are the only changes I made. This could easily be a meat-free recipe if you want to add more veggies (think broccoli or squash).
The tomato and cucumber salad is divine….LOVED IT!! Easy to make and if you have a garden you can just pick your veggies and toss together this simple salad.
Easy to make: Tomatoes, cucumbers, red onion, feta, lemon juice & olive oil…that’s it!
I cheated and used a cornbread mix from the store. I have it on good authority that it was good. I’m doing my best to stick to my carb-free diet so I resisted the corn bread temptation, but my friends really liked it.
Mimosas and coffee are my standard brunch beverages. I appreciate low fuss drinks.
During my get-together I tested out Kleenex hand towels in the bathroom. I love that I’m able to offer each guest their own individual clean hand towel and the box looked great in the bathroom. These are definitely on my “must-have” party list.
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.
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