What better way to kick off the new year than by saying cheers with friends at brunch on January 1? Host a New Year’s Day Brunch with a Mimosa & Toast Bar. Invite a few close friends, and keep the menu simple with mimosas and toast…
simple, stress-free (but still elegant!) new year’s day brunch party menu
A pretty mimosa bar stocked with fruits and juices (cranberry, orange, pineapple) has the wow factor for a New Year’s Day brunch. Curious about what kind of sparkling to serve? Good news: when you’re blending with orange juice, a cheaper sparkling is just fine. Keep Chandon Rosè (the limited edition Baublebar version is spectacular for a bar!!) or Mumm Napa out for the guests who want to skip on OJ, but pouring a lesser expensive Prosecco or other sparkling white wine is just fine for a mimosa.
Fancy Toast Bar
Keep brunch simple with a toast bar. Your guests will love it, and you’ll love the minimal prep. Spread out toasted
New Year’s Southern Tradition: Black-Eyed Peas & Collard Greens (Luck and Money)
Hoppin’ John, a dish that has a combination of black-eyed peas, rice, and pork, is a traditional Southern dish to taste on New Year’s Day for good luck. Hoppin’ John is eaten with collards, which represent money, and the peas represent coins. If you don’t want hoppin’
And there you have it: a new year’s day brunch party menu that’s elegant and simple, so you can focus on saying “cheers!” with your guests instead of slaving over the stove.
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