Here’s a fun idea for a party: a Toast Bar Brunch. Invite a few close friends, and keep the menu simple with mimosas and toast…
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.
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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
And there you have it: a brunch party menu that’s elegant and simple, so you can focus on saying “cheers!” with your guests instead of slaving over the stove.