Three Awesome Foods to Serve With Your Sunday Brunch Buffet

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Brunch is easily the most underrated meal of the day. Whether you’re planning a wedding reception, meeting the boyfriend’s parents, or just catching up with your college roommates, a Sunday morning brunch is light, casual and fun! There are tons of good brunch places, but if you need to really make a good impression, why not put out a nice little Sunday brunch buffet?

Now, the real question is what do you serve at this Sunday buffet brunch? If you think that a Sunday brunch buffet is an awesome idea, here’s a few great food ideas!

Bread Pudding.

Bread pudding is a bread based dessert that’s made with stale, leftover bread, milk, egg, sugar, cinnamon, citrus zest, rum and other spices. There’s no one fixed recipe for it, so you can feel free to improvise with this dish and show off your culinary skill. It’s perfect for Sunday brunch buffet because it can be made either heavy or light, it’s sweet, and because it can be made in big quantities easily.

Breakfast Pizzas.

What’s great about breakfast pizzas for a Sunday brunch buffet is that they can be made quickly, and to serve big groups of people. Generally, if you were to order a breakfast pizza from a pizzeria, it’d come with toppings such as egg, sausage, bacon and maybe some peppers. These are delicious, and in addition to those, you can make a sweeter kind. Top some pitas with marmalade, Neufchatel cheese, and fresh fruits, and et viola–you’ve got salty and sweet breakfast pizzas for the Sunday brunch buffet!


Everyone loves a good drink at a Sunday brunch buffet, but you can’t make them too strong. Consider making mimosa, or perhaps even sangeria. It’s advisable, though, that if you’re making sangeria, you may do well to go soft with the brandy, or else leave it out entirely.

These are only a few things you can whip up for a scrumptious Sunday brunch buffet. If you have any questions, or any further suggestions, feel free to ask in the comments! Get more info here.