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Re: Hosting a bridal shower

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@sherrikay - a breakfast casserole is perfect for a shower brunch!  People love them.  I would also use ham - it's easy and universally liked.  Here is the recipe I use, very similar to walker's recipe:

 

Lightly grease a 9x13 baking dish.

12 eggs

1 c milk

Whisk well in a large bowl.  Add and mix all together:

2/3 c finely chopped onion

1/2 c finely chopped green pepper

3/4 tsp salt

1/2 tsp pepper

1/4 tsp Lawry's seasoning

2 c shredded cheddar

16 oz shredded frozen has browns, thawed

2 - 3 c chopped ham

Pour into baking dish and bake uncovered in preheated oven at 350 for about 45 - 50 min or until center is set.

 

Have fun!

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I'm not a fan of showers or home parties, period, and in all honesty have only gone to the ones with the best food.  

 

I look for ham biscuits, mini party sandwiches, sliders, or croissants with chicken or ham salad, veggies and dip, fruit with dip, pasta salad, and I prefer soda or iced tea over punch.    

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because it is going to be a brunch.also having mimosas

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thank-you all for giving me recipe ideas for bridal shower.every recipe sounds so delicious.thanks again!

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Re: Hosting a bridal shower

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👍👍 for MIMOSAS!!!  😁

 

(I'll help and you can pay me with mimosas..😅.)

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@sherrikay   You have gotten some nice recipes here.  There are some that were posted in a thread in  recipes  on  07-18-2019 at 9:08 a.m. by  matyliz.

 

If you select Board and then type in Breakfast casserole and hit return it will be the first  selection of several threads that come up.

 

Your event sounds special and I think a brunch is a lovely idea.

 

Just a thought:   Presumably this is a "ladies only" not a Jack &  Jill bridal event.  If  it is a mixed group you might want to offer spicy bloody Marys for the guys.

 

All the best,

 

aroc3435

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to heck with the guys,I love bloddymarys aroc3435

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I sure do appreciate this info aroc3435.i looked up info,and found several recipies.thanks again

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@sherrikay   Glad to have helped you find some additional recipes from these forums which I so enjoy.

 

Have fun with the shower.  I  haven't had an opportunity to host one in a very long time.  I so loved the planning, list making, shopping, and all the preparations,  decorating and cooking which  to me were as rewarding as hosting the happy event itself.

 

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@sherrikay- at Paula Deen dot com, she has a recipe for Baked French Toast Casserole.