Sunday, December 28, 2014
What's For Breakfast: Gluten Free Holiday Edition
1. Set the table the night before, that way you don't have to even think about plates and forks in the morning.
2. Take the deli meats and vegetables out of the packaging and set them on a plate, it gives it a classier look.
3. Light some candles. Candles=classy.
4. Get egg cups. I mean, what's cuter than a little cup that holds your soft/hard boiled egg.
5. Charger plates add a splash of color to your place setting.
6. Add wine glasses to your breakfast table. It's more fun to drink milk and juice out of it! Bonus-add a cloth napkin.
7. Add a variety of cheeses to the table, as it allows people to choose which cheese they'd like. (We also had a variety of deli meats: turkey pastrami and roasted turkey breast.)
8. Have a starter-even at breakfast. We served oatmeal (gluten-free of course.)
9. Make sure your bread is separate from the other bread. As my guests aren't gluten-free, their bread was in a separate bowl than mine. Fun fact-my bread is actually a gluten-free crisp bread from Norway! So, if you're ever in Norway, pick some up, it's DELICIOUS. (Plus you don't need a toaster.)
Sprucing up your breakfast table really makes your guests feel welcomed and gives you bonus points as a host!