Office Breakfast Potluck Dishes

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One of the things that I enjoy most about potlucks is planning and preparing the morning’s meal. There are a number of reasons why I love this method of getting together with the family, but one of the best parts is having a variety of recipes to choose from. The morning’s meal doesn’t have to be boring, especially when you have a wide variety of breakfast potluck dishes to choose from. This way everyone can get involved in helping to decide on a delicious recipe that everyone will love.

For instance, if you are hosting a breakfast potluck for office employees, how about a fruit platter with peanut butter on top, along with fresh grapes, pears, blueberries, blackberries and honey? You could also choose to serve an assortment of cookies, muffins, bagels, and other deli food items as well. As you are thinking of ideas, consider serving a good-sized salad or some raw vegetables to go along with the different items on your menu. If you really want to kick your potluck cooking up a notch, think about what you could serve to your guests as an after dinner snack.

An Overview

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Another great choice for breakfast potlucks is to use a savory recipe for the main dish. One that a caller from our office kitchen asked to make was potluck turkey chili. This dish calls for a pound of ground beef, a couple of cans of tomato sauce, and of course some peppers. The person who made this dish says that it is definitely a hit at potlucks and the office; everyone asks for the recipe.

Another potluck dish that is always a hit is macaroni and cheese. One reviewer from our office sent in a picture of this dish with a variety of toppings and said it was absolutely delicious! She used cream cheese, shredded cheddar cheese, and chives on top. Another good choice for breakfast potlucks is macaroni and cheese.

Potluck Office Breakfast

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Breakfast potlucks are a great way to celebrate special occasions like birthdays and anniversaries, but they can also be used to celebrate holidays. A caller from our office noticed that people often had potlucks on Thanksgiving Day, which would make her very happy. She recommends giving her mother, father, and other relatives in a variety of recipes for the next time she hosts a potluck next time. One recipe that the caller uses time again is black bean dip with black beans, salsa, guacamole, and cheddar cheese.

One recipe creator from our office wanted to see if black bean dip with salsa and guacamole was a big hit. She went to a recipe creator website to find out if it was a good idea and was surprised to see that it was a huge hit. It is one of her favorites from the potluck recipes she has created in the past. Another recipe creator says that he does not use the salsa and guacamole when he cooks for his family because he does not like the taste. Instead, he uses canned tomatoes and red bell pepper to make it.

Many office breakfast potluck hosts also like to serve fruit platters for their guests. A caller from our office noticed that many restaurants will give away fruit platters when they have a potluck because they know people will be trying to avoid the foods that they would have gotten at the restaurant. The caller notes that he serves different fruit platters depending on the time of day. Sometimes he serves watermelon, peach, grapefruit, and banana.

In The End

Office breakfast potluck dishes can be fun and easy to create. People in an office setting enjoy having fresh fruit, yogurt, and other delicious food options. They know that there will be plenty of others in an office that is eating a good breakfast, too. By serving them the same foods they are eating in their homes, it makes a morning in an office more pleasant. Creativity is the key to making anyone happy.

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