Baby shower menus are so fun to plan!
Baby shower menus should be light and satisfying. Don't forget the mother-to-be and her dietary needs. She may have a sensitive tummy and require bland foods (or plenty of ginger ale).
A simple menu could include finger sandwiches, appetizers and a salad. A great punch is always a must. For a co-ed party, add chicken tenders or wings and pizza. Prepare a veggie tray and purchased chips and dips and you're all set.
Most baby showers will feature a special cake, but add at least one more dessert for an extra sweet ending.
This makes a playful baby shower menu prepared with your favorite "baby" foods. Hearty enough for a co-ed shower. Serve in the early afternoon with mint tea, lemonade, fruit smoothies or cold fruit juice
Assorted Crispy Crackers, Rolls, Breadsticks
My Sweet Baby Brunch
A simple menu, perfect for your next baby shower, birthday party or anniversary brunch buffet. Serve with fruit teas, juices, white wine spritzers and coffee
Homemade Breakfast Sausage
Blueberry Corn Cakes with Walnut Butter and Maple Syrup
Spinach and Strawberry Salad
Purchased cakes, cookies, cupcakes
Picture Perfect Baby
This simple brunch covers all the bases. Start with eclairs and pastries and serve tomato or cranberry juice.
Elegant and rich. Serve with mineral water or flavored waters, tea and coffee. Take it easy with purchased cakes or desserts
Crab and Pea Salad in
Dijon and Herb Roasted Salmon
Serve with garlic mayonnaise
Asparagus and Parmesan Rice Salad
Mixed salad greens with olive oil and red wine vinegar
Strawberries With Ricotta Cream
Baby Shower Menu
This satisfying brunch or lunch menu is good for any occasion. Serve with fruit teas, champagne and white wine or white wine spritzers
The Go Baby
Many flavors and lots of veggies make this a great lunch menu and healthy for Mom and her guests. Serve with mineral water and lemonade