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Breakfast Bowls—A Buffet Display For Your Catered Event

Antonio Alexander

Breakfast bowls often feature a mix of custom food items that are nutrient-rich and complementary to one another. A catered meal can involve displaying breakfast bowl foods along a buffet table. The use of some warming and cooling stations, a charcuterie rack, and a multi-tiered platter will neatly display foods and keep them fresh.

The Featured Item

Choose one main food item to feature at your catered event. Eggs, pancakes, sausage, or hash browns can serve as the main ingredient so your guests will be able to build their breakfast bowls. Cheese, grits, chives, and other foods or garnishes can be used to create custom bowls. The featured item can be placed inside stainless steel trays that are designed to be secured within a buffet table that has heating and cooling capabilities.

This type of table is often used in commercial kitchens. If the caterer who you hire has access to this type of table, you will need to provide the caterer with your menu and cooking preferences. Each of the food items that you select will be displayed within separate compartments that are contained within the table.

You can rent this type of equipment if your caterer does not have a buffet table at their disposal. Your breakfast buffet display should contain adequate lighting, plenty of trays to hold food, and separate heating and cooling chambers. A rental table may contain glass shields, a canopy, and other safety features that will preserve the appearance and freshness of the buffet items.

Special Displays

Your caterer can incorporate some special displays, which will elevate the appearance of appetizers, breads, pastries, and other custom products that will be offered to your guests. A charcuterie rack is an accessory that can be used to showcase fresh meats, cheeses, vegetables, and other finger foods that your guests can either enjoy on the side or add to their custom breakfast bowls. The use of colorful toothpicks and labels can be used to draw attention to each finger food that your caterer has made.

A multi-tiered platter that is constructed of stainless steel can be used to display baked products. The use of this type of display will prevent bread products from getting soggy. It will also provide a simple and effective way for your guests to select the items they prefer. Your caterer may supply tongs or disposable gloves that your guests can use when picking items from the tiered platter. 

For more information about breakfast buffet catering, contact a local company.