Breakfast Treat Ideas For 60 People?

Decorating By imartsy Updated 19 Dec 2006 , 3:54am by mqguffey

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imartsy Posted 17 Dec 2006 , 7:13pm
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I'm in a play at church and for Christmas I know we have a large cast and a lot of musicians and people helping out "behind the scenes". I'd love to be able to do something for everyone - just bake some kind of goodie.... I originally wanted to make those snowman pops - but 60 people..... can't do it. Esp. b/c I'm going to be at rehersal for the play just about every night this week. So I need something quick. I thought about baking some gingerbread cake - just cake - no decoration...... but we just had a discussion about a bunch of people in the cast not liking gingerbread.

Okay other problem - I thought - ooh I could do a bunch of cake balls..... but the church services will be in the morning..... I don't know if cake balls are something people would eat in the morning. I could do them the night before when we have one or two services..... but I just thought it would be nice for the morning..... I dunno. Any tips or ideas would be greatly appreciated!!!

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satin Posted 17 Dec 2006 , 7:21pm
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Are you the only one serving breakfast or are there gonna be others making food also? Muffins, mini muffins, breakfast cookies?

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patticakesnc Posted 17 Dec 2006 , 7:28pm
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How about banana nut bread. I have a killer recipe!

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imartsy Posted 17 Dec 2006 , 7:34pm
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ooh I guess I could do bread loaves - I could do banana and also choc. chip zucchini - that could be good - I'd love your banana loaf recipe if you don't mind sharing!!! You can PM me or PM me and ask for my e-mail and I"ll give it to you. icon_smile.gif

Oh and about others serving breakfast - I don't know that there will be a "breakfast served" per se, this was just my little treat to bring in. I have no clue if others will bring anything. It's Christmas - so possibly, but there's no guarantee of anything other than doughnuts.

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ShirleyW Posted 17 Dec 2006 , 8:42pm
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Zucchini bread is another one that everyone seems to like. Even those who don't like it as a vegetable (me) thinks it's delicious if you just say it's nut bread. Not a fib really because it does have nuts in the recipe.

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imartsy Posted 17 Dec 2006 , 10:16pm
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Just one last question - think there's any cute easy fast way to "decorate" the bread? Or would that just be stupid? I don't think I have any stencils to "sprinkle" powdered sugar over - and b/c it's kind of a loaf shape I'm not sure that would look right.... I dunno I'm prob. just trying too hard to impress people and I should just make something that tastes good icon_smile.gif

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tincanbaby Posted 19 Dec 2006 , 3:48am
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Small cinnamon rolls in muffin cups. Decorate with cherries, both red and green and drizzle with cream cheese frosting.... oh so good!!

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mqguffey Posted 19 Dec 2006 , 3:54am
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Do you have a paper doily? That could work as a powdered sugar stencil.

You can do both, impress 'em and make it taste good! icon_smile.gif

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