New Breakfast Catering Menu Item

best breakfast catering dallasOur new breakfast catering menu item:

Breakfast Pudding!

Need a new breakfast catering menu item for your next office breakfast meeting or to add to a traditional continental breakfast catering? Then try our new Breakfast Pudding.

Pudding for Breakfast you ask? You bet!

If you like yogurt, you’re going to love this!
If you like oatmeal, you’re going to love this!
If you like sweet creamy pudding, you’re going to love this!

We called it pudding because it’s thick and creamy sweet, just like pudding. It has a little bit of texture to it and you can add more crunch with granola, walnuts, pecans or almonds. We chose almonds.

Continental breakfasts are standard fare on breakfast catering menus featuring pastries, fruit and/or juices and coffee. Bagels and cream cheese, yogurt and granola are also popular office catering staples for a quick and easy business breakfast. Then, if you want to serve something hot, there is the typical hot breakfast catering menus featuring eggs, breakfast tacos, biscuit or croissant sandwiches, bacon, sausage, and breakfast potatoes, all common corporate breakfast catering options.

Now there’s something new to add to your next breakfast catering. Our new overnight oatmeal made with oats, sweet vanilla yogurt, milk, fruit and a sprinkle of slivered almonds makes a great choice too add to any continental breakfast or hot breakfast catering menu. It makes a sweet start to any morning!!!

Want to make it at home for yourself? Here’s a quick and easy recipe:

½ cup your choice of oats

½ cup milk, skim milk or soy milk

½ yogurt or Greek Yogurt

Fruit of your choice like strawberries, blueberries, raspberries or bananas

This makes about 9 oz. of pudding so in a bowl or container large enough to hold that, (or in a fancy parfait glass) place the raw oats in the container first, pour the milk or liquid of your choice over the oarts, then spoon the yogurt on top of the oat and liquid mixture. Layer the sliced or cut fruit on top of the yogurt, cover and put in the refrigerator overnight. In the morning, wake up and know breakfast will be ready when you are, and simply uncover and if desired, top with granola or nuts and enjoy. Sweet, creamy and fabulous!

You can make S’more overnight oatmeal, mango cinnamon overnight oatmeal, peanut butter and jelly overnight oatmeal and a host of other combinations. Just about anything you like to eat can be used so, for more inspiraton, or more recipe ideas check out these recipes.