Breakfast Catering for Corporate Events

Posted by Chef Dan on October 20, 2015 at 6:00 AM

You’ve heard the saying time and time again, “breakfast is the most important meal of the day,” – and we’d have to agree. Research suggests that eating breakfast has a number of health benefits, and if you’re a businessperson, eating breakfast will help you stay focused and give you the energy you need to conquer the day.

In the business world, we know corporate events and meetings occur frequently. And most of the time, these important gatherings happen in the morning. If you’re planning a corporate event or meeting, instead of having you and your guests sit through it on an empty stomach, have a well-balance breakfast available. By balanced, we mean no sugary donuts, no bagels, and no dainty scones. These options may be tasty, but they will spike blood sugar levels and leave you and your guests feeling tired and hungry soon after you eat. To avoid this sugar crash, we have a few healthy, balanced breakfast catering examples below.

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  • Choose from crabmeat, shrimp, wild rice sausage, bacon, ham, peppers, tomatoes, onions, black olives, pesto, 
    pepperoncini, salsa, and cheddar cheese.
  • Fresh seasonal fruit platter
  • Cheesy red skin potatoes
  • Assorted muffins, pastries, and fritter breads
  • Orange juice and fresh brewed coffee (regular or decaf)

 

Early Riser

  • Fresh scrambled eggs with cheese
  • Wild rice sausage and bacon
  • Fresh seasonal fruit platter
  • Cheesy red skin potatoes
  • Orange juice and fresh brewed coffee (regular or decaf)

 

French Toast & Sausage

  • Fritter French toast
  • Wild rice sausage
  • Fresh seasonal fruit platter
  • Cheesy hash browns
  • Orange juice and fresh brewed coffee (regular or decaf)
 

As you can see, these selections are balanced breakfast options that include carbohydrates, protein, and fat. Sweet pastries can be thrown in as a sweet treat but having other options available to eat along with them is important. We want your next event (and entire day) to be successful. If you have an event or meeting coming up, cater it with a solid meal that will kick-start you and your guests’ days.

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