If you're going to drink the morning, you should probably have a snack too
February 25, 2012 10:18 AM Subscribe
We are having a brunch reception following a church wedding - the groom and I will likely be delayed by 30-45 minutes by photos and greetings so we want to have some sort of cocktail hour. We have the drinks sorted out, bloody marys and a mimosa bar, along with tea, coffee, etc, but we are stuck on what to serve as a light, savory snack during that time.
posted by cessair to food & drink (25 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
We know we want mini muffins, but I would also like to have something not-sweet.
Complication - it can't require any prep work on the day of the wedding (it will be too early!) so it has to be served room temperature.
Also, the main meal will be a variety of sweet and savory pies and tarts (with salad and fruit) so I don't want to do mini-quiche as an appetizer (which would otherwise be a great option).
I need inspiration - any suggestions for prep-free food as a brunch appetizer?