Brunch is everything now right? Everyone is searching for the trendiest brunch spots with bottomless mimosas. How about I suggest to you to be the "hostess with the mostest" in your home? Hosting a brunch can be so simple and easy especially when you have no frills food like bagels on the menu. A build your own bagel bar can be setup at a Sunday brunch, bachelorette brunch and even a cute little baby shower brunch with mini bagels. It is very simple to put together, there is no cooking required, yay for that.
HOW TO SETUP YOUR BAGEL BAR
+ The morning of your brunch visit your local bakery or grocery store and grab fresh bagels. We'd suggest getting a variety of options--plain bagels, cinnamon raisin, poppyseed, asiago cheese, everything.
+ Set up a cut little toaster near the sliced bagels. Either you can go ahead and toast them for your guests or place a cute handwritten note near the toaster saying Help Yourself.
+ Prepare your cream cheese by letting it set at room temperature and transfer to a bowl. Don't serve it directly from the container. You want everything to be pretty pretty.
+ Lay out all of your fixings.Here are some options.....
cream cheese: plain, herbed and strawberry are the people's choice
red onion, sliced thin
fresh herbs, like dill, chives, and basil
coarse sea salt
mint, basil, spearmint
Don't over complicate this easy bagel bar. Have fun with it! Channel your inner Martha Stewart by styling a pretty buffet setup using a big cutting board and mismatched bowls and platters. Set out some cocktails and mimosas you have yourself a bagel bar.