Celebrating Galentine's Day
Valentine's Day is all about celebrating the people you love most in your life. Spouses, children, family, pets (or is that just me?!). But what about your girl friends?
Valentine’s Day is all about celebrating the people you love most in your life. Spouses, children, family, pets (or is that just me?!). But what about your girl friends? The ones you can talk to for hours over coffee, the ones you send photos of your outfit to when you aren’t so sure it goes together, the ones you call when those loved ones aren’t being so lovely. We should celebrate that relationship! So when we heard February 13th is unofficially known as Galentine’s Day we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to honor our BFF’s.
We know brunch is the official way to celebrate with your ladies, but this year the 13th is a Tuesday. Not ideal for a leisurely brunch. So, what’s the next best thing? Brinner! Breakfast for dinner is one of life’s small pleasures that is perfect for Galentine’s Day. Here’s what we’re planning on serving:
Broccoli and Mushroom Frittata – such a simple but delicious egg dish. It’s like a crust-less quiche!
Strawberries and Cream Pancakes – shaped like hearts and served with homemade strawberry butter these pancakes are a tasty addition to the meal. Plus, pancakes a requirement when serving brinner.
Roasted Spring Vegetable Salad – even though spring is in the title these vegetables are available year round. Once you try the avocado dressing that the salad’s tossed in you’ll understand why this is one of our favorites.
Cinnamon Pull-Apart Party Loaf - one more sweet thing to add to the meal. It's a great, simple way to feed a crowd and much easier than making cinnamon rolls.
We’ll round out the meal with some fruit, crispy bacon and of course mimosas. Need a few more ideas (like waffle recipes)? Check our our Galentine's Day Brunch Recipes collection. How are you planning on celebrating the ladies in your life that keep you sane? Tag your recipes @landolakesktchn on Instagram so we can see your creations.
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