These baby shower brunch ideas are just what you need to help celebrate the arrival of a new baby! Gather family members and close friends to celebrate the new parents with these baby shower food ideas.
- Baby Shower Brunch Food Ideas
- Breakfast Casseroles
- 🥚 Mini Quiches
- Easy Baby Shower Finger Foods
- Charcuterie Boards and Waffle Platters
- 🥂 Mimosas
- 🍹 Alcoholic Drinks
- 🧋 Mocktails & Punch
- 📝 Frequently asked questions, answers and tips:
- 🍱 More Recipes To Explore
- Appetizer Recipes
- 34 Baby Shower Brunch Ideas
- 👩🏻🍳 Sarah Mock
Baby Shower Brunch Food Ideas
Serve up these elegant yet simple finger foods, breakfast casseroles, charcuterie boards, cocktails, and Mocktails. Put a fun twist on your party with these creative and beautiful baby shower recipes that taste amazing.
Baby shower food and drink ideas with easy-to-follow recipes. Your guests will love these recipes including breakfast dishes such as pancakes, waffles, and egg muffins, as well as appetizers, salads, and desserts. Choose from several beverage options, including coffee, tea, and mocktails.
Follow easy tips for hosting a perfect baby shower party with a comprehensive guide to baby shower food ideas, and planning a delicious and memorable baby shower brunch.
You can't go wrong with this breakfast casserole! It is easy to make and a great option for a baby shower. This one is delicious and gluten free with almond flour, maple syrup, and blueberries. So if you love blueberries and baked treats this is the recipe for you.
This classic savory casserole is easy-to-make for brunch and serves a crowd, sausage and eggs taste so good with peppers and onions. You can make it the night before too and reheat it with an extra sprinkle of shredded cheese.
If I were planning a baby shower brunch menu this French toast casserole would be my top choice recipe idea. You can premake it with leftover french bread. With flavors like brown sugar and cinnamon what’s not to love?
If you adore sweet breakfast foods this cinnamon roll casserole is just amazing. It’s an ooey gooey toasted treat with melted butter, eggs, heavy cream, cinnamon, vanilla, chopped pecans, and maple syrup.
If you love a little potato and bacon in your eggs try this breakfast casserole. It’s meaty, cheesy, and stuffed with healthy vegetables like sweet potatoes and red bell pepper. It’s the best oven baked dish for a crowd.
🥚 Mini Quiches
These little bites are just lovely for a baby shower brunch menu. Everyone gets their own cute and dainty portion plus is so scrumptious. All you need is eggs, shredded Swiss cheese, spinach, bacon bits, ham, mushrooms, and some pie crust.
What is a baby shower without a classic quiche Lorraine? Everyone will love the creamy filling, caramelized onions, custard and lardons or bacon! Just start by baking your pie crust, sauté your add-ins, make the custard, and bake!
If you want a dairy free tiny quiche option try these little egg muffins with leeks and sausage. Just use a premade crust, ditch the cheese, and use almond milk. They are so dainty and cute, not to mention absolutely delicious.
Break out the puff pastries for your baby shower party with this recipe for individual quiches. They are quick and easy with minimal ingredients. You can serve them hot, cold, or room temperature.
Easy Baby Shower Finger Foods
Finger foods couldn’t get more amazing than these tomato tartlets with flaky puff pastry. They’re cheesy, creamy, and packed with Italian herbs, and juicy tomatoes.
Grab some mini potatoes and cook up this simple, tender, yet crispy little appetizer. The potatoes can be baked or air fried to perfection and garnished with fresh dill, crispy bacon, sour cream, and are so easy to serve!
Satisfy everyone’s sweet tooth at your baby shower by adding these adorable bite-sized lemon meringue tarts to the menu. This baby shower dessert is a crowd pleaser every time with crunchy, buttery, gooey, tangy yet sweet elements.
Impress all your guests with these French toast bites on a skewer! They are so thick, sweet, crunchy and packed with cinnamon flavor. Made using brioche bread and Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal as a delicious coating. Serve it up with maple syrup for dipping.
Make it extra fancy with these creme brûlée cheesecake bites. You don’t need to be afraid to torch the tops either, it's super easy.
Charcuterie Boards and Waffle Platters
Charcuterie boards are so fun and delightful at any baby shower brunch party. This particularly unique breakfast platter will impress everyone in attendance. With mini pancakes, waffles, fresh fruit, and your favorite condiments. Just use some tiny bowls for syrup, jelly, raisins, granola, peanut butter, etc.
This absolutely stunning cannoli dessert charcuterie will stand out from the rest of your dessert table. It’s not hard or over the top expensive either. Just grab some broken up ice cream cones, potato chips, fruit, and a few other dipping items to go along with the decadent chocolate chips cannoli dip.
Any brunch party, like a baby shower or bridal shower, needs to add this breakfast charcuterie board to the menu. It’s filled with delicious breakfast food of bagels, waffles, muffins, bacon, and fruit.
Also mini croissants and donut holes, cream cheese, syrup, butter, and jams - yum! See if a local bakery can help with the baking if you are not a baker!
Trader Joe’s is the best location to shop for delicious items for fancy yet simple meat and cheese plate. With creamy and hard cheeses, cubed cheddar cheese, feta cheese, honey, salami, ham, chorizo, crackers, and crisps. The flavor combinations perfectly complement each other and the presentation is outstanding.
Just because the mom-to-be can’t have one doesn’t mean the guests shouldn’t indulge in some spirits! Caramel apple mimosas are perfect for a fall or winter gathering. They’re easy to whip up too, just decorate the rim of the champagne flutes with caramel, brown sugar, and cinnamon before filling the glass with your beverage mix.
When the weather is beautiful it’s time for a patio brunch! Turn up with mimosas - they’re as simple as “rub, pour, and stir.” You can capture strawberry flavor without having to blend or juice anything and create the best cocktails ever.
This mimosas have 3 ingredients and are ready to enjoy in less than 5 minutes. I also have a kid version mimosa recipe for those looking for an alcohol-free mimosa option.
If you don’t like mint, try these easy strawberry mimosas for a fun and fruity drink using strawberry coulis, orange juice, and champagne. Then just add orange juice and champagne- delicious!
Strawberry mimosas have 3 ingredients and are ready to enjoy in less than 5 minutes. I also have a non-alcoholic mimosa recipe for those looking for an alcohol-free mimosa option.
A classic peach bellini cocktail has peach puree, chilled prosecco and garnished with a fresh peach slice. Ready in 5 minutes, this frozen peach bellini is easy, delicious and refreshing.
🍹 Alcoholic Drinks
Raspberry rhubarb margaritas are pretty in pink, a little bit sweet, and a lovely cocktail for a brunch gathering. The infused syrup is bright and beautiful too. Who doesn’t adore a good margarita anyways?
Delicious, refreshing, cool, and gorgeous- these spiked cucumber lemonades are perfect for your shower menu. Just blend the ingredients together with ice after freezing the cucumber and add in ¾ cup vodka to finish it off!
If your baby shower theme is decadence and elegance these chocolate cake shots will win over your guests. The combination of Frangelico hazelnut liqueur, whipped cream or vanilla vodka, and a bit of cream is absolutely delicious. It's the perfect way to please your guests while you wait to see if the reveal will be pink or blue.
Make your champagne cocktails extra special by making them into floats. They are quick, easy and ready in just 5 minutes. They are light and refreshing addition to your bar and can easily be made non-alcoholic for kids or the mom-to-be!
Serve up a fancy blue baby shower punch for your non pregnant guests with this boozy cocktail. It’s sweet, fruity, and super beautiful on the party platter. Made with lots of ice, pineapple juice, coconut rum, and freshly squeezed lime juice.
This rum punch Bacardi cocktail combines white rum, Watermelon juice, orange juice, and fresh-squeezed lime juice. Ready in 5 minutes, this easy Watermelon rum punch is delicious!
Enjoy this recipe for Lilac bee's knees cocktail at Mother's Day brunch, bridal shower or spring baby shower brunch or on cool spring evenings. The addition of fresh lilacs is a lovely addition to this Bee's knees cocktail recipe.
🧋 Mocktails & Punch
The guest of honor needs her own special Mocktail plus any other guests who don’t want to drink. This blueberry mocktail is fruity and fun and pretty for a baby shower brunch menu especially if you’re having a boy.
This sparkling cherry mocktail is a fun, fruity and easy idea, but looks and tastes quite sophisticated. You definitely won't miss a 'real' cocktail I don't think! The combination of cherries with vanilla extract and maple syrup is lovely and delicious.
Pink grapefruit is the best non-alcoholic drink to enjoy because delicious citrus drinks never go out of style. The color is on theme, especially if the mom is having a girl. Enjoy in the spring, summer, or all year round.
Lavender lemonade is simple and gorgeous as a non-alcoholic drink or mocktail for a baby shower brunch. The fresh lavender syrup, fresh lemon juice, sugar, and purple color combine to create a drink that’s bright, refreshing and classy!
📝 Frequently asked questions, answers and tips:
So you’re throwing a brunch themed baby shower and need to pick a start time that’s not too early but not too late. You could start as early at 9am but it would be best to start sometime between 10:30 and 12:30. Similarly you could start the party as late as 1pm for an afternoon baby shower but anything later than that wouldn’t be appropriate for brunch.
Hosting a baby shower brunch can be fun and challenging at the same time. Regardless if your theme is classic, traditional, elegant, whimsical, or anything in between, the menu recipes on this list will fit the bill. These ideas are simple, delicious, and pretty to look at!
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34 Baby Shower Brunch Ideas
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Sarah Mock is a classically trained Chef and graduate of Johnson & Wales University. A culinary blogger for 14 years Sarah helps the home cook prepare her recipes with professional results.
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