If you are hosting or attending book club this month and are looking for some delicious brunch party ideas, this post has you covered. From the beverage and appetizer to the main course, sides and desserts, there’s lots of great menu ideas to serve at this month’s book club.

Book clubs are so much fun. Do you participate in one?

I’ve been in one for years, although I must admit, I don’t always get a chance to read the book.

Luckily, my book club is pretty low maintenance where you can join even if you didn’t read it. Which is great because there is nothing quite like the food, beverages, and fun with my friends!

We mix it up with both brunches and dinner parties. In fact, I was just at book club this week!

So when my supper club decided to choose a book club brunch theme, I was all about it. The other day, we shared some entertaining and table decor ideas, and today, we are sharing a beautiful brunch menu.

Wait until you try these delicious and easy recipes!

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About My Supper Club

We’ve been having a great time with our supper club and this month we are getting together for book club with an amazing burnch.

If you are coming from Rachel’s at the Ponds Farmhouse, welcome to my home. I’m thrilled you dropped by.

In case you are new here, I’m Stacy, a self-taught master gardener who lives and gardens in northern New Jersey, zone 6a.

We recently moved to a beautiful 1850 Farmhouse with 10 acres of gardens, sculptures and statues.

I’ve been gardening for over 20 years and enjoy helping beginner gardeners find their inner green thumb, as well as discover a love for all things plants and flowers. I love to bring the outdoors inside my home too.

I hope you enjoy visiting my home today and hope you come back so we can grow stuff and create beautiful spaces together.

farmhouse kitchen with white painted cabinets and granite counter top

What Do You Serve at a Brunch Party?

I love brunch parties because they are a little more flexible than hosting a lunch.

You’ll typically find traditional breakfast foods like eggs, waffles, crepes, bacon, scrambled eggs, waffles, fruit and a variety of pastries like croissants, muffins, donuts, cinnnamon buns, etc. And of course, you’ll need to serve coffee, teas, water and some fresh lemonade.

And you can also include some boozy options like mimosas, bellinis, or white wine spritzers.

But you’ll also see quiches, tuna or chicken salad sandwiches, caprese salad, and other types of fresh salads with ingredients like tomatoes, onions and cucumbers.

And while all of that sounds delicious, you’ll want to offer some sort of dessert too like a coffee cake, cupcakes, or even a fun dump cake recipe.

book club ideas party table for brunch set with vintage books, houseplants and lenox in farmhouse dining room

How Do You Host a Brunch Party?

I host lots of different parties and I have to say, that brunches are the easiest.

They are a little more casual and you can serve everything buffet style.

Here are 9 simple tips for hosting a brunch.

  • Plan your menu before going shopping.
  • Look for fresh baked items and pastries at the market so it’s less work for you!
  • Choose a theme and decorate the night before.
  • Make dishes that are quick and easy to pull together.
  • Serve buffet style.
  • Ask guests to bring a dish if you want to lighten your load.
  • Decorate with things you already have.
  • Break out the good stuff! It’s more budget-friendly and you get to use your special dishes.
  • Food shop the day before so you aren’t stressing the morning of the brunch.
book club table decor ideas for a party in vintage farmhouse with crystal chandelier, lenox, asparagus fern, kalanchoe plants in dining room

How Many Dishes Do You Serve at a Brunch Party?

How many dishes you serve at a brunch party are relative to how many people are coming and what you want to serve.

I lean towards more food and enjoy the leftovers after.

Brunch Party Ideas for Book Club

If you are hosting or attending a book club brunch, here are some fabulous recipes that are quick, easy, and delicious to make!

White Russian Coffee Recipe

My good friend Rachel from The Ponds Farmhouse shared this AMAZING recipe for a white Russian coffee that sounds so amazing.

I’ve made white Russian cocktails for fall but not in a coffee so I’m excited to try her recipe.

Doesn’t it sound so good?

The ponds farmhouse white russian coffee recipe

Mozzarella and Tomato Caprese Appetizer Bites

This month, I was in charge of the appetizer and decided to make these super easy mozzarella and tomato caprese appetizer bites recipe.

You can make them in under 30 minutes, they are really delicious, and can even be served as a full meal.

I’ve made them as appetizer bites. But have also served it as a sandwich too.

holding mozzarella and tomato caprese appetizer bites

Easy Brunch Egg Casserole Southwestern Style

My good friend Michele from Vintage Home Designs shared this super easy and delicious brunch egg casserole southwestern style.

I love a good breakfast casserole that you can whip up and tweak the ingredients too.

Doesn’t this look so tasty?

vintage home designs brunch egg casserole southwestern style
Vintage Home Designs

Blueberry Sour Cream Coffee Cake

My good friend Jen from Midwest Life and Style made this delicious blueberry sour cream coffee cake that sounds out of this world!

And I bet it’s even tastier during blueberry season!

So I’m keeping this one saved to my Pinterest board so can make it again in early summer.

midwest life and style blueberry sour cream coffee cake

Roasted Potato Salad with Arugula

My good friend Nicolle from Our Tiny Nest prepared this wonderful potato salad with arugula that I am going to make sooner than later!

I love potato salad and this one sounds so easy to make!

Doesn’t it look delish?

roasted potato salad with arugala from our tine nest

Easy Boozy Banana Pudding Parfait

And of course my good friends Anne and AnnMarie from Simply 2 Moms knocked this menu out of the park with their easy boozy banana pudding parfait recipe.

I LOVE banana pudding.

And I’m so glad they shared this healthier version of my favorite dessert recipes.

Wait until you try it!

And that’s it!

Thanks so much for dropping by the blog today.

Next up in our book club is my good friend Michele from Vintage Home Designs.

farmhouse kitchen with white painted cabinets and granite counter top
Click here to shop my vintage farmhouse with close up of the front porch with flowers

More Favorite Brunch Recipes

What is your favorite brunch recipe? I would love to know more in the comments below.

Here are a few more of my favorites you should try!

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Stacy Ling

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  1. These all look so delicious Stacy! I’d join a book club just to eat the food you all served for brunch.