Looking for good brunch menu ideas? Wait until you see what my supper club and I are whipping up for a beautiful Friendsgiving brunch!

I love a good brunch, don’t you? There’s just something about breakfast and lunch blended together that gets me every time.

Brunches provide a wonderful backdrop for casual gatherings. And they are pretty simple to pull together.

From the pastries, quiches, and fruits to the coffees, teas, and mimosas, I’m not one to miss a good brunch.

So when my supper club chose a Friendsgiving brunch theme for this month, I was all about it!

We shared some beautiful table decor, centerpiece, and entertaining ideas the other day that are perfect for a Friendsgiving brunch, Thanksgiving weekend, book club, or other fall gathering.

Oh and if you want to see how I made this no carve pumpkin centerpiece with fresh fall flowers for the dining table, it’s not hard to do and looks so pretty on the table, doesn’t it?

Today, I’m sharing Friendsgiving food ideas with several recipes that are perfect for your next fall brunch. So if you are wondering what to bring to Friendsgiving this year, I got you.

While we created this menu for Friendsgiving, you can certainly pull these brunch ideas for a party any time of year.

Wait until you see what the girls and I whipped up today! Here are some insanely good brunch menu ideas for Friendsgiving that you’ve got to try!

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Friendsgiving Food Ideas for the Perfect Brunch

Hosting a Friendsgiving brunch offers a delightful twist on the traditional Thanksgiving feast, allowing for a diverse menu that combines breakfast and lunch favorites.

Here are some delicious foods that would work well for a Friendsgiving brunch.

Providing a mix of sweet and savory options allows everyone to enjoy a satisfying meal together.

Don’t forget to decorate the brunch area with fall-themed decor and create a cozy ambiance to enhance the Friendsgiving experience.

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Insanely Good Brunch Menu Ideas for Friendsgiving

Have you ever been to a Friendsgiving brunch? I haven’t yet so I’m pretty excited to try out these fall-inspired brunch ideas for a crowd.

From mimosas to yummy egg muffins and pumpkin soup, this post has you covered with some delicious food ideas for a Friendsgiving or Thanksgiving weekend brunch.

Do you have a brunch favorite?

Let me know in the comments below.

Simple Two-Ingredient Apple Cider Mimosas

I think my friend Jen from Midwest LIfe and Style had me at “two-ingredient” but then she says cider, and wow does this look delicious!

Since I love a good recipe that is quick and easy to make, I had to try this one. And let me tell you it does not disappoint!

It’s festive, it’s beautiful and one to add to the fall repertoire.

Simple to serve and a great start for a Friendsgiving brunch or another fall party.

apple cider mimosa for friendsgiving brunch with midewest life and style

Savory Cranberry Walnut Baked Brie

It’s a good idea to pull together some easy brunch ideas like a cheese appetizer. My good friends Anne and AnnMarie from Simply 2 Moms made this savory and beautiful cranberry walnut-baked brie that sounds divine!

It sounds pretty quick and simple to whip up too. Isn’t it a beautiful dish?

I bet you can serve this one throughout the holidays too. And I love that it’s keto-friendly too.

I can’t wait to try it. Have you made baked brie before?

cranberry walnut baked brie by simply 2 moms

Easy Bacon and Egg Breakfast Muffins

If you love more breakfast ideas for brunch, my good friend Rachel from the Ponds Farmhouse made these delicious bacon and egg breakfast muffins.

They look so good and sound so simple to make!

So easy that it could be made anytime throughout the year. So I’m adding it to my rotation here for weekend breakfasts.

egg muffin with bacon for friendsgiving brunch by the ponds farmhouse

The Best Creamy Pumpkin Soup Recipe

I’m in charge of a side dish this month, so I’m bringing my favorite creamy pumpkin soup recipe.

Have you tried pumpkin soup before?

It is so yummy good and it’s perfect for any fall brunch or dinner party, even Thanksgiving itself!

But the best part?

It can made ahead of time and served later. I love a dish that can be prepared early so I can do all of the other things and just heat it up!

My family loves this recipe and I know you will to, so give it a try!

close up of creamy pumpkin soup recipe in Hearth and Hand blue stoneware bowl with toppings of chopped bacon, sour cream and parsley

Fall Fruit Salad

My good friend Cindy from County Road 407 made this incredibly delicious fruit salad that is the perfect side dish for our Friendsgiving brunch menu.

As an aside, I love adding fruit as a side dish for brunches because it’s refreshing and pretty on both the table and the plate.

Wait until you see how easy it is to make too!

fall fruit salad in white bowl by county road 407

The Best Pumpkin Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting

One of the best brunch desserts that I’ve found for fall is from my good friend Michele from Vintage Home Designs made these DELICIOUS pumpkin cupcakes with cream cheese frosting.

Don’t they look so good?

Festive for a fall party and they sound easy to make too.

Wait until you try these pumpkin cupcakes!

pumpkin cupcakes with cream cheese frosting recipe by vintage home designs

More About Friendsgiving Food Ideas

And that’s our Friendsgiving brunch menu ideas for this month’s supper club, doesn’t it sound delicious?

Thanks so much for dropping by our Friendsgiving brunch party today.

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Need More Friendsgiving or Thanksgiving Ideas?

If you are looking for more Thanksgiving Day ideas and inspiration, check out these posts. From hosting gifts to table decor, food, and menu ideas, I’ve got you covered.

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  1. Every single recipe sounds wonderful! My mouth is watering and I’m ready for brunch! Pinned 🙂