Cooking Mother's Bay Brunch for picky inlaws


meribe24

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Hi there,

 

My inlaws are flying up this weekend for Mother's Day and I was planning on making brunch for all of us.  I will be on day 20 of my Whole 30 and would like to keep the food compliant (otherwise I will just make myself a separate dish), but my inlaws are notoriously picky eaters who get grossed out by anything "weird"!  Can anyone suggest a simple dish or two or three that I can serve at brunch that isn't "out there"? Potatoes are good - sweet potatoes, probably not. Fried eggs are difficult when you are making them for 4 adults all eating at the same time.  Something that I could bake would probably be easiest???  Thank you in advance!

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roasted chicken? baked salmon? new potatoes, asparagus or other steamed veggies (maybe some hollandaise made with clarified butter)? Many of the dishes I would serve for an event like that are also compliant. They might not even know the difference.

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I would make a complaint egg bake, they are delicious and easy. Plus, i would make mimosas for the group and sip on a la croix spritzer myself . Mother in laws are easier to please if you liquor them up a bit ;) 

 

http://eatcleanlivedirty.com/whole30-recipe-fiesta-egg-casserole/

this one is good, its even better if you add some bell pepper and top it with some guacamole for a fat 

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