Stylin’ a Christmas Brunch Yogurt Bar

Friends, whether inside or outside, today I’m sharing tips for stylin’ a Christmas Brunch Yogurt Bar!

Christmas Brunch Yogurt Bar

A couple of weeks ago, even though it was freezing cold, the rains had not hit yet in southern Oregon, and we hosted a Christmas Brunch Yogurt Bar outside.

So fun, with easy stylin’ tips, today I’m sharing all the details, which can be set up indoors as well!

Christmas Brunch Yogurt Bar.

BRING THE OUTDOORS IN. Fresh pine, evergreen and elements and scents of winter— always a must at Christmastime!

Christmas Brunch Yogurt Bar

HANG A WREATH: On our patio lights, we hung a boxwood wreath (purchased at Trader Joe’s), but indoors your can also hang a wreath from your dining light, or string lights along the buffet area.

USE A BLANKET: A lot of color can be fun, so I placed a red plaid blanket on the table for a festive look (and feel).

Christmas Brunch Yogurt Bar

USE A GIFT BAG: Bring those comforting scents to the table by placing fresh evergreen and pine in vases, or, if you want something festive, a plaid gift bag!

Christmas Brunch Yogurt Bar

SET UP THE YOGURT BAR: In a large tub, place the 2 containers of Greek yogurt, then surround with ice. Don’t forget the bowls, spoons, and napkins!

SET UP THE TOPPINGS: On a tray, in small dishes, place your favorite yogurt toppings!

Christmas Brunch Yogurt Bar

MAKE MUFFINS: Serve a specialty winter muffin recipe on the side. These Sour Cream Pear Pecan Muffins are the delightful!

Christmas Brunch Yogurt Bar

CANDLES: There’s nothing like the warmth of candlelight. Place candles in the home (or outdoors) as a great way of making others feel at home.

SIDE OF FRUIT: For those who want to grab an apple or pear, set out a bowl of washed, fresh fruit!

Pear Bread Pudding

More recipes.

Pear Bread Pudding {sharing over at Harry & David blog}

Ham Breakfast Casserole

Make-Ahead Challah French Toast with Cranberriers

Make-Ahead Chocolate Coffee Cake

Roasted Pear and Grape Kuchen

Fresh Fruit Salad with Poppyseed Dressing

Of course, the holidays are really nothing without the people. Even with the scents of Christmas, bright, festive colors in the mix, music in the background, you can have all the delicious food you hope to make or serve on the table, but it’s the people who make our gatherings complete.

And wonderful.

Happy Christmas week ahead, my friends! I’m have some inspirational posts coming up, so I hope you’ll join me this week in keeping things simple, putting your family, neighbors, those in need, and Christ FIRST.

Do you have any breakfast or brunch (entertaining) plans for Christmas week?

Christmas Brunch Yogurt Bar

Christmas Brunch Yogurt Bar
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Christmas Brunch Yogurt Bar

Ingredients

  • Greek yogurt
  • Slivered toasted almonds
  • Orange flavored cranberries
  • Fresh blueberries
  • Favorite granola
  • Hazelnuts
  • Toasted coconut

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Christmas Brunch Yogurt Bar

One comment on “Stylin’ a Christmas Brunch Yogurt Bar”

  1. Yummy! No brunch ideas here…still recovering from the wedding..lol. 

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