We all love a yummy dish of food especially when we are celebrating. So try these 5 yummy dishes that feed a crowd for your next big event.
1. Easy Overnight French Toast Bake
This recipe really is easy. Grab some dried out french bread then add in the basics of eggs, sugar, milk, and vanilla. Throw it all together and add some crumble topping and you are done. 2 things I especially love about this recipe. It can be made the night before or the day of and it still turns out great. The second thing I love is how many people this can feed. We had it for Christmas brunch with both sides of the family and I was able to double it and put it in a huge disposable pan. It fed everyone and there was enough for seconds. A huge crowd pleaser. We will definitely make this again when we have a crowd to feed.
2. Slow Cooker Texas Pulled Pork
Break out your crockpot for this one. Pulled pork sandwiches are a go to of ours to feed a crowd. You can make as much or as little as you need by using a larger or smaller pork roast and adjusting the recipe accordingly. This recipe for pulled pork can also be made ahead of time and then reheated in a crockpot the day of your event. Throw in some buns and sides and you have yourself a meal.
3. Chicken Salad Sandwich
To carry on with the sandwich vibe try this Chicken salad sandwich. It has lemon, dill, ranch, and grapes in it. Put all that on a bun or croissant and you have a yummy dish that will feed your crowd. I have doubled and tripled this recipe to get the amount needed for the celebration. If you have time smoke and cook the chicken on the grill it adds an extra yummy flavor.
4. Cafe Rio Copycat
Sweet pork. Enough said. You can feed your crowd by whipping up some Cafe Rio copycat sweet pork as well as the rice and dressing. Then serve it with tortilla chips or a tortilla so your guests can make a burrito, taco, nachos or salad. Don’t forget to add all those yummy toppings like black beans, lettuce, guacamole, salsa, and cheese. This dish is sure to please your crowd.
A pan (or pans) of warm lasagna with some french bread would make for an amazing dish to share at your celebration. Lasagna can feel time intensive but once you get boiling noodles and mixing ricotta cheese all that’s left is assembling. Try this recipe from Delishably and use a large disposable pan to make feeding your crowd even easier.
Whether your next event to celebrate is a birthday, family dinner, or graduation party try one of these 5 yummy dishes that feed a crowd. You’ll be pleased with the ease of it and your guests will enjoy your delicious creation.