The Ideal Baby Shower Brunch Menu

Planning a baby shower brunch menu? We've got you covered. These simple, yet special, dishes will make any mom-to-be happy. Plus, you'll be able to whip up these baby shower foods in no time -- these are easy recipes, we promise!

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Baked Blueberry Donuts

Tara Donne

Baked Blueberry Donuts

With donut tins (look for Wilton brand), making these adorable treats is just as simple as stirring together muffins. And because they're not fried, these donuts aren't as decadent as they look, but just as delicious.

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Deviled Eggs

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Deviled Eggs

Offer your guests three types of deviled eggs. We predict they'll be gone in a flash, especially the bacon and cheese variety.

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Cheesy Casserole

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Cheesy Casserole

This hearty dish is perfect shower fare. It feeds a crowd and you can assemble it in advance. Refrigerate it, and bake when you're ready.

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Strawberry Surprise Muffins

Melanie Acevedo

Strawberry Surprise Muffins

You can make these tender muffins the day before the shower. Spread them with jam right before serving, and watch your guests' delight when they discover the surprise inside.

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Nursery Rhyme Sugar Cookies

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Nursery Rhyme Sugar Cookies

These sweet cookies look complicated, but they're actually pretty simple to make at home. You can even use store-bought dough. We won't tell.

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Peach Smoothie

Peach Smoothie

Thanks to frozen peaches, this creamy smoothie comes together in a flash. Yogurt and milk add protein; a touch of honey gives the drink just the right amount of sweetness.

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Bacon and Egg Frittata

Melanie Acevedo

Bacon and Egg Frittata

Cut this savory egg dish into wedges or even little squares; it makes a terrific finger food. Serve warm or at room temperature.

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Broiled Grapefruit Tart

Tina Rupp

Broiled Grapefruit Tart

Who wouldn't be impressed by this elegant (and easy) tart? You can save time by using a store-bought crust.

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Starry Chocolate Fruits

Paula Hible

Starry Chocolate Fruits

Everyone loves chocolate-dipped fruit. Mango and kiwi are fun, unexpected choices, but feel free to sub in other fruits such as strawberries (of course), seeded mandarin orange sections, or pineapple.

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Individual Apple Tart Tatin

Heather Weston

Individual Apple Tart Tatin

These irresistible tarts may be small, but they deliver a mouthful of scrumptious caramel flavor. Even better -- the recipe requires only five ingredients.

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