Simple recipes to serve your coworkers in a pinch, when you’re the hostess.
Hosting a meeting is stressful enough as it is. Now add in figuring out what to serve for food, and it can be an anxiety-inducing event. Take the guessing out of what to serve your coworkers with some simple menu ideas. Check out the best easy meeting menus to serve at your team get-together hosted at your house.
Bagel Breakfast Sliders
If you have a meeting first thing in the morning, these are a great way to make sure everyone is filled up and ready to be productive. Create these yummy sliders easily by layering the same ingredient on each slider at a time. Your co-workers will love you for these!
Lauren Miyashiro from Delish creates these Bagel Breakfast Sliders. Guaranteed there will be no sandwiches left over.
Tip: If you have any workers who are vegetarians, you can omit the bacon on their sandwiches. Or, you can opt for vegetarian sandwiches for the whole group. There will still be a good amount of protein from the eggs and cheese.
Berry Croissant Bake
This one-dish bake provides a deliciously sweet breakfast option to bring to work. The best part? You mix all of the ingredients in one baking dish and put it in the oven. You can have this croissant bake cooking while you get ready for work. Pull it out of the oven when it’s done cooking, and you’re good to go!
This Berry Croissant Bake is created by Kara from Happy Go Lucky; find the recipe below.
Tip: Grab a can of whipped cream to make it an even sweeter breakfast treat.
Basic Chicken Enchiladas
These are super easy to prep ahead of time – you can bake these then store them in the refrigerator until your lunchtime meeting. If no oven is available, people can serve themselves and warm it up in the microwave. You’ll still get a yummy, cheesy dish.
This recipe hails from the Snug and Cozy Life Blog; you can find the Basic Chicken Enchilada recipe below.
Tip: Chop up some green onions or fresh cilantro as a yummy topping. Add it on after people heat up their portions.
Easy Vegan Pad Thai
If you work in an office where multiple people have gluten intolerances or avoid meat, this is a great option for you. This vegan recipe is gluten-free and delicious. Plus, it only takes about 15 minutes to make so that it can be whipped up quickly.
This Easy Vegan Pad Thai recipe is created by Maria from Earth of Maria.
Tip: For some extra protein, try adding in some tofu. Tofu is generally gluten-free unless it is pre-seasoned. You can also find certified gluten-free tofu to be on the safe side.
Million Dollar Spaghetti
Searching for something filling and super easy to cook? This is the dish for you. This baked spaghetti dish will make your coworkers feel like family. Plus, you can never go wrong with spaghetti. Who doesn’t love pasta?
Try out this Million Dollar Spaghetti recipe created by Kristin of Yellow Bliss Road.
Tip: Throw some garlic bread in the oven and bring it with you for a meal your coworkers will love.