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9 Wedding Food Ideas You Should Add to Your Menu

Comfort foods are becoming more than just a delicious indulgence.

 

 

Wedding Comfort Foods

Comfort foods are becoming more than just a delicious indulgence.  These delicious foods have become a bonafide wedding trend that wedding guests can’t get enough of—and you won’t be able to either, once you start reading through these wedding food ideas (served in terrifically creative and elegant ways!).

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Grilled Cheese

Get those images of greasy kid treats out of your head.  Instead, think unique varieties of cheeses and scrumptious bread served as elegant finger foods. For a distinctive twist on this age-old favorite, ask your wedding caterer about sandwiches served with roma tomatoes and bacon.  Best yet, this comfort food is perfect for any stage of your wedding reception: as an appetizer, food station, or as a late night trend.

Mashed Potatoes (with a twist!)

Mashed potatoes may not sound like the most elegant wedding item, but it can be when you serve roasted garlic mashed potatoes in martini glasses. Add chopped bacon, shredded cheddar cheese, onions, sour cream, and gravy in a fantastic food station, and you’ve got a comfort food that’s sure to delight your guests.

Sliders

Sliders are a crowd-pleasing comfort food, and a versatile part of your wedding menu.  Mini burgers can be served in a food station with all the toppings your guests could ever want, or as a late night fuel that keeps everyone on the dance floor.

Quesadillas

Variety is the spice of life, and it’s also the key to a delicious quesadilla food station.  With a variety of quesadillas made with fresh ingredients, quesadillas are a popular comfort food that everyone’s going to add to their plate.  If you’re hosting a traditional sit down meal, include quesadillas in your menu as an appetizer or late night course.

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Warm Biscuits

Sometimes the best comfort foods are by association, and warm biscuits are sure to bring a cozy feeling to your menu and your guests.  If biscuits are your favorite comfort foods, ask your caterer what other dishes they would recommend to complement this delectable comfort food.

Sweet Potato Cakes

These appetizers are a sensory delight. With a superb flavor and scent, these cakes are served with maple syrup, making them a sweet addition to any wedding menu.

 

Pasta

Comfort foods don’t have to be boring, and that’s clear when you choose a pasta food station for your wedding.  Make your guests’ mouth water with an anything-but-boring sautéed cheese tortellini, tomato chicken alfredo, or a pesto sauce with fresh breads and breadsticks.

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Chocolate Mousse

Chocolate mousse is a crowd comfort food favorite.  It’s the perfect comfort food recipe: chocolate + rich flavor + cake = unique dessert and comfort food that delivers to the taste buds.

Pie

This comfort food made our list of our favorite non-cake wedding dessert ideas, and it’s easy to see why.  Pies are completely unexpected and delicious, bringing up memories of enjoying a slice around the family table.  For a fun wedding surprise, add mini-pies or mason jar pies to your menu and let your guests choose their favorite flavor pie (or flavors).

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9 Wedding Comfort Foods You Should Add to Your Menu
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Comfort foods are becoming more than just a delicious indulgence. These imaginative dishes have become a bonafide wedding trend that wedding guests can’t get enough of---and you won’t be able to either, once you start reading through these appetizing wedding comfort foods (served in terrifically creative and elegant ways!).
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