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If you’re charmed by food served in tiny flowerpots, invest in a set and see how many different foods you can serve in them.
Berries, grapes or other fruit
Biscuits/rolls (photo below plus this recipe and this one)
Boiled or scrambled eggs
Biscuits, bread sticks
Mixed olives, pepperoncini
“Relish tray”—carrot and celery sticks, gherkins, black or
LUNCH & DINNER
green olives, radishes
Candies, pretzels, snack mixes
Crudités and dip (photo above)
Cupcakes (photo and recipe)
Dirt pudding (photo and recipe)
SNACKS & DESSERTS
Hummus and baby carrots. Photo courtesy Dandy Fresh | Facebook..
Who needs a bread basket? Photo courtesy BBCGoodFood.com.
ALL YOU NEED
1. Small terra cotta flowerpots like these. Your garden store may also have them in plastic “terra cotta.”
2. A liner—napkin, parchment or wax paper to plug the hole.
3. The food to put in it.
HAVE A CONTEST
Why not have a contest to see how many flowerpot food ideas your friends and family can generate? We’d be delighted to publish your winners.
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