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Easy Make Bridal Shower: Fitting Food Into the Theme



When a couple decides to get married, there are plenty of celebrations to go around. One such common celebration is the bridal shower. This is an event that allows friends, family and loved ones of the bride-to-be celebrate the decision to move single-hood to married life. Having a bridal shower is fun for everyone and it can become a special day when the event is much more than a bridal shower but it’s actually a themed bridal shower.

One such theme you could host would be an “Easy Make” Bridal Shower, which consists of recipes that are easy for the new bride to make for her and her future husband. Many brides-to be aren’t equipped with baking and cooking devices so you’d be helping the couple a great deal by throwing a bridal shower cooking theme.

A fun bridal shower idea is to actually have the guests prepare their favorite recipe accompanied by a copy of it to give to the bride-to-be. If you’re uncomfortable asking others to bring food to your event, you can ask them to send in copies of their favorite recipes beforehand and you can prepare all the dishes to serve. Whichever way you decide, you’ll be making the bridal shower special because the food is a personal touch.

Another idea that has some personal flair is to have the guests supply the utensils and equipment plus the ingredients for their favorite recipes as a gift to the bride-to-be. This way the new bride will have plenty of options plus all the necessary tools to make her first few meals spectacular.

If you’re unsure of your own favorite recipe, try out the following food that you can use for your next bridal shower:

Easy To Make Quesadilla:

Needed Ingredients:

- Butter (or margarine)
- Tortilla shells
- Sandwich meat
- Cheese

How To Make:

Butter one side of a tortilla shell and put on a warmed frying pan. Add a meat of your choice with cheese. Butter up a second tortilla shell and add on top (butter side out). After two to three minutes, flip the quesadilla over and cook the other side until cheese is completely melted and both sides are browned to your liking. Cut each quesadilla in four (or six or eight) and serve with salsa and/or sour cream.