This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of American Frozen Foods Institute and the Frozen Food Roundtable for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. I hope that it gives you some great tips on how to plan the perfect menu for a family reunion.
This week, our family of 21 people, gathered together for a week long family reunion in Hilton Head, South Carolina.
By the way, if you go to Hilton Head, you have to check out the 11-mile-long canoe tours given by Palmetto Dunes. They were awesome!
This is where our first family reunion was held over 25 years ago, as it was the home to my late grandparents. This reunion was just as much fun as the first! It was filled with memories, laughter and great food!
In order to make things easier, each couple was in charge of two meals. We each picked one day and we were in charge of making breakfast in the morning and dinner for that evening.
I wanted to share my two meals for you, because they were easy, they feed a crowd, and they are loved by everyone.
PS- my meals consist of mostly frozen foods. For 21 people, I knew that I was going to go with frozen foods to help me out!
They are so much easier and I love the benefits of frozen foods. I tend to go towards foods that are Frozen: How Fresh Stays Fresh.
I started out with a warm, filling, ‘reminds me of family’ type of breakfast: Hashbrown Casserole