For a casual affair, enjoy this royal- but simple- fare.
Whether you’re inviting guests over to watch William and Kate tie the knot, or simply want to celebrate by creating a simple, but elegant fare, try this royal menu from The Organized Cook: To download and print menu, just click image. Frame from HomeGoods.
Using prepared mashed potatoes makes my Mini Cottage Pies so simple. Cottage Pie, a favorite dish of Prince Williams, is a tasty version of the Shepherd’s Pie. I found these adorable blue mini casserole dishes at my favorite store, HomeGoods.
In an effort to create an appetizer both simple and regal, I used the “something red”- “something blue approach” for these easy-to-prepare crackers.
I haven’t figured out how Kate Middleton could possibly keep her figure if this high-calorie desert is actually her favorite.
Chopped up pitted dates are the main ingredient for Sticky Toffee Pudding.
Pie stand with blue ribbon from HomeGoods
What better martini choice to celebrate the Royal Wedding than a “Blue-on-Blue” martini.
Kir Royale- you’ve probably had the cupcake, now try the drink that inspired the tasty treat; champagne poured over Creme de Cassis.
Red strawberries and blue blueberries give this lemonade a royal touch.
Look who stopped by to celebrate with us.
Knight in shining armor from HomeGoods
The the most adorable party favors, check out my friends at TheTomKatStudio.com for these free downloadables:
For a free grocery shopping list for A Royal Affair-Fare Menu by Toni Spilsbury, The Organized Cook, and cooking instructions, click here.
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