Whether it's for the Cancer Council's Australia's Biggest Morning Tea or otherwise, your choices are endless.
Savoury or sweet, these are some of our favourite morning tea menu ideas that will make any gathering a hit.
It wouldn’t be a proper tea party without freshly baked, fluffy scones. And don’t skimp on the cream and strawberry jam use!
Nothing stacks up to pancakes. Whether you enjoy your pancakes smothered in butter, coated in Nutella or drowned in maple syrup, pancakes are always a crowd-pleaser.
Delicate, delicious, mouth-watering and available in a variety of colours, include a basket or platter with different flavours and fillings.
Individual little cakes for your guests, these little treats will please both young and old and are easy to eat.
In addition to your scones, serve some buttery, sweet treats that melt in your mouth. Have a mix of mini Danish pastries, tartlets, croissants and more for your next tea party.
Treat the office to a late breakfast for morning tea. Bacon and egg muffins are the perfect mid-morning meal that will boost office morale and productivity.
These pastries are a crowd pleaser and can be served hot or cold. They're perfect for serving up for a morning or breakfast.
From savoury classics, like pizza and cheese, to indulgences with butterscotch and cinnamon, there’s a lot to love about scrolls. Serve it with a hot chocolate or cuppa and you can’t go wrong.
These bite-sized goodies will fill hungry tummies. Whether you enjoy spinach and feta or cheese and tomato, there are a variety of options to suit everyone's palates.
A platter of cheese and crackers always gets the thumbs up for those who prefer a savoury spread. Pimp your platter with a variety of fruits, nuts, olives, dips and breads.
Not just for breakfast, bircher muesli is great as a snack too! It’s a tasty and healthy alternative for people who don’t want a slice of cake, but still want something sweet. The fresh berries provide a shot of antioxidants too.
A surprising source of health benefits including fibre and antioxidants. Try these toppings: garlic or parmesan to take it to the next level.
Smoothie bowl stations, breakfast burrito line-up or on the spot omelettes can be a creative way to make morning tea fun. Handing the recipe over to your team allows everyone to really take control of their meal and get the best out of brekkie. This can also help give your staff some helpful tips for meal planning and looking after themselves for the most important meal of the day.
Swap the usual finger sandwiches out for a wrap platter. This healthy alternative can include a variety of different fillings include veggies, lean meats and a mix of salads.
Skewers of freshly cut fruit and drizzled with chocolate. Yum.
Seriously, people love anything coated in dark chocolate. Well, maybe not anything, but strawberries and dark chocolate are a tasty and healthy match made in heaven. You can’t go wrong here.
Skip the potato chips that are full of fat and salt and offer some chopped up raw veggies like carrot sticks, celery, cucumber, tomatoes and green beans. Pair it with hummus, guacamole or an eggplant dip. Delish!
If you want to be a little creative, consider ordering a variety of smoothies and juices to change things up a bit. Think strawberry smoothies, freshly squeezed orange juices and green juices.
For special occasions and for something a bit more luxurious, try a champagne menu with gourmet finger food, decadent chocolate mousse served in shot glasses, macarons and lemon meringue tarts. Offer a selection of mocktails and other non-alcoholic drinks like iced teas, juices and spritzers for non-drinkers.
Embrace the sweet life like an Italian with a mix of sweet treats and biscuits, including Florentines, biscotti, slices and pastries. And don't forget some dark, Italian style espresso to go with your sweets. Use your coffee machine for the real stuff, or consider hiring a mobile barista for your Italian theme.
Plan a true blue morning tea event or party with platters stacked with Anzac biscuits, lamingtons, mini pavlovas, fresh fruit, scones with strawberry jam and cream, damper, Cheesymite scrolls, egg and bacon rolls and banana bread on your Australian menu, all washed down with a strong cup of earl grey.
If you’re after something a bit more unique and stand out, why not try some fresh Asian catering. Whether that’s scrumptious rice paper rolls and salads, or fresh sushi and miso, mixing it up for brunch may be just what your team needs.
Go Downtown Abbey with some dainty finger chicken, salmon, cucumber and cream cheese tea sandwiches, a Victoria sponge cake, lemon melting moments, English muffins, petit fours, scones with strawberry jam and clotted cream, lemon curd tartlets, including a beautiful selection of teas, coffees and iced tea with your menu.
Make sure no one gets left out - we can cater for special dietary requirements, such as gluten-free, dairy-free and vegetarians.
As tasty as fresh fruit is, don't just supply that for those that can't have gluten. Treat them to some gluten-free pastries and bread for sandwiches.
You'll also want to order vegetarian sandwich fillings and cakes that are dairy-free to ensure everyone is satisfied!
As a rule of thumb, we recommend the following quantities:
If you're planning a morning tea and you're not sure what to order, speak to our catering consultants on 1300 851 900 for easy office morning tea catering suggestions and inspiration.
Or head over to our breakfast and morning tea marketplace to search and view the various corporate caterers and their menus.