How to Put Together a Waffle Bar for Sunday Brunch

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Elevate your next Sunday brunch by putting together a quick (but super cute!) waffle bar for Sunday brunch. From chocolate chips to fresh fruit, let your imagination soar for your topping offerings!

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How to put together a Sunday brunch waffle bar.

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On a random Sunday, I decided to elevate our usual Sunday brunch by creating the cutest little waffle bar. You can believe that my family was so thrilled when they woke up and found an entire waffle buffet waiting for them!

What Is A Waffle Bar?

A waffle bar is basically a self-service waffle station. When you set it out, you’ll provide everything that everyone needs to make their own decadent waffles.

It’s a really fun way to enjoy waffles on a Sunday brunch or a party (like a bridal or baby shower). You can make it as simple or intricate as you like.

Elevate your next Sunday brunch by putting together a quick (but super cute!) waffle bar. From chocolate chips to fresh fruit, let your imagination soar for your topping offerings!

How to Put Together a Waffle Bar for Sunday Brunch

Putting together your own home-based waffle bar is not difficult at all! You don’t need any fancy equipment (the fanciest you’ll need is a waffle maker, if you decide to go the homemade route).

If you want to start hosting more often, something to keep in handy is a letterboard sign. I love using mine to showcase menus, party themes, etc. This allows me to quickly put together a sign without making a custom one (like I did with my cookie party). I bought mine at the local dollar store!

Everything you need to set up a waffle bar.

For this particular waffle bar, I didn’t purchase any additional bowls or serving platters. Instead, I used what I had at home.

Waffle Bar Food

  • Belgian waffles (store-bought or homemade)
  • Fruits (we used blueberries, raspberries, and bananas)
  • Chopped walnuts
  • Maple syrup
  • Nutella
  • Condensed milk
  • Chocolate chips

Waffle Bar Supplies

What tools or supplies do you need before you set out a waffle bar? Be creative! You can use what you have at home or buy a bunch of matching dishes.

Here is what I used when I set ut my waffle bar.

It doesn’t take much to put together a waffle bar. Elevate your next Sunday brunch by whipping up some Belgian waffles and pairing it with some delicious waffle bar elements like fruits, nuts, and maple syrup!

The first thing is a sign! You can make it say whatever you want it to! I think a sign sets the mood for the entire brunch.

Next, you’ll need some ramekins or mini Dutch ovens. They can match or go for a boho theme and use a bunch of different patterns and colors.

Don’t forget about serving spoons and tools. You’ll need forks or spoons for guests to serve the fruit and toppings.

How Long Can Waffles Set Out?

Make sure that when you set all the food out that everyone will be eating immediately. The fruit might turn brown and the waffles could cool down or become stale.

I suggest eating al the food within an hour of setting it out. This is best for food safety.

Happy brunch!

Easy waffle bar party inspiration.

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