Feasting in Breckenridge- A Photo Tour
Want to feed a crowd and not have takeout pizza for every meal? Here are some great tips along with a photo tour of my time in Breckenridge, Colorado.
I recently had the privilege of spending time in Breckenridge, Colorado with some wonderful blogging colleagues. I left feeling inspired, educated, and motivated! We had lots of work sessions, plenty of time to take in the beautiful sights, and of course we spent many hours enjoying meals together. If you aren’t following these ladies I would love to introduce you:
Left to right: Katerina (Diethood), Erin (Dinners Dishes Desserts), Becky(The Cookie Rookie), Aimee (Shugary Sweets), Me, Toni (Boulder Locavore), Vianney (Sweet Life Bake), Courtney (Sweet C’s Designs), Yvette (Muy Bueno Cooking)
There is so much to say about our week, but I’ll let the pictures do the talking. Grab a coffee- there are a lot of beautiful things to see in Breckenridge!
For breakfast we indulged in homemade donuts with customized toppings.
There was also plenty of fresh produce on hand. In addition we set up a cereal and yogurt bar.
Of course I took some time to enjoy my favorite morning routine- a cup of coffee and a few quiet minutes to clear my mind.
I might have indulged in a Biscoff cookie. Or two.
When you’re serving a crowd be sure to have plenty of drink options. Instead of someone frantically mixing drinks in the corner we took time to have a recipe demonstration. The drinks were prepared in no time and we all benefited by having a new recipe up our sleeves!
We grilled out a few nights as well- always a great option for a crowd.
Look who came to visit while we were grilling! 😉
Despite me being terrified of our visitor above I took a few friends along with me for a quick hike at various times all weekend. I just couldn’t get enough of this beautiful town!
For lunches we enjoyed leftovers, a meat and cheese plate, and a baked potato bar.
Don’t forget dessert! We had a wonderful indoor s’mores bar, a chocolate flight, and individual cobblers.
If you have the chance definitely book a private chef one evening. The food was fabulous. The view wasn’t too bad either. 😉
I hope you get to visit Breckenridge sometime. Either way be sure to take a few ideas for your next gathering and feel free NOT to serve takeout pizza for every meal. You can look up all of our adventures with the #BreackBlogRetreat hashtag.
I was not compensated for this post, but my lodging and food was generously covered by these lovely sponsors.
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