Summer Picnic Breakfast
The management at The Hotel Saugatuck knows that their guests often like to get up early an explore the area. They offer a wide variety of breakfast options but one of their most sought after recipes is for this scrumptious Summer Breakfast Picnic.
Yes, picnics can be enjoyed at any time of the day and with so many things to do around Saugatuck, MI, guests want to get an early start and this breakfast can be taken with them to enjoy on their adventures. They are sharing it with us so that you can get a jump start on your summer adventures.
This Breakfast Picnic will be delight for all your fellow adventurers and is easily customized to your tastes and preferences. Check out some ideas after the recipe and get ready to take a Morning Picnic.
Summer Breakfast Picnic Recipe (makes 4 servings)
- 12 ounces Smoked Salmon
- 8 Purple potatoes, cut, boiled and pan fried
- 8 Red skin potatoes, cut, boiled and pan fried
- 8 spears Asparagus, grilled or steamed
- 2 Corn on the cob, grilled and quartered in rounds
- 8 Eggs, poached
- 1 package Spring Greens
- Raspberries to garnish
- Lemon wedges to garnish
To Assemble Dish
- Place spring greens in the center of the plate
- Place 3 ounces of smoked salmon on the greens
- Place 2 poached eggs next to the salmon
- Layer potatoes and purple potatoes around the edge of greens
- Top the Smoked salmon and eggs with the Asparagus and Corn
- Garnish with Raspberries and lemon wedges
This Summer Breakfast Picnic can also be served for lunch or dinner. It is easily customizable and some options include:
- Serving this meal hot or at room temperature
- Substituting hard boiled eggs for poached eggs (for a more portable option)
- Substituting the smoked salmon with grilled or poached salmon
Looking to keep your breakfast indoors, check out our Breakfast Recipe Section for more breakfast inspiration.
About The Hotel Saugatuck
The Hotel Saugatuck is an 18-room luxury bed and breakfast in Saugatuck, Michigan, with stunning views of Lake Kalamazoo, offering modern amenities, mere blocks from the vintage reminiscent small-town of Saugatuck and minutes from Douglas. Built in 1865, The Hotel Saugatuck, formerly the Twin Gables Inn, is the only original mill in the area still standing from the busy lumbering era. It is now comprised of a dozen rooms in the historic hotel and three duplex cottages, each with two guestrooms. All rooms feature king sized beds, private bathrooms, Jason Hydrotherapy Tubs with Micro-silk Technology, in-room breakfast, in-room dessert, fireplaces, and individual climate control. Privacy and individual attention define The Hotel Saugatuck experience. https://www.