25 Feb Top Food Trends of 2021
Stress baking definitely leads the 2020 at-home food trend board, and it’s likely that these trends will carry over in 2021. If you’re looking for another recipe to master or add some spice to your dishes, check below to see what we believe some of the top food trends of 2021 will be.
Who remembers the days of grabbing a granola bar or cup of coffee to-go in the morning as you rush to work? Well, now that most of us are working from home, there’s no excuse to skip out on the most important meal of the day. A more substantial breakfast like a yogurt parfait or croissant breakfast sandwich will keep you energized and satisfied for a morning full of video calls.
The nostalgia factor was real last year and will continue to be big in 2021. We’re all just trying to remember what pre-COVID times were like, and what better way to do so than by indulging in some comfort food? We’re talking about dishes that make you smile and recall a happy memory. Our Southern Comfort station with hash brown casserole, pulled pork, candied bacon, and Jack Daniel’s BBQ coleslaw truly brings us back to the joys of sitting around the table for family dinner.
Delivery services experienced a huge increase in demand last year, and that demand will continue to rise in 2021. With the continued stress of the pandemic and working from home, everyone needs a break from cooking now and then, so our team at Dream All Day has created family meals. With a menu filled with staples like sandwich trays, sheets of baked ziti, and even hot breakfast spreads, Dream All Day can deliver a meal that will please everyone in your household.
Everyone loves a good charcuterie board, and while you might not have had the time to build your own before, you can get one delivered from Dream All Day! Have a wine and charcuterie date night in and experiment with new cheeses and meats. We’ve also seen the demand for snack boards expand into other kinds of fun foods like a s’mores board or sweets and treats board.
Spicy Seasonings & Sauces
Salt and pepper are seasonings of the past! Not really, but going bold with spicy seasonings and sauces will add variety to any dish that’s been on your weekly rotation since last year. Our Nashville Hot Chicken Spice makes any weeknight meat or veggie dish—like our cauliflower steaks—a little more exciting, or add a kick to a classic like chicken and waffles.