Plan or attend a party with style, effortlessly, when you buy party food platters from Redner’s Markets near Reading, PA. Holiday festivities, office parties, birthday celebrations, and other gatherings will be easily hosted when shoppers choose us for their party food needs.
At Redner’s Markets, shoppers will find a host of platters from the deli, bakery, seafood, and produce departments. We offer a comprehensive inventory of ingredients for creating your own party dishes.
Redner’s Markets Party Platters:
- 2’ or 3’ Party Subs
- Brioche Slider Trays
- Cheese Platters
- Chicken Nugget Trays
- Chicken Wing Platters
- Fruit and Cheese Nibbler Platters
- Gourmet Trays
- Hoagie Carousel Platters
- Italian Party Trays
- Lean and Lite Trays
- Meat and Cheese Combination Platters
- Meatball Platters
- Redner’s Fried Chicken
- Snack Trays
- Traditional Wrap Trays
- Assorted Pastry Trays
- Bagel Trays
- Brownie Delight Trays
- Donut Trays
- Garlic, Cheesy Bread Stix
- Homestyle Cookie Trays
- Italian Cookie Trays
- Fresh Fruit Hula Bowl
- Fresh Fruit Platter
- Garden Fresh Vegetable Platter
- Chicken Bake
- Clam Lovers Bake
- Combo Bake
- Deluxe Shrimp Tray
- Lobster Bake
- Seafood Platter
- Shrimp Bake
- Shrimp Platter
- Snow Crab Cluster Bake
Tips for Making Your Party Platters
Save some money by making your own party platters. You’ll find all of the ingredients at your local Redner’s Markets, and you likely have pizza pans, platters, or large plates that you can use to craft your party food trays. Prepare these surfaces for use as party trays by covering them with aluminum foil.
Avoid preparing your party trays too early. Flavor is at its peak when the platter is first constructed.
Consider the season as you choose the foods to include on your party trays. The veggies and fruits you include will be more affordable and tastier when in season.
Another essential for party platters is cheese. If you’re trying to make platters as cost-effectively as possible, buy blocks of cheese and cut them yourself. The cheeses you select should be evenly hard and soft, and you should include at least four different types on a large-sized platter.
The remaining portions of your platter are up to you. Devilled eggs, pigs in the blanket, pinwheels, sausage balls, and other old-school treats will be cost-effective and sure to satisfy. As you arrange your platters, consider each platter’s visual appeal and fullness. Allow us to provide a couple of ideas to get your creativity flowing
Rainbow Veggie Platter
- 1 can baby beetroot, drain and chop
- 3 TBSP lemon juice
- 1 tsp cumin
- 1 tsp coriander
- ¾ cup plain Greek yogurt
- Cherry tomatoes
- Sugar snap peas
- Green, red, and yellow peppers
- Blend the beetroot, lemon juice, cumin, and coriander to a smooth texture. Stir into the yogurt, and transfer the dip to a bowl for serving.
- Place the dip bowl in the center of the platter.
- Arrange the veggies, by color, around the bowl of dip in a circular pattern, with the veggies extending lengthwise out from the center, forming the radius of the circle.
Another idea would be to make your own cream cheese or chocolate dessert dip and a smattering of affordable store-bought treats like iced donuts, cookies, nuts, macaroons, and cookie sticks for a dessert party tray.
Whether you buy party food platters from Redner’s Markets or the ingredients to make your own, allow us to help you celebrate well in Reading, PA.