The corporate retreat is a great way to get your employees away from the office and into a fun environment. It's also an opportunity to give them some time to relax and enjoy themselves. However, when trying to decide what types of treats should be part of the menu options you should serve at your retreat, it can be difficult because there are so many different types of people in your office that each has their own preferences. If you want something that will appeal to the entire team (and taste amazing), then look no further than these nine fantastic options!
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Buffalo chicken dip
The buffalo chicken dip is a delicious treat you can make for a corporate event. This recipe requires just a few ingredients, so it's easy to whip up quickly.
The first step is to fry up some boneless, skinless chicken breasts until they're cooked through and browned on both sides. Then add them to a food processor and some melted butter (use less than what you'd typically use), Parmesan cheese, hot sauce, Worcestershire sauce, and Worcestershire vinegar—and pulse until smooth! That's it: now all you need to do is serve your delicious dip alongside tortilla chips or crackers (or both!) at your company event.
The cheese plate is a great way to start any meal for any company retreat. It's easy to prepare and can be served as an appetizer or side dish. You can also make it into a meal by filling it with crackers, bread, and fruit for dessert.
Food Network has several recipes for cheese plates, so you can choose one that fits your tastes and budget!
Devil's food cake with cream cheese icing
Devil's food cake with cream cheese icing is a fantastic corporate retreat idea. It's a great idea because it can be made and served cold. You can also make the icing in advance, saving you time on the day of your retreat. The cake has three layers: vanilla cake with chocolate ganache filling, covered with chocolate buttercream frosting, and then topped off with more chocolate ganache for extra sweetness!
To serve this delicious dessert at your next corporate retreat, corporate meetings, (or whenever), cut out small round pieces from each layer so that there are plenty of squares available for everyone to enjoy!
Crunchy popcorn mixture with chocolate, peanuts, and pretzels
Popcorn is a great snack food for corporate retreats. It's healthy and filling, which makes it an ideal choice for those who need to keep their dietary requirements and energy levels up during the long days of business travel. The Crunchy popcorn mixture with chocolate, peanuts, and pretzels is one of our favorite treats from our Corporate Retreat Gift Basket Kit!
The ingredients in this recipe make for a delicious treat: popcorn, sugar snap peas (peanuts), pretzels, and chocolate chips all come together to form one fantastic bite that tastes like nothing else on earth! The crunchy peanut butter taste will have everyone lining up at your table when they try it!
Chocolate and peanut butter cups
Chocolate and peanut butter cups are delicious treats you can make in advance and are easy to transport. These treats are a greate corporate retreat idea because they're healthy, tasty, and easy to make. Plus, if you store them in the freezer (or at least keep them cold), they'll be ready when you need them!
What's more? Chocolate and peanut butter cups are great for corporate retreats because they provide energy and something sweet—and people love chocolate! They're perfect for those who need something sweet but don't have room for dessert after dinner or breakfast.
White chocolate pretzel bars
If you're looking for a treat that appeals to your guests and their taste buds, then white chocolate pretzel bars are perfect. These delicious treats are made with real white chocolate and pretzels, so they have all the flavor of your favorite snack while still being healthy enough for those who want to avoid candy or sweets while on vacation.
White chocolate is an excellent option for a corporate retreat idea because it's high in antioxidants, which can help fight against free radicals in our bodies as we age. It also has numerous health benefits, including lowering blood pressure (which may be beneficial if you're taking medication), improving moods by increasing serotonin levels in our brains—and even helping prevent dementia! Plus, these sweet treats can be made from scratch at home: no need to spend hours cooking up something that takes hours just so someone else has some delicious food at their fingertips during a special event like this!
M&M and pecan cookies
M&M and pecan cookies are a classic corporate retreat treat. You can make them yourself, but if you don't have time or equipment, consider hiring someone to do it for you. Either way, these delicious treats are sure to be a hit at your next retreat!
The m&m is a chocolate-covered peanut butter candy that comes in various flavors, including red, green, and yellow. The brown sugar cookie base has been flavored with vanilla extract and cinnamon sugar before being baked into cute little shapes on top of white chocolate chip frosting!
This delicious treat can be made in just a few hours. The hardest part is getting the M&M's to melt without burning them, but once you get the hang of it, this recipe will be one that you enjoy making again and again.
Ice-cream brownie sundaes with hot fudge sauce
Ice-cream brownies are a staple of any corporate retreat, but they can get boring. Instead, try this variation: chocolate sprinkles and whipped cream on top! Not only is this treat delicious, but it also looks fancy enough for your boss to think you're spending time with them rather than just eating ice cream all day.
Did someone say make your own sundae bar?
Hosting a corporate retreat? You'll want to add these treats to your menu!
When you host a corporate retreat, the last thing you want to worry about is what to serve your guests. These treats are all easy-to-make and transportable, making great on-the-go snacks!
Hopefully, this list will give you some ideas about what to serve at your next corporate retreat.