I know this is a month late so I don't know if you still need it, but for $12 a person you should be able to get a nice menu together. The Susan Komen folks had a Pink Promises Brunch which I think served pink foods. I'm thinking something made out of raspberries or strawberries, pink lemonade, strawberry ice cream floats, maraschino cherries, jello molds, or pink frosted cupcakes. As far as the main course, perhaps ham or penne pasta with a pink vodka cream sauce? Smoked salmon with creme fraiche is also a fancy (although not inexpensive) idea.
Quiche is also a fancy (and very inexpensive!) alternative; if you make your own pie crusts you can make a quiche for as low as two dollars a quiche, depending on what you decide to use for fillers (bacon, cheese, broccoli, etc.)
However, If I were hosting a lunch, here's what I would serve:
A spiral ham (they sell them ready cooked - you just need to add the glaze packet and heat). They are tasty and fancy and easy.
Some sort of rice pilaf
Spinach salad with strawberries (and maybe topped with grilled chicken)
Seasonal Fruit Salad
Rolls and butter
Pink Lemonade or Sherbert Punch
Coffee and Tea
Pink frosted cupcakes - chocolate and vanilla.
You might also want to check out Better Homes and Gardens' website: www.bhg.com.
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