Sunday brunch, a culinary highlight for the whole family

Martine Bernier

Health journalist, editor-in-chief

August 9, 2021

Cooking is one of the most fun and entertaining activities with children. The experience becomes even more exciting and beautiful when you prepare a delicious brunch for the whole family.

Small reminder: the word “brunch” is composed of “breakfast” and “lunch” and is a meal of sweet and savory foods served in the late morning and early afternoon. It is breakfast and lunch in one and ideal for lazy, leisurely days. Children enjoy helping to prepare a brunch. It is special and allows them to take on small, simple, and fun tasks. There are no rules when it comes to food, as long as it’s healthy, nutritious and tastes good. To make Sunday brunch a real feast, children can set the table with a colorful tablecloth and colorful napkins to create a cheerful ambiance.

They can put pastries, cereals and sandwiches on the table and then help you prepare an olive loaf, scrambled eggs or fresh fruit salad, or arrange cheese and sausage on a platter, nuggets and mini hamburgers on a plate and sweet treats on a stand.

Also, do not miss the drinks: Serve hot chocolate, water, fruit juice, tea and coffee as you like. For a successful brunch, above all, take plenty of time to chat comfortably around the table for several hours and feast at your own pace without time pressure.

With a little imagination, Sunday dinner thus becomes a real gourmet experience for the whole family!

You May Also Like…

Museums mobilize for children

Museums mobilize for children

Far from the cliché that children are bored, more and more museums are offering workshops for young people to...

Beware of house traps!

Beware of house traps!

Your home is the place where your child should feel and be safe. However, 50% of accidents involving children under 16...

Multilingual families

Multilingual families

In many families it has become common to speak two languages at home. This situation is all the more common when the...

Handwriting: necessary or not?

Handwriting: necessary or not?

While screens and keyboards rule our society, some countries, such as Finland and 45 states in the United States, have...

Happy in his room!

Happy in his room!

For a child, his room is his little house in the house. It is a place where they should feel like they are in a cocoon...

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

code