Build the perfect menu for your preferences
November lacks high-wattage holidays, but you can still gather friends and family for a show-stopping meal and great conversation. Just host an indulgent but healthy brunch this weekend! Choose the statements that best describe you below—then use the suggested dishes to build a personalized menu.
Fruit and fibre are your friends when planning a decadent but diabetic-friendly brunch—and this weekend is the perfect time to host one, as November 14 is World Diabetes Day.
Veggie-packed omelettes and nut butters on whole grain toast are a safe choice, but if you want something sweet, remember that you can deliver that rich brunch taste without refined sugar. Try:
Map out your week and determine when you’ll have your biggest chunk of time for food prep.
Choose dishes that profile squashes and root veggies, or everyone’s favourite winter citrus fruit.
For you, brunch means pancakes, French toast, and scrambled eggs. But you can still have a little fun with the standards.