Restaurant brunch, Easy Recipes and Activities to Celebrate Easter!

In anticipation of the Easter celebrations, we've come up with restaurant brunch suggestions for those who prefer to indulge without cooking, as well as easy-to-make recipes and ideas for simple, fun activities!

For those who prefer to leave the casseroles aside and enjoy a delicious brunch without worrying about the preparations, several restaurants offer brunches to suit all tastes, with tempting options. Whether you're craving a traditional feast or something a bit more creative, you'll find an option that will satisfy you!

Here are our suggestions: Indulge in Allô! Mon Coco's Signature brunches, a multitude of options to choose from. If you're looking for something a little more out of the ordinary, then gather at Babacool, where Eastern Mediterranean-inspired cuisine offers exotic flavors in a relaxed, welcoming atmosphere.

Succumb to tasty and refined vegan cuisine at LOV for a dose of revitalizing energy without sacrificing decadence! Craving a comforting and modern meal made with local and seasonal products, in a friendly and laid-back atmosphere? Head to Les Enfants Terribles.

Treat yourself at Café RICARDO, where the menu offerings are as enticing as they are varied and made with local foods. In an elegant and sophisticated setting, every bite is a memorable gastronomic experience!

Want to celebrate at home while enjoying authentic, quality, and original products? Pick up gourmet specialties prepared with carefully selected ingredients at Première Moisson.

Recipe #1: Sweet Dip

Are you a fan of the famous Cadbury Creme Eggs? Recreate the creamy centre of these beloved sweets and dip your chocolate in!


• 1/3 cup of corn syrup

• 3 tbsp of unsalted butter at room temperature

• ½ tsp of vanilla extract

• 2 ½ cups of icing sugar

• 1 cup of Cool Whip

• Orange food colouring


In a large bowl, whisk together corn syrup, butter and vanilla until smooth.


Gradually add powdered sugar until mixture thickens.


Add Cool Whip and stir for a few minutes until well combined.


Separate a small portion of the preparation into a separate bowl and add food colouring to make the “egg yolk”.


Place the yolk mix on top of the white mix to recreate the “egg” effect, and serve with mini chocolate bars.

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Recipe #2 : Easy Microwave Cream Fudge

It’s possible to make cream fudge easily in just a few minutes, without shoulder pain. Just follow the steps!


• 2 cups of brown sugar 

• ¾ cup of butter, softened 

• 1 can of sweetened condensed milk (Eagle Brand)

• 2 cups of icing sugar 

• 1 tsp of vanilla 


Mix together the brown sugar, butter and sweetened condensed milk.


Cook in the microwave on HIGH for 10 minutes, mixing every 2 minutes.


Add the icing sugar and vanilla.


Mix the preparation with an electric mixer until smooth.


Pour in a buttered pan and refrigerate before cutting in cubes. 

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A Few Easter-Themed Sweet Improvements…

Not in the mood for a new recipe? Give an Easter twist to your favourite sweet treats with these two easy changes: 

Replace chocolate chips with Mini Eggs in your favourite cookies, cakes and brownies! Chop the Mini Eggs on a cutting board if necessary. (This brownie recipe is our favourite, to which we add ½ cup of chopped mini eggs before baking.)


Transform your classic Rice Krispies squares into Easter eggs! Once your usual preparation is ready, coat your hands with canola oil to shape the mix into egg shapes (you can also use plastic moulds). Let the eggs cool before dipping them in melted chocolate and decorating with pastel sprinkles.

Activity #1: Decorating the House… With Eggs

Did you know that creating something with your hands releases happy hormones? Science says so! Decorating eggs can be an inspiring way to spend time with the whole family. Empty out some eggs (use brown and white eggs; the variety is prettier), and grab some brushes, paint, non-toxic markers, glitter and stickers, and let your imagination run wild! You’ll have some great decorations for your home.

Activity #2: Organize an Egg Race!

Prepare a spoon and an egg for each person taking part in the race, set a starting point and a finishing line, and you’re all set! The first person to transport their egg without breaking it wins a chocolate Easter bunny! You’re free to increase the complexity of the course. You could imagine a route where you have to go outside and come back in, go up and down stairs, lie down on the ground and stand up again… you get the gist!

Activity #3: Red Light, Green Light – Rabbit Mode

The perfect activity to kick off at a moment’s notice in the yard, park or living room, this variation on the classic game of Red Light, Green Light.

Activity #4: How Fragile are Eggs, Anyway?

Have you ever tested the strength of an egg? Grab some eggs, something to stabilize them (this could be rolls of electrician’s tape or bottle caps) and some heavy objects around the house. Place the eggs in the rolls and place a second roll on top to keep the eggs stable and provide a flat surface at the top. Place various objects on top to test the strength of the eggshells. You’ll be surprised, we guarantee it!