Mother’s Day is right around the corner and it’s time to start planning something special. Whether you’re planning to serve breakfast in bed or prefer the idea of a sophisticated brunch at home, making a delicious meal can be both healthy and easy. We’ve put together a list of our favorite healthy brunch ideas that mom will be raving about for years but won’t require a ton of prep time, hassle, or hard-to-find ingredients.

Immune-Supporting Bloody Mary Mocktail

Is there anything that screams brunch more than a bloody mary? This immune-supporting bloody mary mocktail has all of the flavor of the original plus collagen peptides and superfoods for extra support for the immune system, hair, nail, and skin rejuvenation.

To make this one for mom, you’ll need some low-sodium tomato juice, dill pickle juice, fresh lemon juice, horseradish, hot sauce, Worcestershire sauce, collagen peptides and superfoods, seasonings, and garnishes.

Whether you choose to keep it a mocktail is up to you, but we know mom will love it either way!

Vegan Baked Protein Donuts

If you’re looking for something to impress your mom that you wouldn’t find in most meal delivery trends, bake these simple vegan baked protein donuts. In addition to being vegan, they’re also gluten-free and are packed with protein thanks to the inclusion of Orgain Sport Protein Organic Plant-Based Powder in both the batter and the icing. That means they’ll keep you full for longer without all of the excess sugar of traditional donuts.

We recommend topping with the fruit, nuts, or granola of your choice, but get creative and make sure it’s personalized for your mom!

Banana and Spinach Protein Pancakes

Your mom was probably always telling you to eat your veggies, and now you can wow her with these banana and spinach protein pancakes on Mother’s Day. They’re super easy to make when you use Orgain Plant-Based Protein Pancake and Waffle Mix; just add cinnamon, egg, protein almond milk, mashed ripe banana, oil, and spinach.

The spinach and banana are blended seamlessly into the mix, keeping all of the nutritional value without sacrificing that yummy pancake taste. Top with the fruit of your choice and enjoy a filling meal that will last you until dinner!

Protein-Packed Bundt Cake

No brunch would be complete without a delectable dessert, but that doesn’t mean it has to be a junky calorie bomb. This protein-packed bundt cake is made with butter, sugar, eggs, flour, buttermilk, baking powder, cocoa powder, milk, salt, vanilla extract, and protein powder, which takes the nutrition to the next level. Mom will never know you made her a “healthy” dessert for Mother’s Day unless you tell her, but hey, why not show her what a smart kid she raised? Top it with an easy-to-make glaze or keep it super simple by sticking with just the cake. We promise she’ll love it either way.