Giving your mom a break from cooking and doing the dishes by treating her to a fabulous meal is a thoughtful and meaningful way to celebrate Mother’s Day. Moringa is great for women because it’s nutrient-packed with iron, calcium, and antioxidants. Studies have linked moringa to reducing stress, increasing lactation, and decreasing chances of cancer. Keeping her healthy by sneaking a little moringa into her Mother’s Day breakfast is a win-win.

If someone says brunch, automatically thoughts of warm, oozing poached eggs and crispy waffles fill the brain. Brew mom up a cup of her favorite coffee and set that pot of water to boil. It’s time to give new meaning to green eggs. They’re totally Instagram-worthy as well – #greenisthenewbrunch.


If your mom loves getting Eggs Benedict for brunch, she’ll love these green (hollandaise) eggs for Mother’s Day. You don’t need to be a master chef to be able to figure out making the perfect hollandaise sauce. Follow these simple, easy steps.


  • 2 Egg Yolks
  • 4 oz Butter or Ghee
  • 1 Tbsp Lemon juice or Raw Apple Cider Vinegar
  • 1 Tbsp Pure Vegetable Moringa Powder
  • Salt & black pepper (to taste)
  • Paprika (optional)


  • Melt butter in a small saucepan.
  • Place egg yolks in a double-boiler pot (or use a bowl on top of a pot with gently simmering water). Add lemon juice and whisk.
  • Add butter slowly, whisking as you go.
  • Once all butter is added and sauce is at desired consistency (should be runny, but stick to a spoon if stuck in), add moringa powder and whisk well.
  • Season with salt, pepper, and paprika (if desired).
  • Serve over poached eggs on toast with tomatoes, sautéed spinach, bacon, ham or avocado slices.

Moringa Waffles

If you don’t feel confident tackling our green eggs Benedict, try our savory moringa scallion pancakes, moringa waffles or moringa green smoothie bowl instead.