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    Matcha Recipes

    Holiday Matcha Icing

    Holiday Matcha Icing

    Recipe Credit: Simply Quinoa

    Tis the season for holiday cookies! We all know they are delicious and that we're going to eat them, so how about adding just a teensy bit of healthy antioxidants to the mix?

    Matcha makes a perfect all natural food coloring for all things vibrant green. So grab that Christmas tree cookie cutter and wow all your friends and family with these tasty treats :)

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    Oat Milk Matcha Latte

    Oat milk Matcha Latte

    Recipe & Photo Credit: FeedFeed / Julie's Kitchen

    I've been getting back into warm and toasty matcha lattes lately, and finding so many new delicious and creative ways to make this classic.

    This one in particular introduced me to "oat milk" - which is easy to make and when sweetened a bit basically tastes kind of like cake batter (!)

    Check it out:

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    Matcha Pancakes

    Matcha Pancakes

    Recipe Credit: Pâté Smith

    One of my all time favorite treats in the Fall — or anytime of year, really — is a tall stack of pancakes in the morning. I love getting creative with different toppings (my current favorite is this cinnamon almond butter from Jem Organics...a little pricey but sooo good).

    But how do I jazz up the classic pancake with nutritious antioxidant goodness and a vibrant green color the whole family will love, you ask?

    Matcha, of course!

    Adding matcha to pancakes is so easy — literally just add a few teaspoons to your favorite recipe and that's it.  Homemade recipes and boxed mixes work equally well. They cook up a wonderful shade of green and the slight grassy notes of the matcha just barely peek through.

    Get the full recipe here >

    Matcha And Cocoa Nib Granola Bars

    Matcha Cocoa Nib Granola Bars

    Happy November! Our friend Kimi shared with us this fun recipe with tasty fall flavors and it looked sooo good.

    Why eat store-bought bars when you can make more wholesome and delicious ones at home? Only the good stuff in these guys. Enjoy!

    Makes 8 bars


    • 2 cups gluten free steel cut oats
    • 1 cup puffed rice cereal
    • 1/2 cup unsweetened shredded coconut
    • 1/2 cup dried cranberries
    • 1/4 cup, plus 1 tbsp roasted cocoa nibs
    • 2 Tbsp coconut oil (melted)
    • 2/3 cup raw honey (can make vegan by using brown rice syrup)
    • 1/4 tsp sea salt
    • 1/2 Tbsp Ground Cinnamon
    • 1 tsp real vanilla extract
    • 1 Tbsp matcha (culinary grade)


    1. Combine all ingredients except matcha and 1 tbsp cocoa nibs in a large mixing bowl and toss to coat evenly with honey. Mixture should be sticky but slightly loose. 
    2. If needed, add more honey 1 tbsp at a time until desired consistency is reached.
    3. At this point I split the mixture in half, leaving out matcha for the kids. 
    4. To remaining mixture: Add matcha and toss to coat evenly, making sure all of the loose powder is dissolved/soaked. Mixture will be a vibrant shade of green. 
    5. Place half in a greased (with coconut oil) 8×8 baking pan and pack down tightly with your hands. Mixture is sticky so I put coconut oil on my hands for this part. Place in a preheated 350° oven for 10 minutes. Do not overbake or it will burn. 
    6. Remove when mixture is slightly golden on top and still pliable to the touch. Let cool 10 minutes and then place in freezer to set. 
    7. Once mixture is completely cooled, it will firm up. Take out of the freezer and slice into 8 bars and enjoy! Place in an airtight container and keep in the fridge for up to 2 weeks.(If you need to stack them, separate layers with parchment paper.)

    Tasty healthy energizing bars on the go!