Matcha and Moringa Latte (Vegan)

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Here is a quick, nutritious, and delicious matcha and moringa latte that’s full of antioxidants and amino acids. It’s the perfect latte to start the day or a pick-me-up in the afternoon.

Matcha in mug

I have a slight obsession with warm elixirs. They’ve been part of my regular day for several months now. And lately, I’ve added a matcha and moringa latte to the repertoire. Truthfully, preparing a warm drink, with mindfulness and intention has become a highlight in my day. A meditative act of sorts. Sure, there are no magical powers associated with this elixir but there is a ritualistic slowing down and multiple benefits that come with it, that do in a way feel in a way transformative.

Just the act of preparing this latte can bring me into the present moment, ground me and for just a little while, slow me down in my otherwise harried day.

While I don’t much care for the phrase “self-care” because it gets thrown around in all sorts of negative ways (i.e. spa days and vacations in Aspen or Morocco), I feel it is absolutely necessary that we actually take care of ourselves – physically and emotionally. And that’s not to say that we become self-absorbed and make everything about ourselves but simply include some time to recharge.

Anyway, where was I? Right, match and moringa. Making this matcha and moringa latte to me is self-care. When I feel stressed, tense or just experiencing the effects of the daily grind that can get to all of us, I hit pause. Yup, just like that – I just remove myself from it all and prepare myself for a few minutes of bliss.

Honestly, it’s amazing what removing yourself from a stressful situation can do. It’s a complete reset, particularly when this little break consists of making a delicious and invigorating drink.

So let’s talk about what goes into this latte and why it’s so good for you.

It’s likely that you’ve heard of matcha. But have you heard of moringa? And according to research, moringa oleifera, also known as the miracle plant, has been named for its antidepressant, anti-fungal, antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties. *However, if you are pregnant, nursing or trying to get pregnant, you should not take moringa as it causes uterine contractions and lowers fertility.

Like green tea, matcha comes from the Camellia sinensis plant but it’s grown in a different way to increase its chlorophyll production and increase the amino acid content. This means, with matcha, you will get a higher amount of caffeine and also a higher amount of antioxidants.

Matcha and moringa latte in cup

Benefits of drinking matcha and moringa latte

Let’s look closer at these 2 superfoods that go into this quick and simple latte.


  • contains nearly all of the essential amino acids
  • is rich in magnesium, iron, vitamin C, vitamin A
  • is rich in antioxidants
  • lowers inflammation
  • may lower blood sugar
  • can help lower cholesterol
  • may help with digestive issues
  • may lower depression and anxiety


  • offers high amounts of antioxidants
  • can protect your liver
  • boost brain function
  • contains powerful anti-cancer properties
  • just like green tea, it helps to protect against cardiovascular disease
  • can improve weight loss
  • has a calming effect on the mind and body

How to make matcha and moringa latte

My favorite way of taking matcha and moringa is having them already pre-combined. You can certainly get them separate, but I find this to be a delicious and practical way to take it.

I like adding one scoop of matcha and moringa mix (1 tsp). That is 1/2 tsp matcha, 1/2 tsp moringa if you’re not getting the combined “matchinga” mix. I add it to 1.5 cups warm almond, coconut or cashew milk along with 1/2 tsp of vanilla and 1 tsp coconut oil and blend. You’re going to get a frothy, rich consistency that you’d expect from a latte.

Do you need a blender to make matcha and moringa latte?

You do not but without a blender, you will not be able to get the frothy consistency. In this case, I would recommend skipping the coconut oil entirely, unless you want to whisk some air into it by hand.

What is the best milk for this matcha and moringa latte?

So I’ve tried a few different variations and they all work. Good options are almond, cashew or coconut milk – or a combination of the 3. My favorite is vanilla cashew as it enhances the subtle taste of vanilla.

What ingredients do you need to make matcha and moringa latte?

You only need a few ingredients for this delicious and healthy latte. I use matchinga, almond milk, coconut oil and optional honey, but I prefer it unsweetened.

Is there caffeine in matcha and moringa latte?

Yes, there is. Matcha contains more caffeine than bagged green tea therefore if you’re sensitive to caffeine, avoid it late in the evening. I generally do not have any caffeine after 3 pm.

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Matcha and Moringa Latte

Matcha and Moringa Latte

Yield: 1
Prep Time: 1 minute
Cook Time: 2 minutes
Total Time: 3 minutes

Here is a quick, nutritious and delicious matcha and moringa latte that’s full of antioxidants and amino acids. It’s the perfect latte to start the day or a pick me up in the afternoon.



1. Add all ingredients to pot and warm on medium-low heat for 5 minutes.

2. Add mixture to blender and blend for 20 seconds.

3. Serve right away.


1. If you only have matcha, you can make this latte with just matcha.

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  • Reply
    January 21, 2020 at 12:13 am

    Everything is just perfect!!!

    • Reply
      Daniela Modesto
      January 21, 2020 at 2:12 am

      Thank you so much dear Brooke!! I truly appreciate it 🙂 🙂

  • Reply
    May 30, 2020 at 12:30 pm

    I make this too, just by intuition. I love both green powders so just use a levelled teaspoon of each. Then add slightly cooled, boiling water and hot Oatly milk with some raw honey at the end. I love it!

    • Reply
      Daniela Modesto
      May 31, 2020 at 10:13 am

      That sounds awesome Jackie! I find it’s invigorating and yet also calming! I’ve not tried Oat milk yet but definitely want to!

  • Reply
    January 29, 2022 at 1:42 pm

    I can not wait to try it ! I heard amazing benefits of Matcha! But never had it! So I am excited to try 🙂

    • Reply
      Daniela Modesto
      January 29, 2022 at 3:16 pm

      I’m so excited for you to try it! It’s one of the most incredible ingredients! 🙂

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