Matcha Latte

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It’s officially fall which mean it’s time to jump start that daily matcha latte habit. Matcha is great for supporting a healthy immune system, as it is rich in catechin, an antioxidant that functions specifically in boosting immune health. But don’t think that this latte is all about the matcha.  It contains turmeric for its anti-inflammatory properties, as well as coconut oil and coconut cream for their content of healthy fats, which aid in circulation and help maintain healthy brain function. It’s sugar free, and perfectly creamy and delicious.  Not to mention, that color!



  • 2 tsp matcha powder
  • 1/2 tsp ground turmeric
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla bean paste
  • 1 tsp coconut oil
  • 3 tbsp coconut cream
  • 2 cups hot water
  • 2 tbsp cold water


  1. In a mug, whisk the matcha and turmeric with the cold water until it is dissolved.
  2. Add the matcha water, coconut cream and vanilla to a blender and add the hot water.
  3. Add the coconut oil to melt in the water and then blitz in the blender for 20-30 seconds until frothy. Alternatively, if you have a milk frother, you can use this to froth the milk.


You do not have to use the blender or milk frother, if you don't want to, and instead can simply combine the ingredients. You may have to stir the rink regularly, as matcha separates out some after sitting. Feel free to sweeten if you don't like the flavour of matcha being too strong. Be careful not to dissolve your matcha in hot water: this damages the healthy components of the tea and makes the drink very bitter.

Laura PeillAbout Laura Peill

An avid runner and passionate foodie, Laura writes the blog Viand Nutrition, a healthy lifestyle blog featuring vegan recipes, healthy living tips, at-home workouts and fitness motivation. Her love of good food filled with good nutrition comes from her years as a runner, completing marathons and seeking out adequate plant-based fuel for hundreds of kilometers, and then working as a running coach and needing the same fuel to offer her runners. In addition to focusing on good whole food meals, she is especially passionate about creating raw, vegan desserts and experimenting with new ingredient combinations in the kitchen. Her passion for food and nutrition has led to her return to school where she is studying to become a Registered Holistic Nutritionist with plans to combine running, writing and recipe creation and nutrition all into one. When she's not out on the trails, you'll find her hanging out in running clothes in the kitchen, in downward dog, or brewing a fresh batch of kombucha!

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