If you love the flavor of matcha but don't want the caffeine, this creamy, 3-ingredient moringa latte is for you! Loaded with minerals and antioxidants, no caffeine rush, pleasant flavor, and so easy to make!
For 1 moringa latte, add 1 tsp moringa powder, sweetener of choice (we prefer a dash of stevia), and 1-2 tsp hot water to a small bowl. Use a matcha whisk (or small whisk) to blend completely so no clumps remain (see photo).
Heat your dairy-free milk of choice (we prefer frothing with our espresso machine, but using the microwave or a saucepan on the stovetop will also work!). Transfer your moringa mixture to your serving mug and top with your heated / frothed dairy-free milk. Enjoy!
Alternatively, add dairy-free milk to the Breville Milk Cafe Frother and turn on to start heating / blending. Then add moringa and sweetener of choice (along with any optional add-ins) and blend / heat.
Add moringa powder, dairy-free milk, and sweetener of choice (along with any optional add-ins) to a saucepan on the stovetop over medium heat and whisk to combine and froth (to retain the most nutrients, be sure not to boil the mixture).
You could also enjoy your moringa latte iced by adding all ingredients to a jar with some ice and shaking well to combine.
Best when fresh, though you could make a batch (using any method) ahead of time and enjoy up to 24-48 hours later (hot or iced).
*We prefer a blend of half light coconut milk (canned or homemade) and half cashew milk (MALK brand or homemade). Or use our Creamy Cashew Coconut Oat Milk!
*Nutrition information is a rough estimate calculated with half light canned coconut milk and half cashew milk, with stevia as the sweetener, and without optional ingredients.
*Though we didn't come across any risks associated with consuming moringa, we recommend checking with your doctor before trying it if you are taking any medications or have any concerns. We should also note that consuming large quantities of moringa can upset the digestive system as it's quite potent. We recommend starting with a 1/2-tsp serving and working your way up.