This recipe for Green Tea Choc Chip Muffin creates perfect treats for the weekend that are vegan, free of oil and refined sugar. SO they’re guilt free too!
The recipe is extremely easy to make. You’ll definitely enjoy the lingering earthy sweetness of matcha complemented by the last-long bitter sweetness of chocolate. These two always make for tastiness on the tongue when paired together.
Matcha Chocolate Chip Vegan Muffins
1 cup plain flour
⅓ cup spelt flour – sub it for plain flour if you don’t have this
1 tsp Kenko Tea matcha powder – adjust to suit your taste
1 tsp baking powder
⅓ cup desiccated coconut – sub it for almond meal if you please
¼ cup unrefined cane sugar –or your choice of sugar
¼ cup brown rice malt syrup – or your choice of sugar
⅔ cup almond milk – or any plant-based milk
1 flax egg - 1 tbsp flax meal + 2 tbsp water, mix together & set aside to thicken
½ cup dairy-free chocolate chips + more for the topping
Mix both flours, matcha, baking powder & desiccated coconut together
Mix the sugar, malt syrup & flax egg in a separate bowl
Mix the two mixtures together until combined
Add in the milk and chocolate chips, Mixed until uniformly even
Scoop the mixture into a muffin tin lined with muffin liners
Top with more choc chips
Bake at 180 C for 20-25 mins
Drizzle with melted choc chips & enjoy the tasty goodness
I have been drinking iced matcha lattes for a while now and was looking to start making my own to save money. The reviews on this item looked promising so I purchased it. Was initially shocked at the size of the package but it's actually worth the money once I consider the cost I was paying for a latte ($6-$7). The matcha is very fine and easy to blend up in my nutribullet and is very high quality. Very happy with the purchase and how quick it was delivered.