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Halloween Matcha Pancakes + Blackberry Sauce

Halloween is almost here and we’ve decided to celebrate the occasion at Kenko Tea.

Why not start your Halloween right with a healthy and spookalicious meal? Today we have Halloween breakfast recipe Halloween Spinach Matcha Pancakes and Blackberry Spirulina Sauce by the awesome Jo from @healthyeating_jo to help you do just that.

Matcha Vegan Pancakes served with Blackberry Spirulina Sauce for the spookalicous Halloween!

Jo is a mum of two and a vegan fanatic from Sydney. She recently left her corporate career to become a full time food blogger. Jo loves healthy food, fitness and photography - passions which led her onto the food blogging path.

Jo enjoys keeping herself fit and making healthy and protein packed versions of her favourite treats, living under the mantra that healthy should never be boring.

Jo’s healthy eating journey is evolving as she continues to explore and learn new things and she recently adopted plant-based lifestyle with the hope to inspire more people into healthy eating. Check out Jo’s journey at:

There is no trick with Jo’s Halloween Pancakes as they are plant-based, gluten-free and refined sugar-free. The matcha gives the recipe a nice and mildly sweet flavour, which pairs well with the delicious blackberry spirulina sauce.

These pancakes will undoubtedly bring the fun and appropriate spookiness for your Halloween!

Halloween Matcha Pancakes + Blackberry Spirulina Sauce

(Serves 1-2)


Matcha Pancakes

  • 125g Orgran Buckwheat Pancake mix
  • 1/2 banana sliced
  • 1/2 cup almond cashew milk, unsweetened
  • 1 Tbsp coconut sugar
  • 1 tsp Kenko Tea matcha powder
  • Large handful baby spinach leaves

Blackberry Spirulina Sauce

  • 3/4 cup frozen blackberries
  • 1 tsp tropical spirulina powder
  • 1/2 tsp granulated stevia
  • Sugar-free pancake syrup
  • A little bit of water


  1. Blend all the pancakes ingredients until thick and smooth
  2. Dollop the batter on a non-stick pan greased with coconut oil
  3. Cook both sides until golden then stack on plate
  4. Blend all sauce ingredients until smooth
  5. Add more water as needed to adjust the consistency.
  6. Serve the pancakes with the sauces and fresh blackberries.

Healthy vegan gluten free matcha spinach pancakes served with yummy blackberry spirulina sauce is the AWESOME way to start your Halloween

So delicious and healthy! Certainly not a trick, but definitely a treat. Happy Halloween!


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