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  • September 28, 2016 2 min read

    Oven baked vegan matcha granola with mixed nuts and seeds is the healthy breakfast to start your day

    Our brand-new favourite snack this week is made with matcha and loads of healthy ingredients - it is the Vegan Matcha Granola by Cherie Tu from @thrivingonplants.

    Cherie is one of the talented recipe contributors who has given us many brilliant matcha recipes in the past. She is a compassionate girl from Sydney who thrives on a vegan and plant-based diet.

    Cherie has previously created lots of easy but super delicious recipes, sharing them on:

    This recipe is a healthy delight. It’s freshly baked without using any oil or sugar, and is completely vegan.

    The granola is mixed with ingredients such as seeds, nuts, matcha green tea, and whole grains, making it super healthy, nutty and crunchy. You can create this recipe the day before and have it as a quick and delicious breakfast when you’re rushing out the door in the morning.

    Matcha Green Tea Vegan Granola


    • 2 cups Rolled Oats
    • ½ cup Buckwheat
    • 1 cup mixed Seeds & Nuts of your choice
    • ⅓ cup Shredded Coconut
    • 2 tsp Kenko Matcha
    • ½ cup Maple Syrup


    1. Mix all the dry ingredients until uniform.
    2. Add maple syrup to the mixture .
    3. Combine until well incorporated.
    4. Spread out  evenly on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
    5. Bake for 10-12 mins at 180oC.
    6. Allow it to cool down for 20 mins.
    7. Enjoy with your choice of yogurt, fruits or milk.

    Healthy mixed nut matcha granola is the perfect snack to replenish energy and mood at work and school

    This oven-baked, toasty, and oil-free matcha granola makes for a divine breakfast. Following is the video for you to see how this lovely snack is made in action.


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