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  • 100% Plant-Based


Serving size: 1

This is one of my favorite things to drink ever and is honestly the highlight of my morning. I truly look forward to waking up and sipping on this to start my day.

I absolutely love macadamia milk (especially my homemade recipe) and it pairs so perfectly with the matcha and spirulina. I promise, you will never want to go back to your plain old matcha and milk latte after this I'm honestly addicted.


• 1 cup homemade macadamia milk* (recipe below)

• 1 1/2 teaspoons matcha

• 1 - 2 tablespoons date sugar

• 1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla powder

• 1/4 teaspoon spirulina

My favorite brand of date sugar is by Let's Date, available at Whole Foods or on amazon here. If you are using my homemade macadamia milk recipe to make your latte, you likely only need 1 tablespoon of the date sugar for your latte.

Make sure you use a high quality, pure vanilla powder. I use this Madagascar Bourbon Pure Vanilla Powder from Whole Foods but there are many other high quality brands out there.


• 1 cup raw macadamia nuts (soaked for 2 hours)

• 3 cups water

• 1/8 teaspoon Himalayan pink salt

• 2 whole dates, pitted

• 1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla powder

You can buy macadamia milk at the store but I can confidently say it does not compare to this homemade version.

When making homemade nut milks, be sure your nuts of choice are always raw and not toasted or salted.


Place the macadamia nuts in a bowl and cover with room temperature water and allow to soak for 2 hours. Once the nuts have finished soaking, strain out all of the water from the bowl and discard.

Place the macadamia nuts and 3 cups of fresh water, along with the salt, dates, and vanilla into a high-powered blender. Blend until smooth, then pour the contents of the blender through a nut milk bag over a bowl. Wring out the bag to squeeze all the milk out (this recipe will make about 3 cups of milk).

Pour the milk from the bowl into glass jars and enjoy throughout the week.

I use these nut milk bags because they are reusable, easy to use & clean, and also filter out the nut milk pulp perfectly.


Pour 1 cup of the macadamia milk into your frother followed by the matcha, date sugar, vanilla powder, and spirulina. Set your frother on the heat and foam function and let it do the rest! Once complete, pour into your favorite mug and enjoy.

Spirulina is considered the most nutrient dense food on the planet so I love how this incorporates it into my morning latte that I'm having anyway. Because the matcha is already green, you wouldn't even notice that it's in there. Elevating my matcha with this simple addition makes me feel so good I truly see and feel all the health & beauty benefits that come with it. Both matcha and spirulina alone are nutritional powerhouses, so this latte combo featuring both of them has been one of my favorite practices, not to mention that it tastes incredible.


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