25g olive oil
100g brown sugar
75ml non-dairy milk
50g peanut butter
1 ½ tsp matcha tea powder
2 tbsp jam
1. Prepare the syrup. Mix in a saucepan the sugar and olive oil. Melt the sugar until brown. Slowly add hot milk. Cool, the syrup to room temperature.
2. Add peanut butter to syrup and stir. After that, ad...
50 g blueberries
80 g oatmeal
240 ml non-dairy milk
1/2 a tsp matcha tea
1 tsp brown sugar
1.Stir the ½ banana, oats, brown sugar, coconut milk, soy or almond milk and matcha tea together in a small container. Cover and refrigerate overnight.
2. Stir, transfer the oats to a bowl and top with berries and slices of b...
1 cup (155g) unsalted raw cashews - soaked for at least 4 hours
3.5 cups (820ml) filtered water - use more or less depending on how creamy you would like it to be
1 tsp PureChimp matcha green tea powder
3-4 tbsp maple syrup or to taste
1/2 tsp vanilla paste/extract
Soak your cashew nuts in water for at least 4 hours. This wi...
Well, the answer is 35mg of caffeine in matcha tea for every serving. That is if you make your matcha with 1g or ½ a level teaspoon of powder. So yes, there is caffeine in matcha tea powder.
How does this compare to tea and coffee?
Now we know what you are going to say; 35mg caffeine content in matcha is only a number, what does it actually mean...