Matcha latte & chocolate loaf

Started my morning a little differently today. I don’t often drink hot drinks but after making oat milk last night I was just inspired to use it in a matcha latte.

Oat milk:

-1 cup of oats

– 5 cups of water

Blend that in your blender and then use a nut bag to strain the oat bits out. I was so amazed as to how easy this was and a whole lot more cheaper than making almond milk! It’s also easier than running to the shops and buying milk

Matcha latte

1 cup warmed oat milk

– 1 cup hot water

– 1/2 tsp matcha

– 1/2 tsp ashwagandha

-1 tsp collagen

– 1/2 tbsp coconut oil

– 1 tsp honey

Put all into a blender and blend for less than 30 seconds- ENJOY. the benefits of matcha and ashwagandha can be found on my Instagram page @jordyns_channel

Chocolate loaf

(It’s quite dense and more cake / brownie like. If you want it more fluffy you could try add 1 extra whole egg)

Dry ingredients

– 100 grams spelt flour / normal flour / cassava flour / oat flour

– 1 non heaped tsp maca powder (optional)

– 50 grams almond / coconut flour

– 80 grams chocolate protein powder (I used plant protein powder)

– 1 tsp baking powder

– 1/2 tsp baking soda

– pinch of salt

Wet ingredients

– 1 tbsp coconut oil

– 3 egg whites

– 1 cup oat milk

– 18 grams almond butter

– 2 tbsp honey

– 2 tsp vanilla essence

– if your protein powder is unsweetened (mine was sweetened with stevia) then add stevia or more honey.

Blend all the wet ingredients in a blender. In a bowl, combine all the dry ingredients. Then mix the wet and dry ingredients.

I topped mine with some vegan chocolate which was amazing so that’s optional too.

Line a loaf tin with wax paper (best hack that helps you easily remove the loaf from the tin)

Bake on 230 degrees Celsius for 15 min (check that a knife of kebab stick comes out clean)


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