So Matcha Love For Chaga


By Esther Boateng

If a strong cup of ‘joe’ doesn’t float your boat, try a strong cup of raw cacao mixed with chaga and matcha to kickstart your day. If you’re not a fan of matcha, no problem, use dandelion or ashitaba instead. To keep hunger pangs at bay, add a scoop of healthy fats such as ghee, plus coconut cream or regular cream for extra creaminess.

You can add other ingredients to your base chaga tea to heighten the taste and boost the nutritional profile, such as a spoonful of your favorite collagen powder, ashwagandha, a pinch of cinnamon, or a dash of vanilla essence. The woodsy earthy taste of the chaga really compliments the bitterness of the cacao.

If you’re trying to wean yourself off sweeteners and want to start your day with a slightly bitter beverage, instead of one that’s overly sweet, try skipping the sweetener entirely and add a generous scoop of cinnamon and coconut cream.



  • Customer Support

    Hello Anneliese, Your review has not been posted to the recipe. :)

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  • anneliese gimpel

    I tried to see the review and ended up giving it 4 stars by mistake. I have not tried it yet. Please remove my 4 star review.

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