November 08, 2016 2 min read

Donuts come with various kind of flavors and it’s this variety that makes them possibly one of the most loved desserts in the US. It can seem easier to buy them, as homemade donuts are perceived to take a lot of effort to make, but here’s a secret - they are actually super simple to create at home!

So forget the unhealthy packaged donuts from Dunkin’ Donuts or convenience stores, because this week we have a new healthy homemade matcha recipe to share with you -Vegan Home baked Matcha Chocolate Donuts by the super talented Tess Begg!

Matcha Chocolate Vegan baked Donuts glazed with creamy sweet chocolate make the best sweet breakfast treat for a new day

Tess is one of our recipe contributors from Sydney and is passionate about healthy vegan food and living a cruelty-free lifestyle. Tess has created many delicious vegan recipes as she believes healthy food shouldn’t be boring. You can visit Tess and her marvelous creations at:

Tess’ donuts are great for you as they are oil-free, unrefined sugar-free and dairy-free. They are better for your waistline and healthier than most of the donuts you will find at the stores.

The donuts are freshly baked, crispy and super chocolatey. The subtle matcha hint brings out the earthy bittersweetness from the donuts, which complements the mint chocolate glazing.

You can also add more matcha to get a deeper vibrant green color and richer matcha taste. These homemade vegan green tea donuts certainly make for a delightful choice for school or work.

Vegan Matcha Green Tea + Chocolate Donuts

Delicious matcha donuts covered with semi-sweet chocolate are ready to fuel your energy for the new week


  • ½ cup unrefined cane sugar
  • ⅓ cup rice malt syrup
  • 1 mashed ripe banana
  • 1 ½ cup spelt flour
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 2 tsp matcha powder, more or less for your preference.
  • ⅓ cup almond milk
  • 2 tbsp cacao powder
  • Vegan mint chocolate, melted (glazing)


  1. Combine sugar, syrup and banana till well mixed.
  2. Mix in 1 cup of flour, baking soda, and matcha.
  3. Add in almond milk and another ½ cup spelt flour.
  4. Continue to mix thoroughly until well incorporated.
  5. Divide the mixture into 2, add cacao in 1 half, mix well.
  6. Pipe each flavor into each cup of donut tray.
  7. Bake in a preheated at 180oC for 15 mins.
  8. Dip some in melted chocolate, drizzle on others.
  9. Sprinkle shredded coconut or your favourite toppings.

Freshly baked dairy-free and egg free matcha chocolate donuts are the healthy treats for you and the loved ones

Voila! A super easy, healthy and delicious donut recipe. We hope you enjoy these fantastic donuts with your friends and loved ones. Following is the video Tess has shared with us to show how these beauties are made in action.



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2010 reviews
like very much

the matcha is a realy nice product. we us it almost daily. the order process is fine and deliver is issue would be your associatation with SHOP i do not like this company as well as other third party companys that want to save your credit info.


I needed to contact customer service. E-mail did not exist.


I saw you sell on Amazon for less money. I tried to contact you and the e-mail was invalid. I tried e-mailing for days and the response was always the same.....invalid e-mail. does not exist. The only contact number on your website was Australia. Then I see this matcha was shipped from an Amazon facility in Kentucky - but I did not get the Amazon price! ???. I tried to file a claim with my financial institution - what a headache. I can’t rate a product that has no customer service contact. So frustrating!

Bought organic & ceremonial

I have had better matcha expected a mind blowing yummy & mind focus matcha, not so much ⭐️one star only

Ceremonial grand and the organic .

I have had a sweeter more matcha flavor in other matcha so that just tells me not all matcha are equal I give it 2 stars. I really want to love it but not as good as PIQUE brand