Vegan Gluten-Free Matcha Muffins

Hi friends!

This new recipe for vegan gluten-free matcha muffins is truly a winner. If you’re looking for a healthier muffin recipe, stop right here because HealthyGirl Kitchen has you covered. They’re moist, fluffy, perfectly sweet, deliciously plant-based and the perfect little snack.

Once I tasted these, I couldn’t get enough!

Why is matcha healthy?

Matcha is incredible for your health as it’s filled with antioxidants and is super in high EGCG which is known for it’s anti-cancer properties (yes please!). Other benefits of matcha includes boosting energy, boosting the immune system, detoxifying the body, and helps manage type 2 diabetes.

Make sure to buy high-quality organic matcha! I am so excited to be featuring Mizuba Tea Company matcha in this blog. It’s organic, non-GMO, radiation-free, preservative & heavy metal-free, and 100% pure!

Check out the Mizuba Tea Company mission here!

Why I recommend macadamia nut milk

Ever since going vegan, I have tried so many different non-dairy milks. One of my all-time favorites is Milkadamia’s macadamia nut milk. It’s creamy, delicious and PERFECT for baking! I love adding it into my baking recipes and I thought tit would be great in my vegan gluten-free matcha muffins.

I teamed up with Milkadamia for this recipe blog. Milkadamia is an incredible company that practices and supports regenerative, sustainable farming. Their vegan nut milks are made from raw macadamia nuts that are sustainably farmed in Australia (so cool right?!). If you want to read more about their regenerative farming practices, head over to Milkadamia’s website to learn all about it!

Milkadamia’s products are all non-GMO, soy-free, gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan. 

I don’t know about you but I LOVE a company that is earth-friendly and actually cares about our planet and the animals.

vegan gluten-free matcha muffins

What ingredients are in this recipe?

The ingredients in this recipe are super simple and the process is also super seamless. For example, this recipe has banana, matcha, macadamia milk, coconut sugar, oat flour, almond meal, gluten-free flour and vanilla…pretty simple if you ask me!

vegan gluten-free matcha muffins

How do you make vegan matcha muffins?

I recommend using a non-stick muffin pan or parchment muffin liners. If you don’t have either, you’ll have to grease your pan! We don’t want the muffins sticking to the pan. When you go to take the muffins out if you didn’t use a parchment liner, just simply use a butter knife to remove.

The wet ingredients will be blended in the blender and then will be added into the dry ingredients. I love a 1-bowl recipe! The clean up is so easy! Bake for 22 minutes and BAM you’ll have the most delicious matcha muffins that are healthy and taste amazing.

vegan gluten-free matcha muffins

These vegan gluten-free matcha muffins are: 





Perfectly Sweet

Nutrient dense


….and so delish!

vegan gluten-free matcha muffins

Common Questions:

Where can I get the culinary grade matcha you used?

Purchase matcha here!

Where can I find the macadamia nut milk?!

Use the Milkadamia store locator here!

Can I get the Milkadamia on Amazon?

Yup! They sell packs of 6 on Amazon.  Get 40% off if you order from their website. 

Can I use cane sugar instead of coconut sugar?

Yes, use any dry sugar you’d like.

Is the banana flavor strong?

Nope – it’s subtle.

vegan gluten-free matcha muffins

How many calories are in each muffin?

Eat these vegan gluten-free matcha muffins as a snack, treat, or even for breakfast. Bring these to a potluck, enjoy them with friends and family, make them with your kids or just make to keep in the house for an easy snack. Each muffin is 110 calories. Each muffin is hearty and makes for a great snack.

vegan gluten-free matcha muffins

What is the best way to store these vegan gluten-free matcha muffins?

Store in an air-tight container for up to 3 days or freeze! They are definitely best fresh the day they’re made but they will stay good for a few days in a container. It’s important to keep them sealed in the container so they stay super moist.

vegan gluten-free matcha muffins

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vegan gluten-free matcha muffins

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vegan gluten-free matcha muffins

If you liked this muffin recipe, you will love my V/GF chocolate chip muffins too!

Vegan Gluten-Free Matcha Muffins (oil-free)

Moist, fluffy, soft, flavorful matcha muffins are 100% plant-based, gf and oil-free. Perfect for quick breakfast on the go, treat or snack!
serving 9 muffins
prep time 10 minutes
cook time 22 minutes
total time 32 minutes

the ingredients

  • 1 cup oat flour make sure to get certified gf oats
  • 1/4 cup almond meal
  • 1/2 cup coconut sugar or any sugar like cane sugar or monkfruit sweetener
  • 1/4 cup gluten-free all purpose flour
  • 3/4 cup unsweetened vanilla macadamia milk I use Milkadamia
  • 2 tsp culinary matcha powder I use organic matcha from Mizuba
  • 1 ripe banana
  • 1 tbsp baking powder
  • 2 tsp vanilla extract


  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  • In a blender, blend banana, macadamia nut milk, matcha powder, vanilla and sugar on high until completely smooth.
  • In a large bowl, whisk oat flour, almond meal, gluten-free flour and baking powder together then pour the wet mixture into the bowl and stir to combine well.
  • Grease the muffin pan, use a non-stick pan, or use muffin liners. Add the batter into the muffin pan filling each about 3/4 way to the top. Yields about 9 muffins.
  • Bake for about 22 minutes. Allow to cool for 30 minutes before removing from the pan.
  • Serve and enjoy! Store in air-tight container.

This blog was made in partnership with Milkadamia. I can’t wait for you to try their plant-based macadamia nut milk!



Danielle Brown

Hi! I’m Danielle Brown, the face behind HealthyGirl Kitchen! I share easy, approachable plant-based recipes that are not only healthy but taste amazing. Follow me on Instagram, TikTok, and Facebook for free vegan meal ideas, recipes and healthygirl tips.

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  1. Josh says:

    This looks awesome! I’m trying to limit my sugar and I don’t need to something to be very sweet to enjoy it. Do you think I could get away with no sugar added? Or just a few tablespoons?5 stars

    1. Danielle Keith says:

      I think it needs the sweetness but you could try cutting it back a little bit. I don’t know how it would turn out.

  2. Marta says:

    Gonna try it this weekend. Can I use almond milk instead? I haven’t seen any macadamia in our shops….

    1. Danielle Keith says:

      Use any non-dairy milk but the macadamia milk makes it super creamy!

  3. Amazing! says:

    These are SO GOOD! We have a gluten free/egg free/dairy free household due to allergies so this recipe was a joy to find.I use Ripple pea protein milk (super creamy). My husband who really dislikes matcha also LOVES them. Thank you!5 stars

  4. Kristen Todtenhausen says:

    Hi! Is there a substitute for almond meal? Nut allergy in my house!

    1. Taylor From HealthyGirl Kitchen says:

      Oat flour!

  5. Rae says:

    Looks and sounds very delicious. Going to give it a try. Would it be fair to ask the what are the Nutrition Facts are?, thanks

    1. Taylor From HealthyGirl Kitchen says:

      Feel free to use an app like MyFitnessPal! 🙂