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The Top 10 Moringa Recipes


Moringa has been named the “tree of life” and “miracle tree” for good reason. This superfood may be one of the most nutritious plants on earth, with tons of antioxidants, vitamins, amino acids, and enzymes vital to our optimal health and well-being.

Moringa powder contains all 9 essential amino acids that our bodies need but can’t make on their own. This powerhouse of a plant also contains cytokinins, which are powerful antioxidants with anti-aging effects. Needless to say, we want to sneak in more moringa in our diet, and thought you would as well.

For a full overview on what Moringa is and the health benefits, click here.

We have tried and tested tons of recipes to find the most delicious ways to add moringa into your everyday meals and drinks. Enjoy!

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How Can I Use Moringa?

The leaves: Most people think of using moringa leaves steeped in a tea. The plant components don’t lose their potency when dried, so don’t worry about losing out on all the benefits! Simply steep a tablespoon of dried moringa leaves into hot water for a mid-afternoon energy boost, or if you are feeling bloating or have an upset stomach. You can also add the leaves to a soup or stew for added flavor and nutrients.

Capsules and Powders: Capsules are very convenient to take daily or while traveling or if you don’t like to cook or have access to a kitchen. The powders are also very convenient and can be added to your daily morning smoothie.

TopicallyMoringa oil is antiviral, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory. You can use the oil on your skin for minor scrapes and scratches, acne and C-section scars, or cracked or dry skin. You can even mix moringa powder with water or your favorite carrier oil like jojoba to make a paste for longer treatment of scars or wounds.

Now on to the Moringa recipes!

Moringa Recipes


1) Moringa Stuffed Mushrooms

MoringaStuffedMushroomsDegree of Difficulty : Medium / Serving Size : 6-8


  • 50 baby bella mushrooms stemmed
  • 1 Tbsp garlic finely minced
  • 2 Tbsp olive oil
  • salt and black pepper to taste
  • 3 ounces cream cheese softened / * vegan : substitute vegan cream cheese or cashew cream cheese 
  • 3 ounces sour cream  / *vegan : substitute vegan sour cream
  • 4 Tbsp mozzarella cheese shredded / * vegan : substitute vegan cheese
  • 1 tsp onion finely chopped
  • 1.5 tsp fresh thyme divided
  • 3.5 ounces fresh moringa leaves chopped; substitute 3.5 Tbsp moringa powder
  • 5 ounces artichoke hearts chopped; squeeze out excess liquid
  • 4 Tbsp panko / * Health substitute: almond or coconut flour
  • 4 Tbsp Parmessiano-Reggiano freshly grated / * Vegan : substitute vegan cheese


1) Preheat oven to 450 F.

2) Combine 1 Tbsp olive oil and 2 tsp of minced garlic. Save bowl and remaining garlic oil for later.
3) Brush inside cap of prepared mushrooms with garlic and olive oil combination. Sprinkle to taste with salt and pepper
4) Arrange mushrooms with oiled side up on a rimmed baking sheet. Bake about 6 minutes or until tender. Drain mushrooms or pat with paper towel if notable about of water still being released.
5) Mix softened cream cheese, sour cream, mozzarella cheese, 1/2 tsp thyme. Once combined well, stir in the chopped Moringa leaves, onions, and artichoke hearts. Salt and Pepper to taste. (If available, use immersion blender to improve mixing process.
6) In small bowl (can use dish from step two), add in remaining garlic, final Tbsp of olive oil, remaining 1 tsp thyme, 4 Tbsp of almond flour/meal, and 4 Tbsp of Parmigiano-Reggiano.
7) Divide Moringa/artichoke mixture evenly among mushroom caps. Sprinkle with almond flour mixture. Press crumb mixture lightly into filling if necessary.
8) Bake in preheated oven until filling is hot and crumbs are golden-brown, about 6-8 minutes. Serve immediately.

Recipe courtesy of A Healthy Leaf 

2) Moringa Oatmeal




Degree of Difficulty : Easy / Serving size : 4

This gluten-free, vegan recipe is a great breakfast option. You can use regular oats instead of gluten-free, coconut / cashew milk / cow milk instead of almond and play with different nut combinations like hazelnuts, almonds, or our favorite macadamia nuts. We also love coconut snectar instead of agave, so feel free to try play with that as well!


4 cups gluten-free rolled oats

5 cups almond milk

3 tbsp agave syrup or maple syrup

2 tsp vanilla extract

2-3 tsp moringa powder

1/3 cup pistachios, chopped

1/3 cup dried mulberries

1/4 cup unsweetened shredded coconut

2 tbsp chia seeds, optional

Instructions :

In a medium sauce pan, add the rolled oats, milk, vanilla extract and maple syrup.

Cook the mixture over low to medium heat, stirring occasionally, until some of the milk has been absorbed and the oats have softened, about 5-7 minutes.

Turn the heat off and add the moringa powder and the remaining ingredients.

Stir and serve.

Thank you Nuts.com

3) Moringa Superfood Smoothie with Maca, Flax Seed, and Tahini 


Every great chef knows that great recipes start with the best ingredients, smoothies are no different. This superfood smoothie uses maca, one of our favorite superfoods found in high altitudes of the Peruvian Mountains. Maca has been known to balance the endocrine systems of both males and females which is responsible for our hormones, nervous system, brain function, and sexual function / fertility. The berries are rich in antioxidants which protect against cancer and heart disease among many other inflammatory conditions. For even more protein or good fats feel free to add a teaspoon of your favorite nut butter (we love almond or macadamia) or 1/2 of an avocado.

Degree of Difficulty : Easy / Serving Size : 1 

Ingredients: 3/4 rice milk  * substitute your favorite milk such as coconut, cashew, or almond

l large banana

1/2 cup frozen blueberries

1/2 cup fresh raspberries

1 big teaspoon moringa powder

1 big teaspoon ground flax seeds

1 big teaspoon maca

1 big teaspoon tahini


Place all ingredients together in a blender or Vitamix

Blend until creamy

Sprinkle with a little extra ground flax or fresh berries (optional). We also love adding mixed nuts or unsweetened coconut flakes.

Best served immediately.

Thank you Trinity’s Kitchen.

4) Moringa Guacamole 


Degree of Difficulty : Easy / Serving Size : 2

Moringa Guac?  Come on!  Who doesn’t love guacamole? This summertime or any-time snack is a crowd pleaser for any person, group or gathering.

Ingredients :

2-4 tsp moringa powder3 ripe avocados
1 small red onion, finely chopped
handful of cherry tomatoes, roughly chopped
handful of fresh coriander, roughly chopped
extra virgin olive oil (to drizzle)
juice of 1 lime
spices: salt, pepper, dried oregano, paprika and crushed coriander seeds (use your favourites)
* for added heat add a jalapeno or serrano pepper, roughly chopped


1) Halve, stone and roughly chop the avocados.
2) Leave a handful of roughly chopped avocados aside.3) Add the rest of the ingredients to a large bowl and use a fork to mash everything together well.4) Add the remaining avocado and stir gently to combine. Drizzle with olive oil if desired and sprinkle with extra chopped coriander. 
Thank you Aduna 

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5. Raw Moringa and Mint Chocolate Squares


Degree of Difficulty : Medium / Difficult / Serving Size : 12 bars

You had me at mint.  We love mint and chocolate! This is a way better option than any store-bought dessert treat. Better ingredients means you can enjoy the indulgence without the guilt or sugar-coma you would normally get from processed desserts.  It’s amazing how good, good for you can taste.


1 cup almonds
2 tbsp cacao powder
1 cup Medjool dates
pinch of salt

Mint filling:
2 tsp moringa powder 
1 1/2 cups cashews (soaked if your blender is not high-powered)
1/4 cup (lightly packed) fresh mint leaves
1/4 cup maple syrup/rice syrup/raw honey
1/2-3/4 cup non-dairy milk (we love almond, coconut, or cashew)
1/4 cup melted coconut oil
peppermint extract, to taste (add just a couple of drops at a time)

Raw chocolate topping:
60g cacao butter (It’s easier to measure by weight), melted OR 1/3 cup melted coconut oil
1/4 cup cacao powder
2 tbsp maple syrup/raw honey
pinch of salt
cacao nibs to garnish


1) For the base, blend the almonds in a food processor until you have a coarse flour. Add the salt, cacao powder and dates and blend again until your mixture sticks together easily with finger and thumb.

2) Press evenly into an 8×8″ baking tin, lined with parchment paper and place the tin in the freezer while you prepare the filling.

3) In a high powered blender or food processor, blend the cashews, mint leaves, liquid sweetener, moringa and non-dairy milk until very smooth. Add the melted coconut oil and blend again. Finally, add the mint extract, blend again and taste. Add a little more if needed.

4) Pour the mint filling over the prepared base and smooth out with a spatula. Return the tin to the freezer. Whisk together the chocolate ingredients in a medium-sized bowl. Leave for a minute to cool slightly.

5) Pour over mint filling, spreading evenly (move quickly as it sets fast!). Sprinkle with cacao nibs and return to the freezer to fully set. Slice into squares and serve immediately or from the fridge for a softer texture.

Thank you Aduna.

For a full overview on what Moringa is and the health benefits, click here.

 6. Creamy Matcha & Moringa Latte


 Degree of Difficulty : Easy / Serving Size : 1

You can use any milk of choice for this recipe. We love almond, coconut, or cashew milk the best.


  • 1 cup unsweetened plant-based milk (coconut, almond, cashew are our favs)
  • 1 tsp matcha powder
  • 1 tsp moringa powder
  • 1 tsp coconut oil
  • ¼ tsp unpasteurized honey – or more, to taste (optional)


  1. Combine the milk, matcha and moringa powder in a small saucepan. Bring to a low simmer over medium heat, whisking a few times.
  2. Once the milk has thickened a little and is warm, gently transfer to a blender. Add the coconut oil and honey and blend until smooth and creamy. Pour into a mug and serve immediately.  Try with Manuka honey for an extra immunity boost!Thank you The Green Life. 

6. “Cheesy” Moringa Popcorn

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Degree of Difficulty : Easy / Serving Size : 3-4

We love this dairy-free and healthier version of everyone’s favorite movie snack. This “cheesy” option is not packed with the usual hydrogenated oils, fats, and sugar that the movies theaters or stores carry.



100 g/ 1/2 cup popcorn kernels
6 tbsp melted coconut oil

“Cheesy” Moringa Topping:

2 tsp (or to taste) moringa powder
4 tbsp nutritional yeast
½ tsp sea salt


1) Mix nutritional yeast, moringa powder and sea salt in a small bowl.

2) Pop the popcorn in a popcorn machine, or in a large pot with 4 tbsp coconut oil.

3) If using a pot, add the coconut oil and three kernels. Cover the pot with a lid and heat to medium.

4) When the kernels have popped, remove them from the pot and add the rest of the kernels. Let them pop while shaking the pot every 10 seconds to make sure they don’t burn.

5) When all the kernels have popped, put the popcorn in a large bowl.

6) Drizzle 2 tbsp of melted coconut oil over the popcorn. Turn the popcorn around in the bowl to coat with the oil. (you can skip this step, but the oil helps the moringa topping stick to the popcorn).

7) Sprinkle the moringa topping over the popcorn and mix well. Add additional salt to taste.

Thanks Aduna

7) Super Green Bowl With Moringa Cashew Sauce 


Degree of Difficulty : Medium / Serving Size : 1-2

Moringa-Cashew Sauce:
1/2 cup cashews soaked for a minimum of 4 hours
2 tbsp water
1 tsp moringa powder
1/2 tsp nutritional yeast
2 pinches arabian baharat spice mix (we also like zaatar which is easier to find, or any mix of spices you like)


Green Bowl (for 1-2 servings)
1 small head of broccoli, chopped
1 cup kale leaves, stems removed
1 handful peas
1 handful edamame
1 handful green beans
1/2 avocado, sliced
1 handful fresh coriander
2 tbsp toasted, chopped almonds


1) For the sauce, rinse and drain cashews. Add to a blender with the other ingredients and blend until smooth.

2) For the bowl, start by steaming the broccoli florets for 5 minutes. Then add all the other ingredients to the steam basket and steam everything for approx. 5 minutes over high heat. The vegetables should be a vibrant green and still a little crisp.

3) Arrange the vegetables in a bowl, garnish with the avocado, coriander and almonds and drizzle generously with the sauce. Thank you Aduna beautiful pictures and recipes as usual.


8. Moringa Chicken Soup

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Degree of Difficulty : Easy / Serving Size : 3-4

Chicken soup for the soul, indeed. This nutrient-packed soup will keep you warm on a chilly night or will help you recover from a cold and /or flu and with the addition of Moringa, you can get the extra added boost.


  • 2 Chicken breasts, cubed
  • Handful of Moringa leaves
  • Chayote, peeled and cubed / * If not available, choose any vegetable mix you like such as bok choy, spinach, celery, onions, or carrots.
  • 5 cups Water


  1. In a pot, boil water in high heat and then add the salt and the Chicken breasts. Reduce heat and let the chicken cook, about 15 minutes.
  2. Add peeled and sliced chayote and / or other vegetables.
  3. Turn off heat, add Moringa and cover the pot.
  4. Salt and pepper to taste. Add Chopped Jalapeno peppers for added heat. (optional) Thank you Her Global Kitchen.

9. Cacao & Matcha Moringaroons


Degree of Difficulty : Medium / Difficult / Serving Size : about 10 

Ni Secret here, I just love coconut and chocolate, so this one was a no brainer.  Let’s get down to business.

  • 1/2 cup shredded coconut
  • 1 tablespoon moringa powder
  • 1 heaped tablespoon matcha
  • 3 tablespoons sesame seeds
  • Optional cacao crunch: 2 tablespoons raw cacao nibs
  • pinch of sea salt
  • 5 tablespoons maple syrup
  • 4 tablespoons coconut oil
  • 2 tablespoons cashew butter (any nut or seed butter will do)
  • 1 vanilla bean or 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract

Optional cacao layer:

  • 2 tablespoons cacao powder

Instructions :

  1. Mix all dry ingredients (except cacao powder for layer) in a bowl.
  2. Add in wet ingredients, mix well until the texture is even.
  3. Now, you have two choices: (1) You can either press the mixture into an ice cube tray (fun shapes for kids!) and freeze for 2 hours. After that, your moringaroons are ready to be eaten. Remember to keep them in the fridge. (2) Shape the mixture into balls, then roll them in cacao magic and cacao nibs for an indulgently healthy chocolate touch. Freeze for 2 hours, then keep in a tight container in the fridge. Thank you Breakfast Criminals

10. Moringa & Zucchini Fritters with Mango Dip


Easier than it sounds once you have all the ingredients and really tasty and well you know, good for you too.

Degree of Difficulty : Medium / Difficult / Serving Size : 2

Ingredients :

For the fritters:
2 tbsp moringa powder 
1 zucchini
1/2 red onion
1 cup buckwheat flour
1/2 cup pumpkin seeds
1/2 tsp paprika powder
1/2 tsp chilli flakes
1/2 tsp ground cumin
black pepper (to taste)
pink Himalayan salt (to taste)

For the dip:
1/2 avocado
1/2 mango
2 tbsp sesame oil
1 tbsp maple syrup
1/2 tsp chilli flakes
pink Himalayan salt (to taste)
To serve (optional):
handful of spinach
handful of rocket
handful of purple cabbage
1/4 mango
handful of pumpkin seeds

Instructions :

1. Preheat the oven to 425 F

2. Place the pumpkin seeds in a food processor and pulse until a flour-like consistency. Transfer this mix to a bowl.

3. Chop the zucchini into small pieces and place it in a food processor together with the red onion and process until smooth.

4. Transfer the zucchini mixture to a bowl and stir in the pumpkin seed flour, buckwheat flour, moringa powder, paprika, black pepper, salt, chilli flakes and cumin until fully combined.

5. Use your hands to form the mixture into flattened, circular fritters then place them on a baking tray lined with baking paper. (Your hands should be wet for this as the mixture is quite sticky).

6. Bake for 10 minutes, then remove from the oven, flip them over and bake for another 10 minutes or until golden brown.

7. To make the dip, place all the ingredients in a food processor and blend until smooth. Refrigerate until ready to serve.

We hope you enjoy all of the amazing ways to enjoy moringa. Stay happy and healthy.

For a full overview on what Moringa is and the health benefits, click here.

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