First of all, you have to know how amazing Moringa is and the almost endless health benefits it possesses. We made a blog post all about it last year.

17 Amazing Health and Beauty Benefits of Moringa Oleifera 

You can click the link above to find out more about Moringa.

How to Make Moringa Powder at Home

How to make Moringa powder at home


It’s simple and an easy 5 steps to make your own Moringa powder at home.

  1. Cutting the Moringa tree down to the size you want and then collect the branches with all the fresh, young green leaves on!!
  2. Washing the branches first with the salt water and the second time to rinse off in normal water.
  3. Drying by hanging them or you can also use a food dehydrator. This time we used the dehydrator because it’s the raining season here and make the leaves dry quick and easy!
  4. Blending add the leaves into the blender or if you got time you can used the mortar and pestle.
  5. Store or drink, eat or sell it!!


Below is a comparison picture of the different between using a mortar and pestle and a blender. Whatever way you use, the taste will remain the same, so use what you’ve got handy in your kitchen.

Now you have moringa powder, next is…

How to Use Moringa Powder

It is so easy to use moringa powder, I would say it’s similar to Tea or Matcha.

You just add 2 or 3 Teaspoon of moringa powder into hot but not boiling water or sprinkle in to smoothies, that’s it!! And drink.

Last week I just made moringa smoothies for my husband and it’s taste so good.

For me, I never drank moringa powder tea because I thought it looked too green and the taste would be green,
kinda like eww, but after I tasted it OMGGGG!!!!! Where did I get that bad idea from about moringa drink, Oh poor me! I’ve been missing out for sooooo long.

So now, I will probably do more recipes about moringa drinks and how to use it in cooking and baking and I will share them with you here dear reader.

This is my first moringa smoothie and here the Recipe for you!!

Moringa Powder Smoothie



  • Moringa powder        2 Tsp
  • Honey                        1 Tsp  (If you don’t like it, do not put it in)
  • Bananas                    2  
  • Passion fruit              2


I prefer without ice and when finish just put it in fridge.
Let it cool. So much better than adding ice!! (in my opinion )

Next one is…..

Moringa Powder Cookies 

Moringa powder cookies


2 tbsp.       Moringa
1 cup         Unsalted butter (Softened)
1/2 cup      Sugar (depends on how sweet you would like it to be)
¼ tsp.        Himalayan salt
2                Egg yolks (room temperature)
1 ½ tsp      Vanilla
2 tsp          Milk
2 cups       All purpose flour 

**If you like to add some extra moringa on top like desiccated coconut or cocoa nibs or even something more fancy or sweet feel free to do it***

Now is the time to say thank you for reading and I hope you enjoyed it. I will soon add more recipes, next time will be fresh Moringa leaves in food!!

See you next time! ; ) 

How to Make Moringa Powder at Home

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