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Wild Recipe: Hibiscus Matcha Latte

Colin Stuckert

 Recipe by: ChewsWellness

Recipe by: ChewsWellness



  1. Using just a little bit of hot water, whisk matcha along with Hibiscus Flowers and Vanilla Powder until it’s a pasty texture.
  2. Remove Hibiscus after letting the Matcha absorb the flavor.
  3. Pour into mug, and pour steamed/frothed milk over top!

Tip: If you want some sweetness to your matcha, add a bit of your preferred sweetener. For added nutrition- add a scoop of Collagen or Protein Powder.

No Bake Matcha Energy Balls 

Colin Stuckert

Prep: 30 minutes

Makes: 15 balls 



  1. Combine the shredded coconut, all of the seeds, coconut oil, matcha and sweetener in your food processor. Process until a thick, gritty paste forms. 
  2. Put the cacao powder on a plate. Line a second plate with parchment paper. 
  3. Use a tablespoon to shape balls with the seed paste then gently roll it in the cacao powder and set it aside. Repeat with all of the paste. 
  4. Line them up on the plate with parchment paper, making sure they’re not touching. Let them set in the fridge for 30 minutes. 
  5. Dust with remaining cacao powder and enjoy. Store in an airtight container in the fridge until ready to eat.

Wild Spiced Matcha Latte

Colin Stuckert

Warm and aromatic, your favorite fall flavors in a soothing cup of hot matcha!


  • 12 ounces steaming water
  • 1 tablespoon coconut butter
  • 1 teaspoon Wild Matcha #2
  • ¼ teaspoon cardamom
  • ¼ teaspoon nutmeg
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • ½ teaspoon Wild Vanilla Powder (or vanilla extract)


  1. Combine all of the ingredients in a blender or in a quart-sized mason jar
  2. Insert an immersion blender or frother.
  3. Blend until smooth and frothy. 

Enjoy right away. 

Wild Recipe: Iced Matcha

Colin Stuckert



  1. Combine the MCT, Matcha, sweetener and cold water in a blender.
  2. Blend until frothy.
  3. Lower the speed and add in the collagen until just combined.
  4. Pour over ice, enjoy! 

Wild Recipe: Chia Seed Pudding Breakfast Jars

Colin Stuckert

Chia seeds have rightfully earned their place on the super food mantle. These tiny seeds are full of fiber, pack lots of omega 3 and some omega 6 fats, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium and protein to boot! 

Bonus: they have some sort of voodoo magic in them that when mixed with fluid they get gel-like and turn the liquid into pudding!

This recipe makes a big batch and you can keep it simple or make personalized flavors: Vanilla, chocolate or matcha! Mix and match with Wild Sweet Nibs, fresh berries and coconut for endless breakfast fun! 

Wild Chia Seed Pudding Breakfast Jars (3 Ways!)

Recipe credit: The Castaway Kitchen


Flavor Options:

You’ll need:

  • Large bowl
  • 3 jars
  • Measuring cup and spoons
  • Whisk

How to:

  • Prepare your jars. Add ½ a tsp of vanilla powder and 2 tsp of chocolate powder to one jar. ½ tsp of vanilla and ½ tsp of matcha powder to the other jar and 1 tsp vanilla powder to the third jar.
  • In the large bowl whisk together the chia seeds, salt and coconut palm sugar.
  • Add in the coconut milk and water.
  • Whisk until mix begins to thicken.
  • Distribute the mix evenly between the three jars. 
  • Mix each one with a spoon until their flavoring is well incorporated.  You can also do this by closing them with a lid and shaking vigorously. 
  • Top with Wild sweet nibs! Adds amazing flavor and CRUNCH! Berries and coconut are great too. 
  • Set in the fridge to thicken at least 30 minutes or until ready to enjoy!

Wild Recipe: Dark Chocolate Matcha

Colin Stuckert

Healthy candy? Can it be?

When you combine anti-inflammatory fats with quality chlorophyll packed matcha, raw honey and a pinch of pink Himalayan salt, what you’ve get is a delicious way to keep your body in tip top shape. 

A serious hit of antioxidants and vitamins that will soothe your sweet tooth and boost your metabolism! 

Wild Dark Chocolate Matcha Bars

Recipe credit: The Castaway Kitchen
Makes 24-26 cookiesMakes 2 bars


For the Chocolate:

For the Matcha:

You will Need

  • Small sauce pot
  • 2 small glass bowls
  • (or a double boiler)
  • Whisk
  • Spatula 
  • 2 Candy molds or small containers lined with parchment paper 


First make the chocolate:

  1. Heat water in a small sauce pot over medium heat, place one bowl over it, but make sure it’s not touching the water. 
  2. Add in the cocoa butter wafers and heat until almost all of them are melted. 
  3. Remove from heat and whisk until all of the pieces have turned liquid.
  4. Add in the chocolate powder, vanilla powder and salt.
  5. Whisk until fully incorporated. 
  6. Add in the honey and continue whisking until mix is smooth and glassy.
  7. Let it sit under a fan to continue to cool, stir every few minutes. 

Then make the matcha:

  1. Place your second bowl over the simmering pot of water until the wafers have melted in the same fashion as before.
  2. Then whisk in the matcha, vanilla and honey. Continue to whisk until glassy.
  3. Set under a fan to cool. Stir every few minutes. 
  4. When both of the cocoa butter mixes have cooled to the point where they are thick to stir, like melted ice cream, drizzle the chocolate mixture into your mold, remember to leave room for the matcha. 
  5. Drizzle the matcha mixture over the chocolate mixture, then use a knife to create your marble design. Gently drag the tip of a knife in the chocolate to do this. 
  6. Let sit at room temperate until it hardens. You could expedite the process by putting in the fridge, if you’re going to do this, make sure you place your molds over a tray or plate so you can move them. 

The Wild Foods December Promotion

Colin Stuckert

Since December is a time of giving and showing gratitude for loved ones, our December promo is going to help you do just that by getting as many Wild Minis into your hands as possible!

Our team has already produced 500 minis this week in preparation for the December promotion. And more are on the way.

Wild Minis are 1-2oz sizes of the Wild Foods product line. They are great for travel, trying new ingredients and, best of all, gifting.

And they fit perfectly in stockings. Like perfect... See how perfect:


To help you fill those stockings and give the gift of Wild Foods, we are offering the following promotion for every order placed in the Wild Foods store for the month of December (no promo code required):

  • Order $25 = Receive 3x Bonus Wild Minis (Retail Value = $9)
  • Order $50 = Receive 5x Bonus Wild Minis (Retail Value = $15)
  • Order $75 = Receive 7x Bonus Wild Minis (Retail Value = $21)
  • Order $100 = Receive 10x Bonus Wild Minis (Retail Value = $30)
  • Order $150 = Receive 15x Bonus Wild Minis (Retail Value = $45)
  • Order $200 = Receive 25x Bonus Wild Minis (Retail Value = $75)
  • Order $249 = Receive 35x Bonus Wild Minis (Retail Value = $105)
  • Order $499+ = Receive 60x Bonus Wild Minis (Retail Value = $150)
  • Order $999+ = Receive 150x Bonus Wild Minis (Retail Value = $300)

Average Retail Value for Wild Minis = $3.00

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New Wild Guide: The Wild Foods Guide To Matcha

Colin Stuckert

bamboo tool for matcha

One thing I love about ingredients is each has a unique story to tell.

Every ingredient has a unique method of growing, cultivating and processing; a unique nutrition profile; a unique flavor; a unique way to cook and eat.

And it's my recent ingredient obsession--matcha--that inspired our newest Wild guide.

Matcha is made from specialty green tea leaves that have been stone-ground into a bright green powder.

Because the powder is made from the entire tea leaf, it has far more nutrition than traditionally brewed green tea--1 cup of matcha contains as much nutrition as 10 cups of regular green tea!

Like wine, matcha comes in many forms and qualities, with the best matcha in the world being far more expensive than what you would ever pay for loose leaf green tea. (Ceremonial grade matcha typically runs around $1 a gram.)

My interest was renewed after successfully launching our newest product: Wild Matcha #2 Culinary Grade. Our 1st and 2nd harvest ceremonial grade Wild Matcha has been a consistent seller, but I wanted to find a matcha that was more suited for recipes. Typically, you don't want to use ceremonial grade matcha for recipes, shakes or lattes because it is expensive and meant for drinking straight.

Our newest Wild Guide is the result of my recent trip down the matcha rabbit hole. We will be constantly updating it, refining and tweaking--especially with more matcha recipes!