Matcha recipes are popping out everywhere so why not curate a list with our favourite ones. Some are extremely decadent, others more on the healthy side. It’s up to you which one to try first. Already proven to have a lot of health benefits, matcha tea also colours your dish in a shade of green, making even the simple cupcake look absolutely delightful.
This yummy bowl gives you everything you need to start your day with a fresh and healthy breakfast. Quite possibly one of the easiest and healthiest ways to have your matcha. This recipe is a must!
INGREDIENTS: matcha, frozen bananas, gluten free oats, Swiss chard, peeled fresh ginger, almond milk.
It looks amazing, it tastes amazing, and it’s amazingly good for you. By adding probiotics you’ll help your digestion and reduce the acidity naturally present in some fruits.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, unsweetened almond milk, grated lemon zest, fresh lemon juice, probiotic powder, cashew butter or almond butter, chia seeds, bananas – fresh or frozen, maca powder, natural vanilla extract, pitted Medjool dates, frozen mango.
This must taste amazing! The nuts make this otherwise smooth breakfast crunchy and more filling. For sure, not your average smoothie bowl.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, yogurt, honey, blood orange, nuts of choice.
Healthy, delicious, easy to put together, this wholesome bowl makes for a very interesting and nutritious combo. If this ends up becoming a breakfast staple, you can change things up with various toppings, from dried coconut to blueberries.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, coconut water, fresh baby spinach, frozen bananas, avocado, lime zest, lime juice, ice cubes, pure maple syrup.
A mouth-watering green bowl that will leave you actually wanting to hear that alarm go off in the morning.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, frozen pineapple, ripe frozen bananas, greens of your choice, unsweetened coconut milk, fresh lime juice, sliced bananas, toasted coconut, Goji berries, chopped almonds, hemp seeds, cacao nibs.
The gentle green tea flavor is complemented perfectly by this diverse mix and everything is put together in no time. Achieve the perfect thickness and then sweeten it with some extra strawberries if necessary.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, frozen pineapple, frozen bananas, coconut milk, honey, granola, cocoa nibs, fresh bananas, fresh strawberries.
You are 10 minutes away from an incredible bowl full of matcha goodness. This energy-filled breakfast will leave you wanting for more. Wanna bet?
INGREDIENTS: matcha, coconut water (or unsweetened almond milk), almond butter, coconut butter (optional), frozen bananas, frozen pineapple, spinach, sliced strawberries, sliced kiwi, chia seeds, granola.
Talk about starting your day with a healthy and nutritious breakfast! This breakfast bowl is filled with nutrients and will keep you full for a couple of hours. Best part? All you have to do is to mix all these ingredients in the blender.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, soaked raw cashews, loose-packed greens, frozen, mint, vanilla extract or vanilla powder, VEGA ONE powder, French vanilla or chocolate flavor, unsweetened almond milk/other plant milk, maple syrup or stevia to taste, cacao nibs.
WAFFLES AND PANCAKES
Don’t let the ingredients list scare you, these pancakes are super quick to make and you can always skip the topping or chocolate syrup if you want. They’re so good kids too will be crazy about them.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, almond milk, brown rice flour, egg, unrefined sugar, coconut oil, hemp protein powder, baking powder, butter, Greek yogurt, raw walnuts, raw almonds, banana chips, dried cranberries, golden raisins, maple syrup, cacao powder, coconut oil.
A pumpkin and matcha delight topped with maple syrup and bananas. With added chocolate chips, this one speaks for itself.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, whole wheat flour, baking powder, pumpkin pie spice, dark chocolate chips, salt, almond milk, butter, eggs, cooking spray, maple syrup or agave, fruits for toppings.
Make these if you want to treat yourself with some sweet matcha. Mix the ingredients, cook them, and stack them, they’re too good to pass on. To keep things balanced, you can skip the ice cream topping and just add some plain honey or fresh fruits.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, whole milk, vanilla extract, eggs, unsalted butter, rice flour, granulated sugar, baking powder, fine sea salt, ice cream, rainbow sprinkles, caramel sauce, maraschino cherry.
Transform your traditional breakfast waffles with matcha powder and pumpkin seeds. These look ridiculously yummy. It’s the kind of breakfast that will make you ask for seconds, and thirds, and…
INGREDIENTS: matcha, oat flour, pumpkin seeds, coconut sugar, baking powder, salt, eggs, unsweetened almond milk (or soy, whole milk, etc.), applesauce, pure vanilla extract, melted unrefined coconut oil.
With additions like flax seeds and apple cider vinegar, this vegan spin on an old recipe makes pancakes healthier. If you’re the waffles-for-breakfast type, you can make a big batch for next week and simply freeze them.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, ground flax, water, soy milk, apple cider vinegar (optional), gluten-free all-purpose flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, canola oil.
CHIA SEED PUDDINGS
A very colorful breakfast in a jar! Assemble it the night before and enjoy it in the morning. Even kids will love this one.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, unsweetened almond milk, pure maple syrup or honey, pure vanilla extract, chia seeds, ripe apricots, ripe banana, coconut milk, lemon juice, muesli, fruits for topping.
Whipped cream and pudding, these two are usually seen as an unhealthy treat, but in this case they’re not just healthy, they’re incredibly delicious as well. With two very different textures and tastes, Pastry Affair’s recipe is pure genius.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, canned coconut milk, vanilla extract, maple syrup (to taste), chia seeds, coconut whipped cream, shredded coconut.
Basic ingredients come together in this super simple recipe that requires a bit of patience from your side.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, almond milk, chia seeds, honey, salt.
If you’ve never tried making pudding with chia seeds before, then this is the perfect recipe to start. It’s easy to follow and it requires only 4 ingredients.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, milk (cow or nut milk), chia seeds, maple syrup.
Not only does it taste good, this one looks good too thanks to the fresh fruits used for toppings. If you want it thicker, just add some avocado and give it a few blends.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, hemp or almond milk, agave nectar or maple syrup, vanilla extract, chia seeds, blueberries, raspberries.
What an energizing way to start your day! This pudding is packed with vitamins, antioxidants, and caffeine so you can have a quick and satisfying breakfast.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, nut milk of choice, white chia seeds, pure maple syrup, vanilla extract, toppings of choice like unsweetened shredded coconut, raspberries.
If you usually workout in the morning, this is the perfect post-workout smoothie. It’s the ideal meal, both light and consistent – and it’s ready in no time.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, coconut water or the juice and flesh of one fresh young coconut, protein powder, ice, frozen ripe bananas, tahini.
A sweet and vegan smoothie with everything you need to detoxify your body the natural way. The sweetness of the orange juice perfectly contrasts with matcha’s earthiness.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, coconut milk (or other non dairy milk), cashews, baby greens of your choice, freshly squeezed orange juice, Medjool dates, ice.
An exotic tasting smoothie that delivers the necessary AM kick along with a very sweet and nutritious meal. All you need are 10 minutes and a good blender.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, banana, fresh pineapple, green veggies, nut or soy milk, lemon, ice.
Chances are this smoothie will get you hooked. With a creamy and rich texture thanks to those frozen bananas, it might not require any sweetener at all.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, frozen bananas, almond milk, vanilla bean, ice, honey, agave, or your sweetener of choice.
With added spinach and avocado, you kind of expect this smoothie to be extra green. Substitute your usual green smoothie with this one and who knows, you might cut down on your daily cups of coffee.
This healthy nutrients-packed smoothie tastes amazing and it’s perfect for those days when you don’t feel like having a big breakfast. Blend the ingredients together and that’s it.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, almond milk, frozen banana, flaked or shredded coconut, ground flax seed, vanilla extract.
Expect a serious boost from this small smoothie. The ginger and matcha combo make for a very unique taste.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, almond milk, ginger, lemon juice, kale, banana, avocado.
A majorly healthy drink that brings together the smooth texture of the coconut milk and matcha’s grassy taste. You’ll love it!
INGREDIENTS: matcha, nut milk, maple syrup, coconut oil, vanilla powder, maca powder, coconut milk, ice, salt.
Fewer ingredients means a quicker recipe and this one has only 4 ingredients. Whip it up, grab a good book, and relax.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, boiling water, almond milk, honey to taste.
Replace your store-bought latte bar with this matcha latte. It’s sure to give you the kick you need and it’s made using only natural ingredients.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, filtered water, honey, hemp hearts, vanilla extract,coconut milk.
A deliciously and incredibly easy way to enjoy your favorite drink at home. With added honey for extra sweetness, you can’t go wrong with this recipe.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, hot water, honey, milk of choice.
If you’re having a pretty bad mood, this 3-layer matcha latte is bound to cheer you up. This recipe has an extra step as you’ll also have to prep the homemade caramel sauce but it will be so worth it when you get a taste of it.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, vanilla bean, coconut sugar, coconut milk, caramel sauce, ice.
Traditional milkshakes went through a big makeover and the result was this 100-calorie milkshake that’s better than the real deal.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, Greek yogurt, milk of choice, homemade psyllium fiber supplement, Stevia extract, almond extract, vanilla paste, ice cubes.
If you’re into iced tea than you should give this one a go. If the weather is unbearably hot, just add more ice cubes.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, filtered water, fresh squeezed orange juice.
A less-green matcha sipper packed with antioxidants. So good you feel like drinking it on a daily basis? Fine. Pour it on a popsicle mold and enjoy it as a frozen treat.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, frozen blueberries, pomegranate juice, ice cubes.
This is the perfect vegan milkshake, ideal for those moments when you want to be out the door in a couple of minutes.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, coconut cream, frozen bananas, baby spinach, almond milk, vanilla extract, handful ice, vanilla protein powder.
Who doesn’t love lemonade, especially on those scorching hot summer days?! This recipe is better than the classic one, it’s caffeinated and healthier.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, hot water, pure cane sugar, fresh lemon juice, ice water.
With added protein powder, this matcha frappe is the epitome of simplicity. You can serve it as it is or add other greens or fruits. It’s up to you.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, filtered water or unsweetened almond milk, vanilla flavored protein powder, ice.
Colorful and energizing sugar-free drinks for a lazy and refreshing afternoon. This naturally caffeinated drink will boost your mood and also deliver a ton of other benefits.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, filtered water, crushed ice, lime, mint.
This milkshake is a far cry from any store bought alternatives and it will be ready in no time. If you have guests over, then you should definitely make more. This is the type of drink that gets you hooked.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, milk of choice, honey, vanilla extract, vanilla ice cream, whipped cream.
ENERGY BALLS AND BARS
No baking required for these sweet treats. If you want a healthy snack that is ready in just a couple of hours, these matcha bars might be exactly what you need.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, rolled oats, pumpkin seeds, unsweetened puffed rice cereal, dried fruit, sea salt, brown rice syrup, maple syrup, tahini, coconut oil, vanilla extract.
Ready in less than 10 minutes, these energy bars are the perfect pick-me-up snack whenever you want it. Huge pluses: they’re nut-free, gluten-free, and dairy-free.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, pitted dates, unsweetened cocoa powder, almond milk.
Chances are you never thought it’s possible to have so much wholesomeness in just one bar. As always, you can experiment with the flavoring to make it as sweet as you like it – you can even make spicy bars if you’re keen on them – and make a bigger batch for more than just a few days.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, Medjool dates, almonds, cashews, hemp seeds, vanilla bean, cacao nibs, unsweetened coconut flakes.
These not only taste amazing, but they look amazing too. If you find yourself in need of a sweet and protein-packed quick snack, make these bites. A bit crunchy and with no added sugar, they’re just perfect!
INGREDIENTS: matcha, coconut butter, cashew butter, vanilla extract, pistachio nuts.
Another nutty alternative: pistachio matcha balls! Just one or two are enough to satisfy your sweet tooth and this batch alone makes 14 balls, perfect for a couple of days worth of snacks.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, raw cashews, raw pistachios, Medjool dates, shredded coconut, coconut oil.
These grain-free, gluten-free, and vegan snacks are full of quality protein and healthy fats. Surprisingly easy to make, they’re ready in 20 minutes and exceptionally good for you.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, raw cashews, date paste, coconut oil, shredded unsweetened coconut.
If you haven’t made homemade granola until now, this is the recipe to start with. Its crunchiness and earthy taste makes it perfect for a quick snack or a breakfast on its own, with your milk of choice.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, rolled oats, buckwheat groats, pumpkin seeds, hemp seeds, ground ginger, ground cinnamon, sea salt, goji berries, maple syrup, coconut oil, tahini, vanilla extract.
The perfect grain-free granola with just a hint of vanilla and a whole lot of nuts. The ingredients go very well together and the coconut oil gives it that slightly unctuous texture. As an added bonus, you can try the iced coconut matchaccino.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, boiling water, ice, coconut milk, sweetener of choice.
How insanely delicious does this look? You can snack on it when you want a quick bite or have it as cereal for a savory breakfast, it doesn’t matter how you have it, as long as you watch your portion sizes.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, almonds, pecans, cashews, pepitas, hemp seeds, chia seeds, rolled oats, coconut flakes, pumpkin pie spice, coconut oil, maple syrup, vanilla extract, sea salt.
If you tend to reach for that box of sugary cereals, this granola is the perfect alternative, a protein-packed breakfast that will keep you full for hours.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, oats, nuts of choice, seeds of choice, sweetener of choice, coconut oil, vanilla extract, dried cranberries, salt.
We finish the granola round-up with a bang! This pan toasted granola is super quick and oh, so delicious – the go-to recipe if you wake up and notice you’re out of… granola.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, cashews, rolled oats, coconut chips, coconut sugar, pure vanilla extract, coconut oil, Celtic sea salt.
No ideas what to have for lunch? This soup is ready in an hour and it will amp up your lunch for sure.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, onion, potato, garlic, fresh garlic, cayenne pepper, ground black pepper, fresh kale (or other greens), vegetable broth, cilantro, coconut milk.
Yes, matcha tastes well in pesto too! This changes the whole game as it makes pasta dishes way healthier. Add it to your BLT for an extra broccoli taste and you might have found a new way to refresh your old sandwiches.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, broccoli, olive oil, garlic, lemon juice, parmesan cheese, salt.
Put a spin on your favorite salmon dish and add some matcha. An unexpected ingredient, matcha pairs extremely well with fish and it also makes for some very colorful dishes.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, salmon, pumpkin seeds, almond flour, Parmesan cheese, lemon juice, salt and pepper to taste.
Here’s another matcha and fish recipe. This time with halibut. A very simple recipe that will save you when you want a quick and healthy meal. Serve it with any side dish you want and you’re done.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, fresh cod or halibut, raw pistachios, coconut oil spray, sea salt.
Gorgeous looking cupcakes that must taste out of this world. Creamy texture meets healthy batter and they create an equally tasty and nutritious dessert.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, all purpose flour, whole wheat pastry flour, cornstarch, baking powder, salt, unsalted butter, Greek yogurt, granulated sugar, egg, vanilla extract, almond extract, skim milk, pistachios, cream cheese, powdered sugar.
These chocolate cupcakes look out of this world! The earthy matcha frosting pairs heavenly with the deep, rich cocoa texture.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, cream cheese, butter, powdered sugar, vanilla extract.
They’re green, chewy and incredibly easy to put together. If you love mochi then you’ll definitely have to make these.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, glutinous rice flour, vegetable oil, milk, sugar, eggs.
Of course chocolate cupcakes made it on this list. They are the absolute best! Not only are they insanely beautiful but they’re also velvety and scrumptious.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, granulated sugar, powdered sugar, flour, cocoa powder, baking powder, baking soda, salt, eggs, milk, oil, boiling water, unsalted butter, vanilla extract.
Bake yourself these yummy cupcakes with matcha frosting and you’ll have everything you need for an afternoon of pure delight.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, green tea teabags, milk, unsalted butter, granulated sugar, icing sugar, eggs, self-raising flour, plain flour, unsalted butter, vanilla extract.
These cupcakes make it so easy when it comes to getting your daily dose of matcha. If you’re looking for a non-vegan matcha cupcakes recipe, this one would be just perfect.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, all-purpose flour, baking powder, baking soda, powdered sugar, salt, eggs, sugar, unsalted butter, vanilla extract, Greek yogurt, cream cheese.
They’re vegan, gluten-free, and a must-be-baked dessert. If you’re obsessed with matcha and exceptionally creamy cupcakes, you’ll have to try this recipe.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, flax eggs, cacao powder, maple syrup, coconut oil, almond milk, vanilla extract, coconut flour, baking flour, baking soda, baking powder, salt, vegan chocolate chips or nibs, coconut milk, vanilla beans, coconut nectar or maple syrup.
Gorgeous photos? Check! Amazingly delicious recipe? Check! Still, hard to pick a side… What’s more divine? The chiffon cake or the matcha meringues?
INGREDIENTS: matcha, granulated sugar, icing sugar, butter, all-purpose flour, baking powder, salt, eggs, vanilla extract, milk, whipping cream, cream cheese, ground black sesame.
Winter-white on the outside with a deep-green frosting on the inside, this cake changes the dessert game. Matcha and gluten-free make it a guilt-free dessert that’s perfect for a lazy afternoon.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, coconut flour, baking soda, xanthan gum, eggs, coconut oil, agave nectar, vanilla extract, coconut extract, shredded coconut, white chocolate, cream, unsalted butter, confectioners’ sugar, coconut milk, sea salt, light rum.
Stunning cake that might sound a bit difficult to put together but once you heat the oven things will come about quickly. You might not need to store it in the fridge once people see it. Make sure you have enough for everyone.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, unsweetened chocolate, cocoa powder, boiling water, all purpose flour, baking soda, salt, unsalted butter, granulated sugar, eggs, buttermilk, vanilla extract.
Do you have 10 minutes to spare? Then make this beautiful matcha dessert that will satisfy your sweet tooth.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, coconut oil, honey or maple syrup, milk of choice , vanilla extract, eggs, almond flour, baking soda, cream of tartar, chocolate chips, strawberries.
A dense slice of pure happiness! Quick and easy to make and… eat! Then repeat. The photos are just as great as the recipe. This one is definitely a must for those who like a light and lemon-infused dessert.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, lemons, water, sugar, milk, eggs, vegetable oil, sugar, baking powder, sweet rice flour.
You read that right, this is a smoothie cake and a very pretty one too. Combine matcha with a bunch of super nourishing ingredients to give life to this rather unusual cake.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, fresh spinach, mango, bananas, cashew milk, ginger, sweetener of choice, lemon juice, vanilla powder, water, crushed almonds, Medjool dates, agar agar, macadamia shavings, fresh mint.
Triple Layer Chocolate Matcha Cake
Whip this cake when you want to surprise your guests with a rather different chocolate cake. The underlying decadent rich chocolate taste works hand in hand with matcha’s unique flavor.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, sparkling water, unsweetened cocoa powder, unsalted butter, granulated sugar, powdered sugar, brown sugar, all-purpose flour, baking soda, salt, eggs, milk.
A rather unusual combination, this matcha and mochi ice cream requires little to no effort but it’s well worth it, especially on a hot summer day when you’re craving a nice cold treat.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, yogurt, honey, kosher salt, vanilla extract, almond extract, sweet rice flour, sugar, baking powder, water, coconut milk, cornstarch.
Another coconut and matcha combo, this time in an ice cream recipe. Just think how impressed your guests will be when you serve them a creamy ice cream that will leave them wanting more. You’ll have no trouble making it!
INGREDIENTS: matcha, coconut milk, almond milk, Medjool dates, honey, xanthan gum.
Here you have the recipes for both the ice cream and the cookies. Both are easy to make and very rewarding.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, Medjool dates, raw almonds, shredded coconut, flaxseed, oats, coconut oil, frozen bananas, avocados, coconut cream, vanilla protein powder.
Matcha and crushed Oreos, how can you say no to that?! Mix the 4 ingredients, freeze it overnight, and indulge in it the next day.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, heavy cream, condensed milk, Oreo cookies.
These matcha and ginger infused ice pops are the perfect cold treat for a hot summer day. With orange juice for extra sweetness, you can’t go wrong with them.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, orange juice, yogurt, sugar, orange extract, candied ginger.
If you’ve tried a lot of recipes and never quite ended up with a smooth textured ice cream that tastes out this world, try this one. The matcha and mint combination will make your taste buds fall in love with this recipe.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, heavy cream, whole milk, eggs, blonde cane sugar, salt, mint, natural peppermint flavor, bittersweet chocolate.
MORE DELICIOUS DESSERTS
If you’re not so keen on baking, these no-bake cheesecakes should be on your list, chances are they’ll satisfy even the pickiest dessert lovers.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, graham crackers, unsalted butter, cream cheese, granulated sugar, powdered sugar, sugar, vanilla extract, heavy cream.
An interesting recipe and equally unusual texture, matcha flan is the kind of dessert that needs time to harden until you devour it.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, coconut milk, vegetable oil, agar flakes, sesame seeds, dark chocolate.
Make more of these, they’ll disappear in no time. Still, considering they’re mostly butter and oil, you shouldn’t eat too many at once.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, cacao butter, raw cashew butter, ghee, coconut oil, coconut butter, coconut milk, Maca powder, vanilla pods, pistachios, freezed dried raspberries.
Reinvent your favorite treat with this fun and easy recipe. Once you get the hang of it you can add other fruits, seeds, and spices to change things up.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, cacao butter, coconut oil, raw cacao powder, sweetener of choice, vanilla extract, sea salt, lemon zest, toppings of choice.
Say goodbye to your usual brownie and say hello to its healthier and more nutritious alternative. A brownie that’s ready in 35 minutes is a winning brownie for sure.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, all-purpose flour, white chocolate, milk, unsalted butter, sugar, eggs, white chocolate disks/chips.
If you want to try a more luxurious matcha dessert, this is surprisingly easy to make and will tingle all your senses. Gather the ingredients and prep a dessert that you will make again. And again.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, Oreos, pailleté feuilletine, butter, dark chocolate, white chocolate, thickened cream.
These green donuts are the epitome of fluffiness. Bake a batch and serve some in the afternoon with a hot tea and a good book. Donuts make everything better. Don’t they?
INGREDIENTS: matcha, flour, sugar, baking soda, salt, oil, buttermilk, eggs, white vinegar, vanilla extract.
Shortbread cookies made gluten-free and way greener. A strong nutty vibe from pumpkin seeds meets matcha’s earthiness in this simple recipe. And that sanding sugar is the… cherry on the top.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, gluten-free oat flour, pumpkin seeds, xanthan gum, baking powder, butter, powdered sugar, vanilla extract, sanding sugar.
This sweet treat will fool almost anyone into thinking they’re actually having sushi. Suited for a birthday party or for a sweet surprise, these matcha cake sushi rolls will be everyone’s favorite.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, all purpose flour, baking powder, eggs, sugar, salt, butter, white chocolate, whipping cream, unsweetened cocoa, water, vanilla extract.
A recipe that looks too good to be true, that’s what we have here. These dreamy and colorful krispie treats are ready in no time and even the kids will love them, so make sure you have enough.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, marshmallows, crispy rice cereal, vanilla bean, white chocolate, sprinkles.
If you haven’t found the perfect recipe for tea scones this might be it. Just so you know, these are gluten-free.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, gluten-free flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, coconut oil, coconut milk, vanilla extract, vanilla bean, powdered sugar, non-dairy milk.
If you’re planning a kids’ party or just want to have a cute dessert, try making these. They’re fun and sweet and can even be shaped as drop candies. You decide.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, sugar, honey, butter, sea salt, condensed milk, water, vanilla, sweet rice powder.
Forget Santa, bake these sweet delights for yourself. The matcha ones are super easy to make and will make for a great afternoon snack with a hot cup of milk.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, unsalted butter, granulated sugar, vanilla extract, salt, all-purpose flour, toasted brown rice, icing sugar.
When you’ll take your first bite from these fluffy delights you’ll feel like a kid again. Take advantage of matcha’s magic powers and you’ve just found yourself the perfect excuse to make marshmallows, again and again.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, unflavored gelatin, ice cold water, granulated sugar, corn syrup, salt, vanilla extract, rice flour.
If you love egg tarts, this whole new spin will make you love them even more. Equally delicious both warm and cold, these tarts are ready in less than an hour.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, eggs, flour, vanilla extract, sugar, pastry sheet.
It’s hard not to like chocolate bark but it’s almost impossible not to love this matcha and chocolate combination. Top it with whatever fruits you have in the fridge and you’ll have a healthy treat for when you want to munch something sweet.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, white chocolate, freeze-dried raspberries, shaved coconut.
Perfect for any day, perfect for any meal, a delicious sweet tart will brighten up your whole day. Make it a matcha one, like this one, and you’ll be speechless.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, rolled oats, shredded coconut, oat flour, cocoa powder, sea salt, almond meal, brown rice flour, coconut oil, maple syrup, vanilla extract, cashews, water, agar flakes, vanilla extract.
A fabulous dessert that can be whipped in no time and it’s the ideal choice for when you have unexpected guests. They can even keep you company while you make them. And add their own toppings.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, puff pastry, pastry cream, raspberries, pistachios, whipped cream.
They’re raw, they’re paleo, they’re vegan, and they’re a sweet treat hard to say no to. Whip these fast and pop them in the fridge to harden a bit before indulging in them.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, Medjool dates, water, cocoa powder, almond meal, vanilla, coconut milk, maple syrup, peppermint extract, toppings of choice.
If you love matcha with anything, you must try these sweet and chewy caramels. A childhood treat made healthy and indulgent with the help of some very interesting ingredients.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, sugar, heavy whipping cream, vanilla extract, honey, unsalted butter, kosher salt.
These crepes look delicious and have the big advantage of being incredible easy to put together. If you have some spare time try this recipe and see if you like your crepes matcha flavored.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, buckwheat flour, almond milk, warm water, eggs, coconut sugar, coconut oil, salt.
Who gets tired of cookies? No one! These beautiful cookies are made using basic ingredients and just a bit of matcha, for a subtle taste and a deep green hue.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, butter, brown sugar, granulated sugar, eggs, vanilla extract, baking soda, salt, all-purpose flour, pastry flour, white chocolate.
Created a long time ago by an anonymous Bordeaux cook, this French dessert is brought to life with some matcha powder.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, vanilla pods, milk, butter, sugar, flour, eggs.
These egg tarts have more matcha than the previous egg tarts recipe featured above. With added matcha, they are healthier.
INGREDIENTS: matcha, butter, icing sugar, caster sugar, salt, eggs, flour, milk.
Grab everything you need and start baking this insane chocolate delight. With matcha even in icing sugar, this must taste amazing!
INGREDIENTS: matcha, all-purpose flour, cocoa powder, eggs, sugar, milk, condensed milk, cocoa powder, butter, icing sugar.
Bottom line? Matcha goes perfectly well in almost any dish. If you’re new to it, use a smaller amount than indicated in the recipe and increase the amount as your taste buds become accustomed to it.
header image courtesy of Amy Chaplin