As you have been reading through our posts you would have most definitely realized that the health benefits of Matcha tea are astounding. However, sometime the tricky part is not whether you should be drinking Matcha but how to drink it. In this post, I have compiled my favorite list of Matcha green tea recipes.
Matcha green tea powder is not only healthy but very versatile as it can be used as the main ingredient in many different kinds of foods. From matcha lattes, to muffins, there are so many different recipes one can try with Matcha powder.
Some might be right down your alley but some might completely left field for you. Either way, I am sure you will find something here that will tickle your taste buds.
Enough chatting let’s get into to my ultimate list of matcha green tea recipes.
The Matcha Latte is poised to be the next Chai latte. We have already written about to make the perfect Matcha Latte, but this recipe puts twist on it by adding coconut to it. A great combination.
You can get the full recipe here at Love and Lemons.
If you are just getting started with using Matcha powder as a cooking ingredient, making Matcha ice cream is a great place to start. This is because the no other ingredients get in the way of the flavor of Matcha.
You can find a great matcha ice cream recipe at Karen’s Kitchen Stories
This is a great treat for summer and a great way to get the kids to enjoy some Matcha. These are packed with anti-oxidants so you will be boosting your immune system without even realizing it.
Check out this recipe at The Design Files
These are the sweet bars every health conscious foodie has been waiting for. They are great for vegans, and in addition they are gluten-free and paleo-friendly. And they just taste so damn good.
Read up on the recipe over at The Little Kitchen Market
If you thought that pancakes could not be healthy then think again. Because Matcha green tea powder is so versatile, it can literally be used to make just about anything, including pancakes. The great thing about this recipe is that you don’t need to use a lot matcha powder in the process. Which means you won’t spend your whole budget on making pancakes.
Find the recipe at The Healthy Foodie
Are you in the mood for some creamy ice=cream but you are worried about the amount of pounds you will need to work off in exchange for your moment of indulgence? Then try this ice-cream recipe that uses match as its base. It’s vegan friendly and healthy. But don’t let that fool you, it tastes great.
Learn how to make it at Minimalist Baker
Looking for a post-workout snack? Then why don’t you try this recipe. It is packed with protein from peanut butter and antioxidants from the Matcha powder. Both will help with the recovery after a workout.
Get the recipe from Call Me PMC
Here is another great workout snack. They are packed with protein, healthy fats, complex carbs, fiber and are no bake so are very quick and easy to make. This is a great choice for a mid-morning or mid-afternoon snack for those times that are feeling peckish.
Find the recipe at Desserts with Benefits
When the sugar craving hits, but you don’t want to jeopardize your hard earned health, try this great treats out. The recipe calls for white sugar but your can replace it with any other alternative such as coconut sugar or agave.
Find out how to make these at Kirbie Cravings
This is a great alternative to the sugar rich traditional muffins. These are high in anti-oxidants and can be enjoyed for breakfast, afternoon tea or any other time you feel the sweet tooth kicking in. They are gluten-free and only have 105 calories.
Find the recipe here: Guilty Kitchen
These chocolates are also referred to as Matcha Nama Chocolates, which means “Melt in your mouth”. This is a truffle-like chocolate that is rich but too sweet.
Try it with this recipe from Just One Cookbook
If you are into cheesecake then you have to try this recipe. This is the Matcha version of their strawberry cheesecake. The recipe refers to a slight bitterness of Matcha. However if you have read any of my posts on where to buy Match you will know that the quality Matcha powders are not bitter and are rather naturally sweet. So please ignore that part of the recipe.
See how to make it at Washoku Guide
This recipe deserves a place on this list. This recipe combines coconut, almond flour and matcha powder to create a great sweet snack. It is finished off with Matcha salt. A must try recipe.
Find it at Keepin’ it Kind