5 ways to use matcha in food

A Matcha Made in Heaven: 5 Ways to Use Matcha in Food

Are you looking for ways to use matcha in food?

I have a treat for you matcha lovers out there! 

If you’re like me, you can’t get enough of that vibrant green powder. 

Not only is it packed with antioxidants and gives you a little boost of caffeine, 

but it also adds a delicious and unique flavor to any dish. 

So, let me spill the tea and give you 5 ways to use matcha in food that will have you green with envy if you’re not already using them!

       

5 Ways to Use Matcha in Food

Matcha Pancakes With Kuromitsu And Vanilla Bean Cream

Matcha pancakes with kuromitsu and vanilla bean cream | all day i eat

Let me just start by saying that these matcha pancakes with kuromitsu and vanilla bean cream are the ultimate breakfast indulgence. 

It’s like the perfect marriage between fluffy pancakes and matcha heaven. 

Trust me, one bite of these and you’ll be transported to a magical land where all your breakfast dreams come true.

So, what makes these pancakes so special? 

Well, for starters, we’re using matcha powder to give them that gorgeous green hue and earthy flavor. 

Not only does it taste amazing, but it also adds a healthy dose of antioxidants to your morning meal (because who doesn’t love a little extra health boost?).

       

Matcha Purin (Japanese Style Custard Pudding With Matcha Tea)

Matcha Purin ((Japanese style custard pudding with matcha tea)

Get ready for some serious dessert decadence with this Matcha Purin.

This creamy, silky-smooth custard is infused with the magical powers of matcha

It’s like your regular pudding got a fancy makeover and is now sipping champagne in a limo.

The best part? 

It’s so easy to make that you’ll feel like a dessert master chef in no time. 

All you need is a few simple ingredients, including matcha powder, milk, sugar, and eggs. 

You’ll end up with the most gorgeous green custard that’s so delicious, you’ll be tempted to hide it from your loved ones and keep it all for yourself.

Ooops! Don’t be the greedy one.

Matcha Okara Cookies With White Chocolate Chips

Matcha okara cookies with white chocolate chips | all day i eat like a shark

Try out these delicious Matcha Okara Cookies with White Chocolate Chips

They are the perfect combination of sweet and savory. 

The matcha gives it a unique flavor, while the white chocolate chips add a touch of sweetness. 

Plus, they are made with okara, which is a nutritious by-product of soy milk production, making them healthy and delicious! 

So, why not give them a try? Who knows, you might just find your new favorite snack.

Matcha Biscotti (With White Chocolate And Slivered Almonds)

Matcha biscotti | all day i eat like a shark

If you’re looking for a unique and delicious snack, then look no further than these matcha biscotti

These not-so-sweet treats are made with matcha powder, white chocolate, and slivered almonds. 

The matcha powder adds a mild earthy flavor to the biscotti, and the white chocolate and slivered almonds give them a delightful crunch. 

They are perfect for dipping into your favorite hot beverage, or for snacking on when you need a pick-me-up! 

Plus, since biscotti are naturally low in fat, you can enjoy them guilt-free! 

So go ahead, indulge in a matcha biscotti, and experience the deliciousness for yourself!

 

Konnichiwa! (Hello!) I'm Pat Tokuyama, a Japanese tofu cookbook author, who travels for music, food, and adventure. If you like Japanese tea, checkout some of the newestorganic japanese teas now in stock!!

** Curious about the Plant Based Japanese Cooking Club? ** Learn more here!

 

Japanese Style Matcha Cupcakes (With Almond Buttercream Frosting)

Japanese Style Matcha Cupcakes | all day i eat like a shark

Craving a unique and delightful sweet treat?

These Japanese Style Matcha Cupcakes are the answer to your cravings! 

Featuring a fluffy sponge infused with matcha and a velvety almond buttercream frosting,

 you’ll surely impress your pals with this unique and scrumptious dessert. 

Don’t fret about needing ninja skills to make these cupcakes, because they’re actually super easy to whip up. 

So go ahead and satisfy your sweet tooth with these Japanese-style delights.

Conclusion

What are you waiting for? 

Go and have fun cooking up a storm with this vibrant green powder. 

Just remember to use it wisely, because with great matcha power comes great matcha responsibility!

Let me know what you think about these 5 amazing ways to use matcha in food.

Comment which you’d try first, Matcha Biscotti or Matcha Pancakes?

 

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Konnichiwa! (Hello!) I'm Pat Tokuyama, a Japanese tofu cookbook author, who travels for music, food, and adventure. If you like Japanese tea, checkout some of the newestorganic japanese teas now in stock!!

** Curious about the Plant Based Japanese Cooking Club? ** Learn more here!

 

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