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1 cup (90g) quick-cooking oats (gluten-free, if needed) Pinch of salt, plus more to taste 1 cup (250ml) almond milk (homemade is best!) 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 teaspoon high-quality matcha powder 1 tablespoon maple syrup 1 medium banan. 4 Ways to Cook With Matcha That Are Seriously Delicious Matcha Pancakes. Delicious on a weekend morning, these pancakes puff up really well and are a great way to enjoy quinoa Summer Rolls With Matcha Dipping Sauce. Summer rolls, kind of. 4 Ways to Cook With Matcha That Are Seriously Delicious.

Matcha Pancakes. Delicious on a weekend morning, these pancakes puff up really well and are a great way to enjoy quinoa flour, which unlike most Summer Rolls With Matcha Dipping Sauce. Matcha Pickles.

Frozen Yogurt Pops. 4 Ways to Cook With Matcha That Are Seriously Delicious Matcha Pancakes. Delicious on a weekend morning, these pancakes puff up really well and are a great way to enjoy quinoa Summer Rolls With Matcha Dipping Sauce.

Summer rolls, kind of an uncooked version of spring rolls, are a traditional. Matcha is fun to drink, but it’s even more fun to cook with.The subtly sweet, slightly caffeinated green tea is a favorite of Instagrammers everywhere, and since it’s often sold in powder form, it. 12 Easy & Delicious Matcha Recipes That You Can Make Daily.

Whether you’re new to Matcha and need some easy ways to fit it into your busy routine Or you’re already a Matcha lover but haven’t ventured beyond the Matcha lattes you’ll find these top recipes so quick, easy and versatile to. Also, working with Matcha green tea powder takes less time and easy efforts compared to cooperating with other tea dishes. So, if you’re ready, then let’s get started with the top 5 tasty Matcha tea recipes. Matcha Smoothie: Ingredients: 1 cup of Almond Milk 2 frozen bananas Matcha powder according to your likings A tiny scrap of Vanilla bean.

8. Hot Steamy Matcha Latte. Get a delicious matcha latte recipe HERE=>> Technically, matcha is sold to be used as a hot drink. But the whole point here is to create something more yummy than tea. Try adding a teaspoon of matcha to about an inch of hot water in a mug. Then top with about one cup of hot milk. Starbucks has nothing on this latte!

9. Use matcha instead of salt, pepper, or other spices to season vegetables with an herbaceous hint, Lakatos says. Or stir it into vegetable or chicken stock (use about 1/4 teaspoon matcha for every cup water or broth) and freeze in an ice cube tray so you can toss a cube into whatever you’re cooking.

Add the frozen bananas, almond milk, matcha powder, and agave to a food processor or blender. Blend until smooth and thick. Transfer to a loaf pan and freeze for at least 2 hours.

Serve topped with matcha.

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Combine the flour, baking powder, salt and matcha powder in a medium bowl.

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  • I would also suggest a butterfly pea flower tea Matcha or Mermaid Matcha. It’s delicious and beautiful. I also love to take 3/4 of a cup of frozen mango, blend it with a little bit of water and add it to my iced Matcha. It’s so tasty!:-)

  • This is so new to me!!!! I can’t wait to try it.
    Thank you so much for sharing this great video.
    Question: Which Vitamix Blender do you use?

  • I am a big coffee drinker sometimes(most) i have 3 cups of coffee(medium roast black or a little bit of almond milk��) i need help lowering my coffee in take but i still want the caffeine i dont like green tea not even sweetened but iv always had an interest in matcha never had it but i what does it taste like?

  • Yeah, that’s a great concept. I have a cupboard and fridge full of ingredients I bought for one recipe that I never made again (or one dish I was obsessed with and made over and over until I was sick of it). My stash of unused ingredients includes stuff like hemp hearts, flaxseeds, tahini, pumpkin seeds, coconut manna, and various gluten-free flours (brown rice, chick pea).

  • Yes, I really enjoyed this format. Especially because I was JUST talking to my mother a couple of days ago that I wanted to try matcha but had no clue how to use it. In my opinion, though, it doesn’t even have to be expensive or rare ingredients I’d be just as happy with “three ways to use almonds/apples/oatmeal/etc”… I just like solid ideas in general!

  • Me after sahoor: another fasting day! okey time to watch youtube videos, hopefully there’s nothing tasty there

    Youtube: recommend this video

  • Ooh I can’t wait to start my first week of matcha! Question. I clicked on the link for Ippodo brand matcha you use but was just wondering which specific matcha do you use or recommend? Since they have a few different kinds.

  • Sorry I’m so late to this video but a good place to find organic matcha for cheap (in America) is Home Goods! Seriously! My local co-op had non organic for like $16 and Home Goods has several different brands of organic for like $5-8. They also sell organic coconut flour, lots of vegan and gluten free snacks, etc etc, many of which is organic! ��

  • I WAS JUST THINKING I NEED TO FIND A VIDEO ON DIFFERENT WAYS TO MAKE MATCHA SO THAT I CAN FIND MY FAVOURITE AN BAM YOUTUBE SUGGESTS ME YOUR VIDEO!

    I DIDN’T EVEN WRITE IT DOWN, I JUST THOUGHT ABOUT IT!!!!

  • Dear, can you give me the “Quantity” of EACH ingredient in your MATCHA PROTEIN BALLS please? Thank you in advance.
    Keep up with the good job:).
    Regards

  • ahhh this is the first vid of yours im watching, and im already in love! im a big matcha fan, so im definitely gonna try these out. ALSO oh MAN the aesthetics in this video are AMAZING <3 subscribing & now looking for videos that spill all the details of where you buy everything teehee

  • this recipe is not good at all… that batter was no where near ready, and you have to rest for 40 minutes before you can get the crust on it

  • matcha every day! �� i have to try your salted maple recipe and i finally need a fucking blender to make the shaved ice bc FUCK YES! and let us talk about those big ass ice cubes! i’m your new follower now btw. ��

  • I’ve been having an iced matcha latte nearly everyday during quarantine (I’ve gone through a lot of tins of powder ��). Oatly oat milk is my favorite milk for these. Btw where are your cute ceramic mugs and bowls from? I love them so much!!

  • What do you think of the NUTRI BULLET blender? I make matcha tea with 1/2 tsp and boiling water, and prefer it to Clipper Green Tea now. Love your videos, but can’t find one on nut roasts.

  • You can tell how much time and effort you put into your videos! They are all so aesthetically pleasing! Your channel truly deserves to continue growing! xoxo

  • I am just a little confused here. You guys used a premium matcha for most of the cooking recipes but when it came to the matcha latte, you used a low quality one. Why?

  • For those people in the comments asking what Matcha is, it’s stone ground green tea leaves (not an extract or freeze-dried tea etc…)

  • A tip for other people: i made the recipe 3 times, and it only worked when i put twice the amount of almond flour, let in the oven for 25min and first mixed all the dry ingredients together, not putting one by one into the egg mixture (or else the merengue started to melt cause of the pure sugar). Still, it may be due to the ingredients I’m using or something else, but I hope this comment helps someone having the same issues

  • Yes thats a great idea. Its very resourceful! Honestly I have matcha in my cupboard and only used it for lattes. Thank you so much for this great video!

  • omg! i love your videos so much and im just back here to get these recipes and i remember asking for a food processor for Christmas because of your recipes inspiring me and i got one and i came back here and i see we have the same one. love it:D cant wait to try the matcha balls.

  • Hi Alyssa:) I really liked this video and I think I’m gonna try the matcha protein balls! I think that you should do other videos like this!:)

  • I don’t know why it won’t let me watch some of the videos. It says this video is private. I really wanted to see the candy kids love video

  • Goodful, very nice videos overall, but you really put wayyy too much sugar all the time. It’s sweet enough with max 1/4 of what you put!

  • thanks for all this new ways to enjoy matcha as im running out of ways to have them apart from the matcha+milk bit. very excited to try all these! btw, where is your pink bowl from and i like the other one that has a spout on it!

  • I really like this idea. My cupboard is full of things like maca, matcha, lupine powder, protein powders and I do not know how to incorporate them in foods. I would love new ideas

  • I feel so sorry for anyone trying to reproduce those. Most of them are fake or hidden failures, especially the ice cream ones. That’s not how ice cream works, they’ve just thrown out the batch they showed or use like, real equipment between the cuts. Plus important techniques aren’t showed

  • Hi, Thanks for the video.  Can you tell me a few good protein powders the one you listed got very bad reviews due to new ingredients.

  • Love the spotlight series, really helps to get rid of these ingredients I buy and can’t think of ways to use it. Right now I have garbanzo flour, cocoa powder, tapioca flour, goji berries, just to name a few of items all about to expire! ��

  • i also recommend adding a little bit of fresh ginger or powdered ginger to matcha! it tastes very good and just as good for your health ����

  • What does matcha taste like? It’s not addictive like caffeine is it? I don’t drink coffee, never haveI’m not looking for a caffeine kick, I just want health benefits!

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  • my favorite was the salted maple one! definitely going to try it out��
    ngl im more of a coffee drinker but your video makes matcha look so good for summer!

  • I love your channel! I already made the maca/spirulina energy balls. Now I made the matcha balls! They are so delicious!
    Please show us more recipes of those energy balls! Maybe some with rhodiola rosea in it, if thats possible?

  • Can someone tell me what matcha tastes like? Is it sweet, earthy or?? Ive seen matcha lattes and other recipes but Im wondering what to expect.

  • Y have my matcha in lattes and sometimes the mixture of vegan cakes and muffins. It dosent add flavour, but it gives the green colour

  • These all look so yummy, the ingredients are so hard to find in a small town in England, I checked on Amazon I can get it but will need to save up and I’m worried it’s expensive what if I don’t like it? I bought Cacau powder a few months ago but I’m not too sure what to do with it, can you do something like this for that please?

  • I just found your channel today as I was looking for recipes using these ingredients. please keep going with your videos they’re terrific and you’re so easy to watch. Thanks

  • love the format… your videos are always perfect. I would suggest though not limiting to premium or hard to find ingredients… maybe even more common things like a particular veggie… how to buy prepare and use type of thing. one thing I’m always curious about is Kimchi

  • Tip: use lemon juice to clean your tools before you whip the whites, they don’t make much so if you want more, make double the mixture, MAKE SURE YOU TAP EVENLY otherwise your macaroons will spill over and collapse.

  • You make matcha look so good… I tried making you Matcha Latte a while back, I even bought the MCT oil… It tasted WAY TOO earthy, any tips??

  • Great video! I love the idea of giving ways to use a premium ingredient in different ways! Sometimes I buy something and only use it once:/ Love your channel.

  • That’s a great great idea! as you said, it’s good to have more than one recipe for the same ingredient that might not be easy to find popular recipes for.

  • hi there’s a lot of matcha varieties in the link you posted in the description box whats the name of the matcha you’re using? love from the philippines ����

  • Great video beautiful!! Thank you so much for making this video! I have a big bag of it from Whole Foods and don’t have the slightest idea what to do with it haha! ������

  • Thanks for this! I bought some matcha powder awhile ago and I’m not crazy about just drinking it as a tea. So I love recipes where I can use it.

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    2:10 matcha layered cheese cake
    3:29 matcha macarons
    4:42 summer debloating smoothie
    5:38 green tea matcha ice cream
    6:06 green tea matcha frozen yogurt
    6:56 matcha blended drink
    7:30 vanilla matcha caffeinated smoothie
    7:53 coconut matcha pana cotta

  • I’ve been searching for a good matcha recipe video and yours is exactly what i needed to see! I’m really new to matcha and i needed some exciting recipes for it. ❤️❤️ Thank you for making this video and also your videos are visually pleasing ������ Keep it up girl!

  • Oh No! I accidentally bought culinary grade matcha, and it tastes gross in a latte. I will use it for oatmeal. Is there any way I can make a yummy latte out of it, or do I have to go find ceremonial grade?

  • i love these recipes, thank you! i’ve had an unopened matcha for a year now. My only suggestion for this video is to show the recipes before everything else3minutes of talking at the beginning is too much for a recipe video (maybe just me i have a short attn span). Or show the ingredients as you talk. Just a suggestion though, i loved the recipes!

  • can u pleaseeeee tell me were to go and how can I get that exact tiny strainer you used to clear out the lumps of the matcha powder. I am waiting on your answer so I can go purchase it. ����

  • Great ideas! <3 Never used Matcha before! And this series sounds so cool! I would love to generally know about some great green superfoods to put into our smoothies which give us loads of vitamins and minerals. I am using Spirulina at the moment...but I kinda want to change that as the taste just sort of sneaks up all the time..:)

  • Every time I see someone WHISK matcha with HOT water and a STAINLESS STEEL whisk I die
    and
    die a little more when I see oxidized matcha

  • I love the idea of using a star ingredient and providing three or so recipes with it! Definitely do these types of videos more please!

  • I’m sorry did you just microwave a popsicle with the stick on Did you also not realize that matcha gives a natural green coulomb if you put enough! Also red bean and matcha taste better as a savory dish

  • my school had the BEST iced matcha lattes and i’m so sad i can’t have them anymore (bc of all the covid stuff and having to leave) i’m trying to recreate it but the matcha i got is sooooo low grade it’s literally brown and tastes awful i’m sad lol

  • Loved this video!! I will try these matcha recipes�� A series of videos like this one would be great!! Looking forward to it❤️ Love youuu����

  • How about things like lucuma, mesquite, or maqui powders? It would be nice to use them in some other way besides just throwing them in a smoothie.

  • could you give some information on Maca powder? I received it as a gift, my sister bought me maca powder instead of matcha powder and i have no clue how to use it. thank you! great video!

  • Finally I found the perfect recipe for me, it has feet and no crack, but little bit stiky bottom, maybe need longer to bake? btw thankyou ��

  • I also love the brand of culinary matcha I use in my matcha latte. I actually like it more than the expensive stuff I have��
    I like this type of video! You could maybe call the series ‘superfood staples’! I’d love to see coconut/almond/any defatted flour or rice/quinoa flakes ��

  • Why they call it Matcha INSTEAD OF GREEN TEA? I know there’s a difference, but do we always use it? I love grean tea, but hardly ever eat Japanese tea! I think Tasty likes Japan.(and radioactivity ������)

  • I hate cream cheese so much that I was about to like this video because I love matcha and macarons together but didn’t do so because of the cream cheese filling