6 REAL Matcha Recipes You Must Try At Home

There is so matcha you can do with this green powder!

The mildly sweet, slimly caffeinated matcha green tea is rapidly becoming a staple at cafes everywhere. It’s because it is fun to drink.

But, do you know matcha is, in fact, super fun to cook with as well since its powder form enables it to blend itself seamlessly into all your favorite smoothies, baked goods, and savory dishes. Its almost magical versatility puts the icing on everything from homemade pasta to fresh hummus, to salad dressings.

Therefore, if you only know your matcha from your Starbucks latte, then you need the following recipes.

But, before diving into the all-round goodness of matcha, a word of advice is to purchase the culinary grade if you only intend to cook with it and save the premium ceremonial-grade for hot beverages only.

Alternatively, buy both the matcha-grades and treat yourself a double dose of energized awesomeness.



Time Consumed = 5 minutes

Yield = 1 serving



You love your matcha latte hot because it is;

  • Comforting
  • Less caffeinated than coffee
  • Loaded with powerful antioxidants

Simple to make at home

The combined positivity of a well-blended matcha latte makes it a fantastic morning drink.

We have added grass-fed gelatin with coconut oil to the regular ingredients to add more energy as well as healthy fats to this steaming beverage.


Hot water = 1 cup

Matcha powder = 1 teaspoon

Coconut oil = 2 teaspoons

Grass-fed gelatin = 1 tablespoon

Coconut/almond milk = 2 tablespoons

Vanilla extract = 1/2 teaspoon

Making Matcha Latte

Put all the ingredients in a blender and let all the components blend until you can see a smooth, frothy mixture. It’s recommended to have your matcha latte warm.


Time Consumed = 5 minutes

Yield = 1 serving



A busy on-the-go professional, or a supermom managing many tasks at once cannot resist an early morning matcha moringa latte to power their bodies with proteins and antioxidants that are fueled by moringa powders and chlorella. Also, adding hemp milk makes your latte creamier while dates add more sweetness.

Lastly, if you prefer your caffeinated beverages iced, try this matcha latte.


Sugarless hemp milk = 1 cup

Pitted dates = 2

Matcha powder = 1 & 1/4 teaspoons

Moringa powder = 1 teaspoon

Chlorella powder = 1/2 teaspoon

Vanilla extract = 1/2 teaspoon

Making Matcha Moringa Latte

Put all the ingredients in a blender, and let them mix and blend at a high speed until it becomes a finely thick and foamy liquid.


Time Consumed = 40 minutes

Yield = 18 Macaroons



An old-school coconut macaroon is crusty on the outside and crunchy in the middle, besides being naturally gluten-free. The addition of matcha powder in the classic coconut macaroon batter optimizes the exquisite sweetness of the cookies, besides giving them a splendid shade of airy green.


Matcha powder = 1 tsp.

Sugared shredded coconut = 14 oz.

Sugary condensed milk = 3/4 cups

Vanilla extract = 1 tsp.

Egg whites = 2

Kosher salt = 1/2 tsp.

Making Matcha Coconut Macaroons

Move 1    

Preheat the oven to 180°C. Line a parchment paper baking sheet and put aside.

In a big bowl, mix matcha powder and coconut. After that add vanilla extract and sugared condensed milk, and stir all of it till it blends.

Move 2    

In another bowl, club together salt and the egg whites until thickened peaks appear. Now, combine the coconut mixture with the egg whites to form 2-inch piles onto the parchment paper baking sheets at a distance of 1 inch each. Now, bake for around 20 minutes, or until the top surface starts turning brown.


Yield = 1 Serving




Almonds = 1/4 cup

Matcha powder = 1 tsp.

Fresh grated ginger = 1/2 tsp.

Water = 2 cup

Pineapple (frozen) = 1/2 cup

Medjool date = 1

Banana = 1/2


Making Almond Milk Matcha Smoothie 

Take a bowl and soak the medjool date and almonds in it with a cup of water, and let it rest overnight. The next morning drain the water and add date and almonds in your blender as well as pineapple, banana, ginger, and matcha powder alongside a fresh cup of water.

Keep your blender running until a smooth texture appears.


Time Consumed = 60 minutes

Yield = 24 cookies




All-purpose flour = 2 cups

Matcha powder = 2 tbsp + 1 tsp.

Baking powder = 2 tsp.

Ground cardamom = 1/8 tsp.

Granulated sugar = 3/4 cup

Kosher salt = 1/2 tsp.

Canola oil = 2/3 cup

Vanilla extract = 1/2 tsp.

Almond extract = 1/4 tsp.

Eggs = 2

Confectioners’ sugar = 1/4 cup

Making Matcha Tea Cake Cookies

Move 1    

In a bowl, whip the baking powder, flour, cardamom, and salt. Now take another bowl to whisk the oil, eggs, granulated sugar, almond, and vanilla extracts.

Your third bowl will stir 2 tbsp of matcha tea powder with 2 tbsp of water until a smooth, wet texture forms. Blend these wet ingredients with the flour mixture until they become one.

Move 2    

You can use an ice cream scoop to make 1-inch dough balls. Make sure to place them 2-inches apart on parchment paper baking sheets. Put the sheets in the refrigerator for about 20 minutes.

Move 3

Preheat your oven to 177°C to bake matcha tea cake cookies for 10 minutes until the bottoms are marginally brown. Allow the cookies to cool down for at least 10 minutes before transferring them to a rack for a complete cooldown.

Move 4

Line up the cookies on one baking sheet, and mix the confectioners’ sugar with the 1 tsp. of matcha in a sieve.

Time to serve!


Time Consumed = 120 minutes

Yield = 4 servings



The herbal tones of matcha powder teams seamlessly with aromatic leeks on this scrumptiously juicy roast chicken recipe. Remember, matcha’s flavor blossoms when mixed with butter. Therefore, stuff the blend under your chicken’s skins for a crispy, delicious serving of four.


Whole chicken = 3 pound

Matcha powder = 1 tbsp

Room temperature butter (unsalted) = 6 tbsp

Leeks = 5 (4 1/4 pounds)

Smashed garlic = 6 cloves

Olive oil = 2 tbsp

Chopped flat-leaf parsley = 2 tsp.

Black pepper


Making Matcha Roast Chicken (with Leeks)

Move 1 

Preheat the oven to 246°C and mash butter in a bowl with a fork until it smoothens. Now stir 1 tsp. salt with matcha powder until an even blend forms.

Move 2 

Gently place your forefinger under the chicken’s skins to remove it from the thighs and breast. Now, stuff matcha butter scoops underneath the skin of the thighs and breasts and press it to spread it uniformly.

Rub the leftover matcha butter on the chicken’s outer surface, and sprinkle a generous amount of salt and pepper on it.

Move 3

Start peeling off the outer layers of your leeks until you have about 8” of light green and white parts of each one. After that, chop off the sturdy green parts to make a handful and remove the rest.

Now, cut the leeks into 1” thick round and wash them thoroughly to eliminate any contamination. Thereafter, put leeks with olive oil in a bowl, and splash it with salt and pepper.

Arrange the leeks on a baking sheet in a manner of forming a bed for the chicken, and fill up the inside of the chicken with chopped greens and garlic. Lastly, tie the chicken legs with kitchen twine and put it on the bed of leeks.

Move 4

It’s recommended to bake your chicken for about 20 minutes before reducing the oven temperature to 246°C to continue cooking until the skin becomes crisp and the chicken turns golden brown.

Move 5

Remove the chicken from the oven and let it rest for about 10 minutes. After that, cut the chicken into serving pieces. Now, place the pan juices and scraped leeks into a bowl and club together until uniformly coated. Move the leeks on a platter and place your crisp, golden-brown chicken atop the vegetables.

Lastly, sprinkle your chicken with parsley.


The mildly sweet and slightly caffeinated matcha green tea is quickly becoming a staple at cafes everywhere. It’s because it is fun to drink as well as to cook with since its powder form allows it to blend itself effortlessly into all your favorite smoothies, baked goods, and savory dishes.

Its all-round versatility puts the icing on everything from homemade pasta to fresh hummus and salad dressings. However, it’s permissible to buy culinary grade if you only want to cook with it and save the premium ceremonial-grade for hot beverages only.

You can:

  • Make matcha latte that’s less caffeinated than coffee and is loaded with powerful antioxidants.
  • Make an early morning matcha moringa latte to power your body with antioxidants and proteins
  • Treat yourself with matcha coconut macaroons to add an herbal, grassy undertone to your classic macaroons.
  • Appease your senses with almond milk matcha smoothie
  • Increase your evening coffee value by having matcha tea cake cookies with it.
  • Satiate your hunger pangs with a delicious matcha roast chicken

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