Best Delectable Matcha Tea Recipes That You'll Drool Over

Seeing green all around? It’s not just you. organic Japanese matcha green tea powder has taken the world by storm. 

Head to Instagram or Pinterest and you’re guaranteed to see an array of emerald-hued matcha dishes. The best part is that this trendy powder is packed with tons of health benefits. So, you can understand why everybody’s going gaga over “being green with matcha”.

Now let’s head over to discuss some amazing ways to get the earthy matcha tea into your diet.

Delicious Ways For Consuming Matcha 

Before you start jotting the recipes, take note of this:

All matcha tea falls into one of two categories – food-grade and ceremony-grade. The food grade is mainly intended for cooking and baking. While the latter is considered the high-grade matcha tea for drinking

That said, there’s no reason you can’t use the ceremony-grade matcha in recipes, too. It has a slightly less bitter flavor than the powder typically used in cooking. 

Now get ready to get your green on!

Matcha Tea Recipes You’ll Love

“Matcha Powder Crepes With Chocolate Ganache”

Instagram these vibrantly-hued crepes and your followers will go green with envy. These crepes are packed with fiber (thanks to the whole-grain flour). Also, you get a hefty dose of antioxidants from the matcha powder in this recipe.

These delicious crepes work perfectly at breakfast. Serve them with some fresh milk and whipped coconut cream. 

Or relish them as dessert. Complement it with coconut milk ganache and simple dark chocolate.


Part 1: Matcha Tea Crepes

Part 2: Chocolate Ganache


  • Wholemeal bucket flour (1 cup)
  • Unsweetened almond milk (1 cup)
  • Warm water (1/2 cup) 
  • Eggs at room temperature (4 eggs). If vegan, use flax eggs (4)
  • Coconut sugar (1/4 cup)
  • Melted coconut water or melted unsalted butter (4 tablespoons)
  • Matcha powder (2 tablespoons)
  • A pinch of salt


  • Full fat coconut milk (2 cups)
  • Dark chocolate (1 cup)



1. Take the buckwheat flour, matcha powder, coconut sugar, and salt into a large bowl.

2. Blend the eggs, almond milk, water, and oil in a bowl of a stand mixer or blender.

3. Add half of the flour mixture. Once done, add the rest of the flour mixture.

4. Melt some coconut oil over medium-low heat.

5. Take 3 tablespoons of the crepe batter into the skitter. Tilt and rotate the pan to form a large, circular, and even crepe.

6. Continue cooking until the bottom of the crepe gets golden brown. Lift the bottom of the crepe gently to check. Flip to cook the other side for another 30 seconds to a minute.

7. Take it out off the heat and set it aside. Repeat the above steps to make the rest of the crepes.


1. Heat the coconut milk on the top of a double boiler over medium heat.

2. Add chocolate and whisk it once the coconut milk begins to warm.

3. Drizzle the crepes with the chocolate ganache.


“Coconut Matcha Latte”

Take one sip of this creamy, earthy matcha tea beverage. You bet you’ll want to bid adieu to espresso-based lattes forever. The naturally sweet coconut milk blends perfectly well with the green powder. 

This is an easy, only 4-ingredients matcha latte recipe. It’s cozy and filled with relaxing antioxidants – perfect for summer days.



  • Matcha powder (1 teaspoon)
  • Hot water (1/4 cup)
  • Warmed coconut milk (1/4 cup)
  • Honey, maple syrup, or any sweetener of your liking


1. Make the matcha powder lump-free.

2. Place the matcha in a large mug. Add the hot water and whisk briskly (up and down motion). Continue doing this until the mixture becomes frothy. 

3. Add the coconut milk and whisk until it is well combined.

4. Taste and add additional milk, water, and sweetener of your choice.


“Matcha Mochi Yogurt Pops”

Matcha tea and mochi are a match made in heaven. In this healthy treat, tart yogurt balances the grassy matcha flavor. While bits of chewy, sweet mochi adds a yummy texture to each pop.



Plain yogurt (2 cups)

Honey (2 tablespoons)

Matcha powder (2 teaspoons)

A pinch of Kosher salt 

Vanilla extract (1/4 cup)

Almond extract (1/4 cup)

Mochi bits (1 cup)


1. Whisk together the ingredients (except for mochi)

2. Taste and add more honey 

3. Fold in the mochi

4. Spoon it into popsicle molds and insert it into the popsicle sticks.

5. Freeze it for 4-5 hours.

“Dark Chocolate Matcha Date Bars”

Rich cocoa powder and sweet dates blend nicely in this earthy matcha tea topping. The caramel-like taste of dates is a welcome change from the more acute sweetness of white sugar. Wrap one of the bars in parchment paper and tuck it away for a healthy evening snack.



  • Pitted dates (2/3 cups)
  • Cocoa Powder (1/3 cup)
  • Almonds (2/3 cups)
  • Matcha powder (2 tablespoons)
  • Coconut butter (2 tablespoons)
  • Maple syrup (2 tablespoons)



1. Chop or pulse the whole almonds until they’re just little bits and pieces.

2. Combine all the ingredients in a food processor and blend them. Continue this for about 2 minutes.

3. Dump the contents of the food processor in a piece of parchment paper and form into a lump.

4. Make the rectangle into the dough about 1 inch thick.

5. Wrap it in parchment paper and chill in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours.

6. Cut it into desired bar sizes or use a cookie cutter for fun shapes. Lightly dust it with a bit more matcha tea powder.


Go For Quality Matcha To Make This Recipes

Take the best advantage of the health benefits of matcha tea from Aki Matcha. Our japanese matcha green tea powder is prepared meticulously to preserve its hue and complex flavor. It has a more delicate flavor which makes it a perfect addition to tons of recipes.

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