From refreshing iced drinks to decadent desserts, you’ll love these delicious matcha green tea recipes!
All you need is matcha, water, and milk to make this pretty green tea beverage.
I like to add a touch of honey or sugar to make it sweet.
Take regular pancakes and make it way fluffier and vibrant green and you’ll get these gorgeous matcha pancakes.
Crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, eat them like a giant cookie if you wish. Syrup, optional.
This color-changing layered iced drink is made with the magic of butterfly pea flower and lemonade.
Watch the butterfly pea flower tea go from a bright blue to purple then top it all off with a layer of matcha.
Looking for a signature drink for a fancy event? This is it.
Would you believe this “ice cream” is made of frozen bananas?
Looks so much like ice cream but so much better for you, this Matcha Banana “Ice Cream” is made with just three ingredients and super easy to make.
It’s all about getting the ratio between ice cream to milk just right to get the perfect milkshake.
And I’ll be the first to say it — this matcha milkshake is perfection.
Thick, rich, and decadent, you’ll be hooked after the very first sip.
Make this recipe ahead of time and have a matcha latte ready in seconds.
The freezer does most of the work on this Matcha Latte Ice Cubes recipe. Combine ingredients and freeze.
When you’re ready for an ice cold matcha drink, plop some of these ice cubes in a glass and top with milk.
As the ice cubes melt, your plain ole’ milk will turn into an iced matcha latte.
I make this recipe all year round. It’s the perfect snack.
The secret ingredient to this Matcha Stovetop Popcorn is ghee or clarified butter.
I make mine in a dutch oven and it’s super easy to cut the recipe in half if you just want enough for one sitting.
Have this Matcha Sugar Toast for breakfast, as an afternoon treat, or as a late night snack. Basically, it’s good any time of day.
This is cinnamon toast but with a green tea twist.
It combines three of my favorite ingredients — matcha, sugar, and butter.
No need to add any sugar to this matcha drink. The watermelon is all the sweetener you need.
It’s refreshing and I love the color combination of dark pink and green.
Make this for your next BBQ — everyone will ooh and ahh.
When I make waffles, I never make just one batch. I make a few batches at a time, doubling or tripling the recipe since they store so well in the freezer.
Make a few of these Matcha Waffles and pop it into the toaster oven for a super quick breakfast.
You can thank me later.
Iced matcha latte not cold enough for you? I want to introduce you to…Matcha Latte Granita.
This recipe does require a little bit of an arm workout but it’s worth it.
By combining fizzy water and green tea syrup, a Matcha Soda is born.
The bubbly water of choice for this recipe is seltzer water since it has a clean taste and doesn’t have minerals like club soda or sparkling water.
It’s refreshing and healthy-ish.
The Matchamisu holds a special place in my heart since it was the very first recipe on this blog that went viral.
My baking guru, Queenie, created the recipe for the blog and coined the term Matchamisu.
It’s as delicious as it looks with layers of matcha cake and matcha cream.
It’s matcha heaven in every bite.
Did you know there’s thin matcha and thick matcha?
The thin matcha is what most people drink but the thick matcha is only for special ceremonies.
An affogato is a traditional Italian dessert made with ice cream ‘drowning’ in hot espresso.
Instead of espresso, I made my Matcha Affogato with thick matcha, which has the consistency of melted chocolate.
Matcha goes best with sweets so this combination is a great meeting of the two.
This ice cream bar is next level.
Take matcha ice cream and cover it in crunchy toasted almond and magic chocolate.
It’s so much fun to see the magic chocolate shell form instantly after dipping it into the ice cream bar.
Why have boring hot chocolate when you can have this Matcha Hot Chocolate?
It’s even better topped off with a mound of toasted marshmallows!
It’s thick from the white chocolate base and tastes delicious.
A non-alcoholic version of matcha beer, this Matcha Ginger Beer is made with just matcha and ginger beer.
It’s sweet with a nice ginger kick and completely refreshing.
These tiny cubes of matcha and white chocolate are hard to resist.
Follow step-by-step directions to make these Matcha Truffles at home for yourself or for someone special.