Matcha Waffles

Why have plain waffles when you can have matcha waffles? Light and crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, you’d be surprised how easy this green tea waffle recipe is to make.

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These waffles looks delicious, right? Yup, they are! This Matcha (Green Tea) Waffles recipe is not only easy to make, but is also pretty to look at.

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Here’s What I Used to Make This Recipe:

  • Matcha
    I love this matcha for lattes and recipes. Great color and quality for the price.
  • All purpose flour, sugar, baking powder, milk, vegetable oil, salt, milk, egg
  • Mixing bowls and whisk
    To mix the dry and wet ingredients.
  • Ladle
    Preferably one with a little spout for easy pouring, to scoop the waffle mix to the waffle maker.
  • Waffle maker
    Obviously essential!
  • Maple syrup and salted culture butter

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A trick to getting the matcha green to show through is not to completely fill the waffle maker with the mix.

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Ladle on the mix from the center so it’ll spread out, but not touching the outer edges.

Make the entire batch (or two) over the weekend and freeze the waffles for a quick breakfast during the week. All you have to do is pop them in the toaster oven and they’ll warm up beautifully. If you’re lazy like me, you’ll love it.

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Matcha Green Tea Waffles Recipe Tips

  • The main tip is not to fill the entire waffle maker with the waffle mix so that the green will show through. Just ladle enough to fill in the middle.
  • Store the waffles in the freezer if you’ve made too many. Take them out and just pop them in the toaster oven for a quick breakfast — these are WAY better than your store-bought frozen waffles.
  • Whole milk works best for this recipe.
  • Add a little ice cream and you’ve got dessert!

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Yield: Makes 6-8 waffles

Matcha Waffles

Light and crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, these matcha waffles are delicious and easy to make.

Ingredients

DRY INGREDIENTS

WET INGREDIENTS

  • 1 cup whole milk
  • 1/4 cup vegetable oil
  • 1/2 tablespoon vanilla
  • 1 egg

Instructions

In a bowl, sift and mix dry ingredients. In another bowl, mix wet ingredients and add to dry mix.

Ladle waffle mix onto a waffle maker. (We didn't fill the waffle maker to the outer edges since we wanted the pretty matcha green to show.)

Cook until golden brown. and we cooked 2.5 minutes on one side, then flipped for another 2.5 minutes for a total cooking time of 5 minutes.

(We used Cooks Electric Ceramic Waffle Maker c/o.)

Serve hot and toasty with maple syrup and salted cultured butter. 

Notes

Recipe by Queenie Fok for Oh, How Civilized

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8 Comments

  • 3 years ago

    I’ve been lurking on your blog for months, but I had to break silence. It’s so nice to see new posts, and this and the previous #TeaAtThree post are beautiful. Thank you for the continued tea goodness!

    • Jee
      3 years ago

      Hi Anne, thanks so much for your lovely words! Now that the blog has been redesigned, I’m hoping to get back to posting more often.

  • Debbie Warren
    3 years ago

    Love the design of your blog and your writing style! Can’t wait to follow along!

    • Jee
      3 years ago

      Thanks, Debbie!

  • airayaya
    2 years ago

    Hi,

    I just tried this recipe, and currently munching it happily. So delicious! Thank you for a wonderful matcha waffle recipe 🙂

    • Jee
      2 years ago

      Hi Airayaya, so happy to hear you made it and liked it!

  • Rohan
    2 years ago

    Love this recipe. My GF is a matcha fiend and likes waffles so she’ll go cray for these. Great presentation with the exposed matcha green.

    • Jee
      2 years ago

      Hi Rohan, thanks!

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