Packed full of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, it is easy to see how Matcha tea powder has become a popular addition to modern-day diets. However, you may not realise just how versatile Matcha green tea is. Not only can it be used to make a wide variety of beverages, you can also use this super powder in food recipes to give yourself an extra delicious boost.
Power Protein Matcha Flapjack
Who doesn’t love a good flapjack? By combining Matcha powder with other nutritious ingredients such as oats, dried fruits, nuts and seeds, you will end up with a deliciously different flapjack that is easy to tweak to suit your tastes.
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Matcha Dark Chocolate Truffles
A truly indulgent chocolate fix, these Matcha truffles have a smooth texture, rich taste and a high antioxidant content. The Matcha powder is combined with dark chocolate, coconut cream, coconut sugar and agave syrup and can be ready to enjoy within two hours.
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Japanese Matcha Shortbread Biscuits
A surprising mix of the naturally powerful Matcha powder and delicious shortbread, this recipe is perfect for both the health-conscious and biscuit-lovers. A mixture of coconut and rice flour, almond flour and coconut oil are just some of the ingredients that are combined with the Matcha to create a unique shortbread that will surely go down a treat.
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Dark Chocolate Avocado Matcha Energy Mousse
A chocolate mousse packed full of natural goodness? Yes, it’s a real thing. This recipe gives you a wallop of antioxidants from both the Matcha and chocolate, with a dose of healthy fat coming from the use of avocados and peanut butter. Not only that, but you will also get potassium and fibre by adding in a ripe banana.
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Matcha Protein Power Bars
Protein bars are a fantastic way to give your body a much-needed boost when eaten in conjunction with exercise, especially when one of the ingredients is Matcha powder. A great, easy recipe that combines the Matcha powder with almonds, raisins, dates, prunes and a small amount of organic chocolate to make a protein bar that will keep your energy levels up through even the toughest cardio sessions.
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What better way to enjoy a cup of Matcha tea than with a few delicious matcha macarons? The Matcha powder is combined with almond flour, sugar and egg whites to make a light, crispy shell, whilst the creamy filling is made using cream cheese, icing sugar and milk. Overall, a light sweet treat that is a perfect addition to any low-carbohydrate diet.
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Protein-Rich Matcha Pancakes
Whether you like to enjoy pancakes on the weekend, Shrove Tuesday or as a breakfast treat, this recipe will make sure you get a hit of goodness whilst being satisfied. Not only this, but these pancakes are packed full of protein and are gluten and dairy free, making them suitable for a wide range of dietary requirements. Use the base recipe for the pancakes which includes ground almonds, gluten free powder, almond milk and, of course, Matcha powder, then the topping is completely up to you!
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Organic Matcha Tea Granola Recipe
Ideal for those who need a little help getting started in the morning, this Matcha tea granola recipe contains one of your five-a-day. Designed to be prepared in bulk, the best thing about this recipe is that is easy to customise and can be adapted to suit any taste, preference or dietary requirement. Our organic Matcha tea granola is already gluten-free and suitable for vegetarians, and can be made vegan simply by swapping one single ingredient for another.
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