Matcha Mille Crepe Cake is made of thin layers of green tea crepes stacked together with fresh whipped cream in-between. This elegant and decadent cake will wow your guests when they see the rich green layers! In Japan, matcha is not only used in wagashi (Japanese confectionery), but also in many western pastries. Mille crepe cake is…
Passionate about matcha green tea? From best matcha latte to matcha cookies, here are some of our favorite matcha recipes you can enjoy everyday and on special occasions. Set as a trendy flavor at the forefront of the culinary scene, Matcha 抹茶 (or green tea powder) has taken the world by storm in the recent…
The Matcha White Chocolate Bark I made this recipe while wondering what would be most visually stunning, and seasonal, to include in my December shoot of for Monbento – a bento apparel brand who I create regular content for. For this shoot I needed something to go in their ‘matcha’ coloured bento box (pale green). Well of course,…
100g dates(or any kind of sweetener)
2 tsp matcha powder
10g jelly fig seed
1 tsp vanilla extract(optional)
*you could use any kind of milk(store bought one) instead of making homemade almond milk. use 600g milk if you do that.
1. soak raw almonds overnight
2. drain and rince the almonds and blend with dates and water
3. strain with mesh bag
4. blend the almond milk with matcha and jelly fig seed
5. massage the seeds until the mixture thickens
6. leave for 30 minutes.
Syrup: 140g water, 90g sugar, 5g green tea powder (melt the butter in microwave and leave to cool)
cake: 3 eggs, 120g sugar, 100g cake flour, 5g green tea powder
30g butter, 30g milk, vanilla extract
cream: 200g cream cheese, 100g creme fraiche(whipping cream or double cream)
70g sugar, green tea powder+water 1tsp
1. Take enough time to cool the butter+milk after putting it in the microwave for 40 seconds.
2. Also with the green tea syrup, you need to melt the syrup all the way in the microwave.
3. You can adjust the amount of cream cheese and sugar for the green tea cream.
Animal fresh cream tastes much better!