Most people either love matcha or they hate it. There are very few people without a strong opinion. If you fall into the former category, you will also love these recipes! Drinking matcha lattes is great and all, but adding it to your oatmeal, cookies, or ice cream is even better! It gives you a burst of energy and adds that delicious, earthy flavor to whatever you’re making. You are going to love these plant-based matcha recipes very matcha!
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1. Acai, Cacao & Moringa Matcha Vegan Breakfast Parfait
Source: Acai, Cacao & Moringa Matcha Vegan Breakfast Parfait
These recipes may look a bit more complicated than other recipes. But once you prepped all the layers, you can have this lovely vegan breakfast parfait whipped up within 5 minutes. More importantly, this recipe makes more than one parfait too! That means you can have an Acai, Cacao & Moringa Matcha Vegan Breakfast Parfait by Angie Li any time of the week as you wish!
2. Matcha Yuzu Cup
Source: Matcha Yuzu Cup
A simple, no-bake, healthy yet indulgent vegan dessert. The ultimate mash-up of two Asian flavors: matcha and yuzu. You will love George Lee‘s Matcha Yuzu Cup!
3. Matcha-Lime Overnight Oatmeal with Strawberries
Source: Matcha-Lime Overnight Oatmeal with Strawberries
Matcha tastes delicious in overnight recipes! There’s something about it sitting in the fridge for a few hours, but it does wonders to the unusual flavor of matcha. It subdues the bitterness and leaves you a sweet oatmeal with a pleasant matcha flavor. You have to try Lauren Smith‘s Matcha-Lime Overnight Oatmeal with Strawberries!
4. Matcha Filled Doughnuts (Sufganiyot)
Source: Matcha Filled Doughnuts (Sufganiyot)
Fluffy yeast dough, with a scrumptious matcha buttercream filling and extra crunchiness on the outside, who can say no to Kirsten Kaminski‘s Matcha Filled Doughnuts (Sufganiyot)?
5. Matcha Rice Krispy Treats
Source: Matcha Rice Krispy Treats
Hayley Canning‘s Matcha Rice Krispy Treats, a childhood favorite with a matcha boost! No-bake, vegan + gluten-free. Great for a snack or dessert with a boost of matcha. Only four ingredients needed.
6. Oat Milk Matcha Spread
Source: Oat Milk Matcha Spread
Ridiculously rich & creamy vegan Oat Milk Matcha Spread by George Lee with just two main ingredients: matcha powder and oat milk. Skip the dairy, oil, and cream!
7. Matcha Peppermint Chocolate
Source: Matcha Peppermint Chocolate
This Matcha Peppermint Chocolate by Heidi Turunen is so delicious, but also very healthy because of the pure ingredients, essential oil, and superfoods used. There are not many combinations as perfect as peppermint and chocolate.
8. High Protein Matcha Lime Cheesecake
Source: High Protein Matcha Lime Cheesecake
This has to be the softest, lightest and creamiest no-bake High Protein Matcha Lime Cheesecake by Vicky Coates. It’s packed with protein and its also Vegan and Gluten-Free!
9. Vanilla Matcha Oatmeal
Source: Vanilla Matcha Oatmeal
This Vanilla Matcha Oatmeal by Lenny Wu is the perfect way to start your day. It’s warm, tasty, hearty, and easy to make. What more could you need? This is a great recipe for sprucing up your oatmeal a bit. While everyone loves the classic peanut butter and fruit topping, why not get a little more creative sometimes? This matcha oatmeal is an energy-packed breakfast to fuel your mornings!
10. Matcha Vegan White Chocolate
Source: Matcha Vegan White Chocolate
This Matcha Vegan White Chocolate by Angie Li doesn’t taste like coconut. So it’s perfect for people who hate coconuts. Not only are these matcha vegan white chocolates easy to make, they don’t require expensive or hard-to-find ingredients. All you need is some patience, attention, love, and you will make the best gift that will impress anyone.
11. Mint Matcha Ice Cream
Source: Mint Matcha Ice Cream
Sugar-free, dairy-free, and made with just 5 ingredients, this vegan Mint Matcha Ice Cream by Natalie Martin MS, RD and Lexie Staten MS, RD is a perfect creamy treat for mint chocolate chip lovers. Mint is full of nutrients. It’s actually one of the most antioxidant-packed herbs. And bonus – it also may help with digestion. It can be a little pricey at the store but is easily grown in a garden, pot, or windowsill. The other key ingredient – matcha – adds a little flavor, but mostly color to this treat. Matcha is simply ground up tea leaves and can be found in the baking or tea section at most grocery stores. This vegan mint matcha ice cream can be made in minutes. Herb + tea + chocolate. YUM!
12. Matcha Lemon Muffins
Source: Matcha Lemon Muffins
These Matcha Lemon Muffins by Clara MacLeod are as bright in flavor as they are in color and are a perfect breakfast, snack, or treat!
13. Protein Cookie Crisp Cereal
Source: Protein Cookie Crisp Cereal
This healthy Protein Cookie Crisp Cereal by Vicky Coates will replace boring bran flakes, that’s for sure. Why buy high sugar cereal when you can make your own high protein, nutrient-dense chocolate chip vanilla matcha cereal packed with chunks of chocolate chips! It was super easy to do and the end result is totally worth it! This healthy cookie crisp cereal is the perfect way to start your day!
14. 6-Ingredient Matcha Cookies
Source: 6-Ingredient Matcha Cookies
Calling all matcha lovers, these 6-Ingredient Matcha Cookies by Tiffany Kinson a wonderful treat for you! Imagine a warm and soothing mug of a matcha latte. Now put that in cookie form! They are soft and chewy and are sweetened with all-natural coconut syrup. You can have these mid-morning for a pick me up or after lunch for a nice treat.
15. Lemon Matcha Pancakes
Source: Lemon Matcha Pancakes
These Lemon Matcha Pancakes by Holly Bertone aren’t your Grandma’s pancakes. They are gluten-free and vegan and full of energizing superfoods like lemon, blueberries, matcha, and acai. And oh, by the way, they are semi-homemade and probably the most delicious pancakes you will ever taste.
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