• Ways to Use Matcha tea

10 Ways to Use Matcha Tea

You may not think there are that many ways to use Matcha tea (other than in regular old water), but there are! But first, why is Matcha ?

Matcha tea is a Japanese tea that uses the entire Matcha leaf. Rather than soaking leaves in hot water, you add Matcha’s powdered leaves which enables you to ingest more nutrients. Compared to traditional green tea, Matcha contains up to 100 times the amount of antioxidants, making it a good choice for any type of diet.

Ways to Use Matcha Tea

Here are ten ways to use Matcha tea in your kitchen staples.

Homemade Popsicles

Matcha Popsicles

Add Matcha tea to water and stir well. If desired, add agave for additional sweetness and freeze for four hours. It’s the perfect summer refreshment. Get more Popsicle recipes here.

Smoothies

You can easily add Matcha into your homemade smoothie. Combine with yogurt, berries, protein powder, or whatever else you’d like.

Ice Cream

Similar to Popsicles, you can also create homemade Matcha Ice Cream. We love this Matcha Banana “Ice Cream” made with frozen banana instead of cream.

Oatmeal

Add a sprinkle of Matcha to your oatmeal tomorrow morning. We recommend pairing it with fresh berries, bananas, or coconut flakes.

Yogurt

Add Matcha tea to your vanilla or strawberry yogurt for extra antioxidants.

Protein Balls

Next time you make protein balls or oatmeal bites, add a shake of Matcha in the mix.

Macrons

Matcha Macrons

Yum! We see these Matcha Macrons with Red Bean paste and they look phenomenal.

Acai Bowl

Make an Acai bowl at home and add Matcha green tea powder. Stir it up for a light, enhanced flavor.

Sweet Bread Topping

Mix 1 part Matcha tea with 3 parts powdered sugar and sprinkle over your next sweet roll. You’ll get a light tea flavor that gives your bread a unique feel.

Mocktail

Try this Matcha and Mint Mocktail from Oh So Beautiful paper. Refreshing!

Where to Get Matcha

Now that you know the ways to use Match tea, you can shop Vitamin World for organic, pure Matcha tea.

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