January 10, 2019

Matcha Recipes by the Book

I drink matcha regularly. I drink it at home and at cafes. My homestyle matcha is usucha or thin matcha. My go-to cafe matcha is a matcha latte. When I've branched out at home it to test matcha recipes from tea cookbooks. I  have reviewed four green tea and matcha cookbooks on the blog. The reviews include a recipe or two so it's worth reading each one.

Superfood Matcha White Chocolate Bark, Matcha The Cookbook by Gretha Scholtz
© Matcha - The Cookbook by Gretha Scholtz, published by teNeues, www.teneues.com. Superfood Matcha White Chocolate Bark, Photo © Patrycia Lukas

Matcha - The Cookbook by Gretha Scholtz

My second favorite of the green tea cookbooks I've reviewed is Matcha - The Cookbook. I love the aesthetics of the book. The recipes are good, too. I am tempted to make again the Superfood Matcha White Chocolate Bark. I've got matcha, white chocolate, and dried fruit in my pantry.

The Matcha Miracle by Dr. Mariza Snyder, Dr. Lauren Clum, and Anna V. Zulaica

If you are looking for simple matcha recipes, then The Matcha Miracle is a good option. Of the recipes I tested, my family's favorite were the Dark Chocolate Matcha Truffles. Even if you've never made truffles before, this is a no-fail recipe. Check out the recipe is in the review.

The Healthy Matcha Cookbook by Miryam Quinn-Doblas

The Healthy Matcha Cookbook by Miryam Quinn-Doblas

My favorite of the matcha cookbooks I've reviewed is The Healthy Matcha Cookbook. I had been following Miryam's Instagram feed long before her cookbook was published. The photographs of her delicious recipes are beautiful.

New Tastes in Green Tea by Mutsuko Tokunaga

The recipes in this cookbook use sencha, gyokuro, and matcha. However most of the recipes in New Tastes in Green Tea are matcha-based. I can recommend the Matcha Coconut Drink!

Share your favorite tea cookbooks and matcha recipes in the comments.

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