Cute, not-too-sweet vegan matcha cookies shaped like frogs! This one-bowl recipe is fast and simple to bake, making these cookies an excellent activity to do with friends or kids. 🙂
The cutest 👹 MIKE WAZOWSKI 👹 macarons sandwiched with a roasted matcha cheesecake filling!
Adorable avocado shaped thumbprint cookies! They are flavored with matcha powder, filled with chocolate ganache, and decorated using melted chocolates.
This matcha chia pudding was made with chia seeds, almond milk, matcha, and alternative sugar. I topped it with bananas, hemp seeds, granola, and matcha whipped cream. Not only was this combo super delicious, it was made in less than an hour and packed full of fiber, vitamins, and lots of cuteness!!
Adorable & healthy matcha pancakes stuffed with bananas! They’re a fun treat to make with friends and kids on a slow weekend morning. Enjoy with a cup of coffee or even as mini pancake cereal!
These Oreo matcha muddy buddies are a simple 15-minute snack idea for any occasion! Add any toppings you’d like, such as, pretzels, M&M’s and more.
These brownies are soft, a bit fudgy, not too sweet, buttery, and fullllll of matcha flavor. Ater baking, they’re topped with some of my shortbread bear cookies, using melted chocolate as glue. The brownies are a great centerpiece for parties and make great gifts for friends + family!
These frog matcha thumbprint cookies are buttery, not too sweet, and full of matcha + strawberry flavors! The cookie dough is quick and simple to make, requiring no chilling. And with the ganache being made right in the microwave, this recipe is easy to recreate at home for your loved ones this Valentine’s Day! <3
I thought it would be fun to make more frog cookies, but in the shape as Keroppi from Sanrio! They’re light, have crispy edges, aren’t too sweet, and fulllll of matcha flavor. Plus, they’re very adorable.
These matcha buns are soft, not-too-sweet, and delicious. The recipe is fun and easy to follow, especially if you are a beginner baker. You can shape the buns into regular circles or keep them as frogs, whichever you prefer! Either way, it’s a great recipe to make with friends and family, and are very rewarding to eat!
This matcha frog cake is actually pretty easy to whip up, and yields a soft, spongy, not-so-sweet cake. And even better, the frosting only requires a few ingredients: heavy whipping cream, powdered sugar, vanilla, and food coloring.
Cute froggie macarons made of matcha-infused shells, sandwiched together with matcha white chocolate ganache! They’re decorated with royal icing and edible markers, but feel free to use all edible markers or melted white + milk/dark chocolate! Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. *If this is your first time making macarons, check out my more in-depth post…