Matcha tea powder is one of our favorite superfoods to use in cooking.
Matcha powder is made from ground green tea leaves and lends itself well to treats like cookies, tarts, cakes, and even croissants as well as smoothies and refreshing beverages. We love its beautiful bright hue and subtle green tea flavor. Sunfood Matcha Powder is pure organic matcha.
Matcha powder adds the most beautiful hue to desserts.
Matcha Shortbread Cookies are great to enjoy during any season but especially the holidays. We added traditional chocolate and white chocolate glaze to make them more festive. You can skip this step or go all in and see which version is your favorite. These cookies will be a great addition to your holiday table, an afternoon tea break, or will make impressive home-baked gifts.
You can also use Matcha Powder to create a matcha glaze that looks beautiful and bright. To create a basic icing, mix the confectioner's sugar with water and matcha powder, and then glaze over any pastry.
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1 1/4 cup blueberries
3/4 cup Sunfood Cashews
1/2 cup Sunfood Cacao Paste wafers
1/3 cup Sunfood Cacao Butter wafers
1/4 cup maple syrup
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
Rinse and dry blueberries, making sure no water droplets are left. In a medium bowl, mix blueberries and cashews. Set aside. Melt Cacao Paste wafers and Cacao Butter wafers in a microwaveable bowl for 30-second intervals, stirring at every interval. Stir maple syrup and vanilla extract into melted cacao. Let chocolate cool slightly. then pour into a bowl of blueberries and cashews. Toss until blueberries and cashews are coated. Spoon tablespoon-sized clusters of blueberries and cashews onto a parchment-lined plate. Sprinkle with sea salt. Refrigerate clusters for 30 minutes.