5 Unique Matcha Recipes You Need to Try

  • by Soar Organics

Looking for some fun and unique ways to incorporate matcha into your lifestyle? We put together a blog post with some of our favourite Soar Organics community matcha recipes. Let us know if you give any of these delicious creations a try at home!

Iced Military Latte by Christie


If you’re a fan of matcha and coffee then Christie’s Iced Military Latte is a must for you. The flavours of matcha, whipped coffee and milk come together to form beautiful layers of camouflage (hence the name military).

If you’re wondering what’s included in this decadent mix and how to make it yourself, head on over to Christie’s blog to find the full recipe.

Brownie Matcha Cookies by Dafna


Dafna put together these decadent Brownie Matcha Cookies and shared the recipe on her blog. To our surprise, they contain Soar Organics matcha in them! They’re also paleo with a vegan option.

With the chewiness of a cookie combined with the fudgy, chocolatey goodness of a brownie, this recipe is a win-win.

In light of Earth Day on April 22, Dafna also made these gorgeous Surprise Planet Brownie Cups. Don’t be fooled, there’s definitely matcha inside! We agree with Dafna that every day should be Earth Day.

Vegan Matcha Cookies by Tajda


Tajda is behind the blog My Vegan Minimalist and creates easy to make (and drool-worthy) vegan recipes. These Vegan Matcha Cookies are crunchy on the outside, gooey on the inside and pair perfectly with oat milk.

Make these delicious matcha cookies yourself. Here’s the blog post! You won’t want to miss out on this one.

Citrus Matcha Latte by Tiffany


Creative Director and Holistic Business Coach Tiffany Napper is one serious matcha queen. Her take on the perfect springtime latte brings together the uplifting flavours of citrus with the sweetness of matcha. Pst, we even heard through the grapevine that it tastes like a matcha creamsicle.

Find out for yourself though! Tiffany has made it super easy for you to recreate this creamy citrus matcha latte at home. Check out the full recipe on her blog.

Japanese Matcha Souffle Pancakes by Christie


We’re here with another recipe from Canadian blogger Christie. This time we’re sharing her Japanese Matcha Souffle Pancakes - yum! They’re versatile enough for breakfast and dessert. I don’t know about you, but that sounds like the perfect pancake recipe to us.

The trick for these pancakes is properly whipping the meringue. Although, Christie makes this very easy for you to follow at home. Head over to her blog for the full recipe.

Main blog image photo credit: Tajda

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