Planning to throw your kid a cute birthday party? Have you finalised the menu yet? May we suggest you add matcha cookies to the mix. The matcha cookies will be enjoyed by the little ones as well as their parents.
This matha cookie recipe takes everything you know and love about cookies and makes it unique with matcha green tea. The sweet and vegetal taste of matcha makes any dessert taste refreshing, but it shines through especially in this beautiful recipe. There’s something about pistachios and chia seeds that compliments matcha cookies a lot.
In addition to being a tremendous treat, these matcha cookies are a great way to kick-start your morning with catechins, the most beneficial and potent antioxidants you can consume. Catechins help prevent cell damage and reduce the formation of free radicals in the body. Yes, that’s right. Therapeutic benefits of catechins are amazing. So, if you haven’t given this recipe a try, do it now.
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By the lovely @eatingwithdes
- 1/4 heaping cup mashed bananas
- 2 tsp cashew butter
- 1 tbsp maple syrup
- 2 tsp MIX N MATCHA
- 1/32 tsp stevia
- 1/32 tsp himalayan pink salt
- 1/4 cup gluten free rolled oats
- 3/8 cup gluten free quick cooking oats
- 1/8 cup pistachios (chopped)
- 3/4 tsp chia seed
- Mix all of the following ingredients together in a bowl or in a food processor until combined:1/4 heaping cup mashed bananas
2 tsp cashew butter
1 tbsp maple syrup
2 tsp MIX N MATCHA
1/32 tsp stevia
1/32 tsp himalayan pink salt
- In a separate bowl, mix the following ingredients until evenly distributed:1/4 cup gluten free rolled oats
3/8 cup gluten free quick cooking oats
1/8 cup pistachios (chopped)
3/4 tsp chia seed
- Then combine both mixtures and stir until incorporated.
- Shape into cookies and bake for 15-20 minutes on 180C.