This matcha sponge cake is nice light and spongy in texture. It’s perfect for a tea time treat alongside tea or on it’s own. It’s lightly sweetened earthy flavor will leave you going back for more.
I haven’t dined at sushi garden for months because we usually get take out from here because we don’t like to wait in line. But, it was a quiet weekday afternoon so we decided to dine in instead.
Oracle and I hadn’t seen each other for a while so we decided to go out and grab drinks at Chez Christophe to catch up. Despite the fact that we both live insanely close to the cafe, neither of us had gone inside before.
This Matcha swirl milk bread is unlike any other because it has Matcha spread swirled into the middle! The Matcha swirl adds a nice earthy flavor to the loaf without being overpowering it or adding too much Matcha flavor. If you don’t care for Matcha, use vanilla extract or cacao powder in the condensed milk […]
These sticky, glutinous Matcha mochi waffles are a unique take on the iconic breakfast waffles. The addition of the glutinous rice flour are a funky addition to the traditional waffle batter They are crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside making them a fun and delightful treat to eat.
These Matcha shortbread cookies are one of my all time favorite cookies and definitely a favorite among my friends as well. The dough in this recipe comes together easily with the help of a food processor. The hardest part is waiting for them to cool when they are fresh out of the oven. And they’re […]
This matcha red bean swirl loaf is pillowy soft and the sweetness of the red bean paste compliments the earthiness of the matcha perfectly. It’s one of our household favorites and I hope it will become one of yours as well!
These matcha black sesame swirl buns are super soft as a result of using an Asian milk bread dough for it’s base. The nuttiness of the black sesame paste on the inside pairs well with the earthy matcha and is wonderful enjoyed with a cup of tea or latte. Topping it with icing is definitely […]