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White Chocolate Matcha Holiday Rum Truffles

As we head into the Holiday Season we know how quickly calendars fill up with invites to festive gatherings and impromptu parties. No need to fret about what to bring to your next fête, our easy-to-make matcha rum truffles are guaranteed to add a ‘wow’ factor to your arrival (and make the perfect, tasteful gift your host won’t be able to resist).



1/4 cup melted butter

3 tbsp half & half

40g white chocolate chips (we used Hershey’s brand)

1 tbsp Dark Rum

1 tbsp Whisk Matcha Everyday Grade 

White Chocolate Dip:

40g Hershey white chocolate chips

1 tbsp melted butter 



  1. Melt 40g chocolate in microwave (stir in 30 second intervals
  2. Add butter, cream, rum and matcha powder into melted chocolate and mix well until smooth
  3. Cool the mixture and roll them into individual balls (refrigerate for about an hour until it hardens).
  4. Melt 40g white chocolate in another bowl in microwave (or double boiler if you have one)
  5. Add melted butter and stir until smooth 
  6. Using tongs, carefully dip matcha balls in white chocolate mixture and transfer to wax paper.
  7. Shake holiday sprinkles or roll in crushed Candy Cane pieces for added festive flare!
  8. Cool completely before serving

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Whisk Matcha Chiffon Cake

Add a healthy twist to this moist and fluffy cake that’s always a crowd pleaser. Chiffon cake is a baker’s favorite due to its easy-to-make reputation, light texture and simple list of ingredients. Just a tablespoon of our Whisk Matcha Everyday Grade makes a welcome (fat free) and tasty addition!



3 eggs

1/2 cup brown sugar

1 tbsp honey

3/4 cup cake flour

1 tsp baking powder

1 tbsp Whisk Matcha Everyday Grade

1/4 cup cold water



  1. Preheat oven to 350 degree F
  2. Beat eggs for 8 minutes
  3. In the following order, add brown sugar, honey, flour, baking powder, matcha powder, and water to egg mixture while keep beating
  4. Pour batter into a cake pan.
  5. Bake about 25 min or until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean





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Matcha Lava Cake Brownie Recipe

These bite-size treats offer up a unique twist on your everyday brownie and will more than satisfy the craving for something melt-in-your-mouth sweet. Adding a few spoonfuls of our Whisk Matcha Everyday Grade Powder to the mix up the nutritional factor so you can feel good about having more than one!


100g white chocolate

3tbsp butter, softened (organic salted)

5 tbsp. confectionary sugar

2 eggs

4 tbsp. cake flour

3 tbsp. Whisk Matcha Everyday Grade Powder



  1. Melt white chocolate in microwave or by stovetop until melted
  2. Whisk butter, powdered sugar and eggs together
  3. Add white chocolate and rest of the ingredients to egg mixture
  4. Pour batter into baking tray or mini muffin tin
  5. Freeze one hour.
  6. Bake for 6 minutes at 400 degrees +1 minute broil to finish and cool before serving. 

Note: if a larger size ramekin is used (instead of mini muffin tray), the center will remain liquid and watch for some beautiful matcha lava pouring out.

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Plant Based Matcha Truffles

Our contributor, Julie Pecarski, founder of Eat Life Balance, developed this amazing gluten-free matcha truffle recipe to satisfy all of your matcha cravings while feeling guilt free! Eat Life Balance is a health and lifestyle solutions resource for career-driven women looking to improve their health through a holistic-approach to nutrition and radical self-care. Check out her full blog post here


Matcha Balls
3/4 cup almonds
1/2 cup cashews
3/4 cup pumpkin seeds
2 tablespoons maple syrup
3 tablespoons coconut oil
2 teaspoon Vanilla extract
1 tablespoon Whisk Matcha
Pinch of sea salt

Matcha Glaze
4 tablespoons coconut oil melted
1/2 tsp Vanilla extract
1 Tbls Matcha
Pinch of sea salt

In your processor, combine all ingredients of your matcha balls.

Once combined and able to stick together between your fingers, roll into tablespoon balls and place onto a sheet pan and place in the freezer for about 20 minutes or until solid.

Make your glaze whisking together your oil, vanilla, and matcha in a small dish.

Remove the balls and by using a spoon, roll your matcha balls into the glaze and place back onto a sheet pan. The coconut glaze should set pretty quickly.

Once all are done, repeat again for a second time.

Store in fridge or freezer.


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