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Matcha Cheesecake: Its in the Fridge Easy!

This was a little bit of a trial recipe and happened to turn out brilliantly. A great way to add in the amazing matcha premium grade from Mematcha and make a simple cheesecake that is dairy, gluten and refined sugar free but full of flavour and punch! Plus its very simple to do, with the help of a trusty blender and a pan, you too can make a delicious cheesecake. Perfect Party Dessert! Ingredients Base: - 1 cup of gluten free puffs - 1 and a half cups of dairy free chocolate buttons - Half a cup of honey - Half a cup of Medjool dates - 1 teaspoon of peppermint essence - Half a cup of raisins - Half...

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Make the Most of Matcha: 5 Different Uses

For those who really want to enjoy the health benefits, and potential weight loss advantages of drinking matcha tea, but don’t enjoy hot tea, there are options.  Here, we will look at some of the different uses for matcha tea, when you’d rather not drink it straight from the tea cup. Smoothies Aside from the classic ‘cuppa tea’, this is very likely the most popular use for matcha tea.  For several years now, healthy smoothies have been a major trend.  They are easy to prepare, taste great, provide a wealth of health benefits, and provide a lasting full feeling.  If you want to step up your regular smoothie, consider adding matcha tea.  The flavour is very well matched to make...

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Matcha Oatmeal Cookies Recipe

The last few weeks I have been absolutely craving cookies. I thought about making some healthy cookies without refined sugar, which were suitable for vegans and boosted your energy. Immediately I thought about the matcha I have in order to make them way more special, giving them an amazing colour and of course to add to my beloved super foods. They're perfect as a snack to go, because you can easily just grab them and snack whilst out and about adventuring without needing to do anything to them. It's always important to have some healthy sweet snacks for when you get those cravings where ever you may be. We all know that moment when we just need a treat and...

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How to Prepare Matcha Tea

If you haven’t yet tried matcha tea, you are about to be pleasantly surprised.  This healthy tea is packed full of antioxidants, is a natural detoxifier, rich in fibre and needed vitamins.  More recently, it was discovered that matcha tea can boost the metabolism, thereby making it easier to lose weight.  Better yet, matcha tea can taste great.   In order to enjoy all that the beverage has to offer, though, you must know how to properly prepare it.  Method One: The Bamboo Whisk Method What You Will Need: 2 tsp. Matcha tea Sifter Bamboo whisk 20 oz. hot water Tea bowl This preparation method is perfect for those moments when you are able to sit down and enjoy a cup...

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Matcha Tea: The Facts

For individuals who drink tea from time to time, there are just four basic types of tea - black, green, oolong and white. However, what most people don’t know is that each of these types of tea has different varieties that have unique characteristics. In the recent period, many tea drinkers are showing interest in matcha green tea and it seems that there is more than one good reason for that. What is matcha? Matcha is a term that comes from the Japanese language and means powdered tea. Obviously, this green tea was first used in Japan mostly during royal ceremonies. Today, matcha tea is known as a specific kind of green tea powder which usually comes in powdered form....

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