If you're curious about cooking with matcha, here's how to get started
Matcha green tea doughnuts: get the recipe here!
We all know we're supposed to drink green tea. But quite frankly, who does? That's where matcha comes in. It's a bright green powdered form of green tea that's very versatile (and turns everything a beautiful bright green!), so there are plenty of pretty ways to get your fix:
One for the adventurous ... top your creamy matcha chia breakfast with a sesame seed crumble.
Find one of these in your lunchbox and you're very very lucky ... beats a biscuit hands down.
Italians might be outraged at this twist on the Italian classic. But we think it's too pretty to argue about.
Now you see it. Now you don't.
One way to get the kids to eat something green. Add matcha powder to a classic crêpe recipe and make this awesome pancake cake!
Don't worry. There's so much cream and milk in there, no one's going to miss the butter.
One psychedelic sponge! And it makes an ordinary mini roll look quite boring.
Ok, it doesn't look like the most appetising thing in the world. But we are intrigued ...
Tokyo meets London in each sweet bite.
What would the Italians say?
This may look like an ordinary cake but don't be fooled ... it's surprisingly green in the middle.
With pistachio and green tea cream cheese ... we think we've met our match.
With a distinctive matcha swirl.
Biscuits you'll want to hobnob with.
Bored of chocolate mousse? Try this super-green avocado and honey pot instead.
White chocolate and matcha powder? It's a match made in heaven.
Reese better watch out.
Everything you'd expect a cheesecake to be. Except it's green.
We don't think coffee's quite had its day ... but we'd love to try one.
Okay now we've seen it all.