How do you turn a bucket of plain old vanilla ice cream into Matcha (green tea) ice cream without having to splurge US$3 per scoop at Japanese restaurants?
I learned this trick recently and thought I would share it with you, especially now when it’s summer and still sizzling hot outside.
You could always use a tub of ice cream, in green tea or Matcha flavor. With Labor Day coming up soon, this quick and easy recipe will come in handy for you.
Matcha is a prized powdered form of green tea used particularly in the Japanese tea ceremony.
Matcha has gained popularity and is now used in many recipes such as matcha latte, matcha almond cookies, matcha (green tea) pound cake, noodles, drinks, and all sorts of desserts.
Try this quick and easy Matcha (green tea) ice cream recipe and you will thank me for it.
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Matcha (Green Tea) Ice Cream
- 1 tub vanilla ice cream of your choice
- Matcha or green tea powder to taste
- Leave the ice cream out for 30 minutes to thaw or until they turn slightly soft. Add in a few tablespoons of matcha (green tea) powder to get to the desired taste you want.
- Stir and blend well with the ice cream. The ice cream should turn light green in color and tastes exotic with a slight tint of bitter flavor from the matcha.
- Freeze the ice cream and serve cold when ready.
Notice: Nutrition is auto-calculated, using Spoonacular, for your convenience. Where relevant, we recommend using your own nutrition calculations.
It’s a wonderful recipe, Thanks for sharing!
Thanks for sharing this amazing recipe of easy of ice-cream. looks delicious that I can’t wait to try it.
Thanks for share another amazing recipe!
Thank you , I love u!! Can’t wait to try it now!
genius!will do that…hihih…save my money to buy matcha ice cream from some fancy ice cream parlour…:-)
Thanks going to make this now…
I always wondered how it was made. Thanks for letting us know!
wow…that’s so easy and a no brainer! Thanks so much. What about making red bean ice cream. Do you perhaps have a trick for that?…:)