While some bloggers are finding inventive ways to introduce this green tea powder into existing treats like cakes, others are creating entirely new matcha desserts. From Sprinkle Bakes, the Matcha Picchu is a "matcha, strawberry and milk caramel dessert" that is formed to look like a pyramid. Its clever name is clearly a pun on the famous Incan monument located in the Andes Mountains of Peru.
This matcha candy-coated confection uses matcha tea Kit Kats. The 'summit' contains a pocket of dulce de leche, where as the middle is a layer of strawberry preserves. The bottom is a dulce de leche Chantilly. The matcha desserts are then placed on a bed of buttered graham cracker crumbs. You can also place a small piece of fold leaf on the very tip.
Confectionery Green Tea Pyramids
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Green Tea Kit Kat in Japan
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- By: Alyson WyersAug 13, 2015