How To Make Matcha Brownies (Fudgy Green Tea White Chocolate Brownies)-Japanese Taste

How To Make Matcha Brownies (Fudgy Green Tea White Chocolate Brownies)

by Mana Sobral

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Imagine stepping into the world of matcha fudgy brownies – it’s like a magical fusion of your favorite classic brownies and the captivating allure of matcha green tea. These brownies are a flavor adventure that promises to leave your taste buds utterly enchanted.

Start with the comforting embrace of a classic fudge brownie – the kind that’s dense, chewy, and indulgently rich. To bring the dreamy dessert to life, we delicately sift matcha into the brownie batter, creating a mesmerizing dance of white chocolate and vibrant green swirls. The result is not just a treat for your taste buds but a feast for your eyes, with each bite offering a visual celebration of the union of white chocolate and matcha.

Now, let’s talk about the taste. The sweetness of the fudge brownie cozies up to the bold, earthy notes of matcha, creating a symphony of flavors that dance across your palate. It’s not just a dessert; it’s a sensory experience that elevates your dessert moments to new heights.

As these brownies bake, they form a crisp, golden exterior that gives way to a gooey, fudgy center – a textural masterpiece that adds another layer to the overall indulgence. Whether you’re enjoying them with a warm cup of tea or savoring each bite on its own, these matcha fudge brownies are more than a treat; they’re a celebration of flavor and texture, bringing joy to every bite.

The next time you’re craving something extraordinary, reach for these matcha-infused wonders – because these aren’t just brownies; they’re a culinary escapade that promises to make your dessert moments truly magical.


Prep time: 25 mins

Cook time: 30 mins

Total time: 55 mins

Total servings: 9

Difficulty: Easy

  • 120 g Unsalted Butter (Room temperature)
  • 200 g White Sugar
  • 3 Eggs (Room temperature)
  • 170 g White Chocolate, melted
  • 2 Tbsp Whole Milk
  • 100 g All Purpose Flour
  • 20 g Matcha Powder

Expert's Tip

How To Make Matcha Brownies (Fudgy Green Tea White Chocolate Brownies)

Tsujiri has a special Match Powder for those who love Matcha foods and drinks! This unsweetened matcha green tea powder allows you to easily prepare tasty matcha treats by adding it to your favorite recipes.

Produced by the green tea expert Tsujiri, this product uses select first-picked tea leaves, ensuring a luxurious and authentic matcha experience. The powder is also processed to be less clumpy, allowing you to effortlessly blend it with any ingredient.


1) Gathering the Ingredients and Recipe Preparations

Gather the ingredients together.  Preheat oven to 350°F.

2) Sifting the Dry Ingredients

Sift flour and Matcha Powder into a mixing bowl or onto parchment paper.

3) Combining & Mixing the Wet Ingredients

Place unsalted butter in a large bowl and whisk. Add sugar, mix well. Add one egg at a time and mix thoroughly. Repeat the process until all of the eggs have been combined with the wet ingredients.

4) Adding the Dry Ingredients to the Wet Ingredients

Combine the flour and Matcha Powder mixture with the wet ingredients. Mix thoroughly with a whisk. Set aside.

5) Melting the White Chocolate & Adding it to the Brownie Batter

Place white chocolate and milk in a heat-resistant cup or bowl. Melt them together in the microwave until melted (1000W for 50 seconds).

Add the melted white chocolate to the matcha brownie batter, and mix until evenly incorporated.

Tip: Switch to a rubber spatula to easily combine the white chocolate into the brownie batter.

6) Pouring the Batter into the Brownie Pan

Pour the batter into an 8-inch x 8-inch brownie pan lined with parchment paper. Now, the matcha brownies are ready to be baked!

7) Baking the Matcha Brownies

Place the matcha brownies in the preheated oven and bake for 25-30 minutes. You'll know that the brownies are ready when the edges are set, and the top develops a nice brown color and slight cracking on the surface.

When they're done baking, remove the brownies from the pan while they're still hot, and transfer them to a cooling rack. Once cooled, cut the matcha brownies into your preferred size.

8) Enjoying the Matcha Brownies

Enjoy the delightful combination of matcha's mild bitterness and white chocolate's sweetness!

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