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Simple Matcha Pudding (4 Components)


This matcha pudding is a straightforward no-bake dessert that you may whip up anytime! It’s silky, easy and the bitter sweetness of matcha is simply so addictive. Take pleasure in by itself, or high with cream or your favourite ice cream.

Close up shot of matcha pudding with whipped cream and nuts on top.

Similar to the remainder of my recipes, this pudding is gluten-free and dairy-free! It’s primarily made with oat milk, sugar, matcha and set with gelatin powder. Though there isn’t any heavy cream used, there’s a excellent melt-in-the-mouth texture that everybody will get hooked with.

It comes collectively in lower than quarter-hour in a single saucepan, and all it is advisable to do is to sit back for a few hours within the fridge.

Topping concepts

I really like having this matcha pudding straight out of the fridge. Nevertheless, listed here are some topping concepts in case you wish to fancy issues up.

Whipped cream – I wish to whip up vegan heavy cream with a contact of sweetness, or go together with whipped coconut cream. Spray kind whipped topping is a handy possibility too.

Ice cream – Choose your favourite non-dairy ice cream 🙂

Crushed nuts – My favourite is crushed pistachio. Walnuts, pecans, or cashew go properly along with matcha pudding as properly.

Mud with extra matcha powder – When you just like the matcha taste, why not overload?

Fruits – Sliced strawberries, blueberries or bananas

Azuki crimson bean paste – This Japanese candy bean paste goes so properly with something matcha.

A small spoon scooping into matcha pudding with cream topping.

Components for this recipe

Find out how to make matcha pudding

1. Put together the gelatin. In a microwavable cup, mix the gelatin powder and ¼ cup oat milk collectively. Whisk with a fork, then let sit for five minutes.

2. Milk + sugar. Heat up 2 cups oat milk and sugar collectively in a saucepan. Stir properly till the sugar has utterly dissolved.

3. Put together the matcha. Sift matcha powder right into a small bowl. Then scoop 4 tablespoon of the milk combine out of the saucepan and add to the matcha. Whisk properly with a bamboo whisk (chasen) or a fork.

4. Add matcha. Add the matcha combine into the milk combine. Stir.

5. Soften the gelatin. Microwave the gelatin+milk combine (from step 1) at 20 seconds increments till the gelatin has utterly dissolved. Alternatively, soften in a double boiler, stirring continuously.

6. Combine within the gelatin. Pour the dissolved gelatin combine into the matcha milk base, stir properly.

7. Chill. Pour the combo into cups and refrigerate for 4 hours or extra.

Optionally available: Add toppings of your selection. I like so as to add non-dairy whipped cream, crushed pistachio and dirt with extra matcha powder.

*See under recipe card for detailed directions.

Suggestions

1. When you mix the gelatin and milk in step 1, whisk properly. Rather well. This helps the gelatin powder to soak up the liquid evenly. Any powdery lumps left right here can’t be dissolved even with the added warmth within the later step – that means your combine might not have sufficient gelatin to set the pudding!

2. Watch very carefully when melting the gelatin to not let it boil up!

3. Boiling the gelatin weakens its setting energy considerably. Ensure the milk combine stays simply heat sufficient to dissolve the elements. 

Troubleshooting

I nonetheless see matcha powder clumps on the floor. What can I do?

Use a wonderful mesh sieve to pressure the matcha milk combine. For any matcha lumps left within the sieve, use a spoon or spatula to interrupt up and dissolve into the combo.

Recipe

Close up shot of matcha pudding with whipped cream and nuts on top.

This matcha pudding is a straightforward no-bake dessert that you may whip up anytime! It’s silky, easy and the bitter sweetness of matcha is simply so addictive. Take pleasure in by itself, or high with cream or your favourite ice cream. This recipe is gluten-free and dairy-free.

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