Buttery Bliss: Irresistible Matcha Butter Cookies


How to Improve Your Matcha Butter Cookies

Whole Wheat Flour

Substitute some or all of the cake flour with whole wheat flour to add fiber and nutrients to the cookies. Whole wheat flour also lends a slightly nutty flavor, which complements the matcha's earthiness.

If you want to learn about the flavor of matcha and how to complement it with different foods, you might want to read this 👉 What does matcha taste like? Taste Chart with Video

Reduced Sugar

Decrease the amount of confectioners' sugar for a less sweet version of the matcha butter cookies. This adjustment allows the matcha and butter flavors to shine more prominently, providing a better balance between sweetness and the green tea taste.

If you want to learn some other reasons why you shouldn't add sugar to green tea, you can read this article here 👉 Read This Before mixing Sugar with Tea

Egg White Wash

Brush the cookie tops with lightly beaten egg white before baking to create a shiny and attractive finish. The egg white wash gives the matcha butter cookies a professional touch and enhances their visual appeal.

Lemon Zest

Add a teaspoon of lemon zest to the dough to elevate the flavor profile with a refreshing citrus note. The citrusy tang complements the matcha's earthy taste and adds a delightful twist to the cookies.

Butter Extract

Enhance the buttery taste by incorporating a drop or two of butter extract into the dough. This addition intensifies the cookie's rich flavor without adding extra fat or calories.

Speaking of adding buttery flavor, you may also enjoy the this other matcha recipe 👉 Make Irresistibly Chewy Brown Butter Matcha Cookies

Almond Flour

Replace a portion of the cake flour with almond flour to impart a subtle nutty flavor and a tender texture to the cookies. The almond flour adds a delightful depth of taste, making the cookies even more irresistible.

If you want to add even more flavor to your matcha butter cookies, you can use matcha butter instead of regular butter. To learn how to make that you can read our recipe 👉 Elevate Every Bite with Delicious Matcha Butter


Flavor Pairings for Your Matcha Butter Cookies

Sencha Green Tea

Sip on a cup of sencha green tea alongside the matcha butter cookies. Sencha shares the same vegetal and refreshing notes as matcha but in a milder form, creating a harmonious pairing that brings out the best of both green teas.

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Lemon Iced Tea

The zesty and tangy flavors of lemon iced tea provide a refreshing contrast to the rich and buttery taste of the cookies. The combination of citrus and green tea is both thirst-quenching and delightful.

Vanilla Ice Cream

A scoop of creamy vanilla ice cream complements the matcha butter cookies perfectly. The smooth and sweet vanilla flavor balances the slight bitterness of matcha, resulting in a luscious and indulgent dessert experience.

Fresh Strawberries

Pair the matcha butter cookies with fresh strawberries for a burst of fruity sweetness. The juicy and vibrant strawberries add a pleasant contrast to the earthy matcha, creating a refreshing and balanced treat.

Yogurt Parfait

Create a yogurt parfait with layers of Greek yogurt, matcha butter cookies crumbs, and your favorite fruits like blueberries and raspberries. The creamy yogurt, crunchy cookie bits, and juicy fruits provide a medley of textures and flavors that complement each other wonderfully.

Hojicha Latte

Hojicha, a roasted green tea, offers a toasty and aromatic flavor that pairs exceptionally well with the matcha butter cookies. The mellow and comforting taste of hojicha provides a lovely contrast to the boldness of matcha, making it a delightful choice for a warm drink accompaniment.

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