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easy vegan matcha pralines

Collaboration with Sunday Natural

You probably know that Japanese green matcha is not only a delicious tea to drink, but also an amazing ingredient for sweets and baked goods.

And as you are reading this recipe, you are probably also a fan of this super healthy antioxidant-rich green powder. Now I came up with a recipe for cute crispy little matcha pralines, and you only need 3 ingredients to make them. They are also gluten free.

matcha pralines

Ingredients for the matcha pralines

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  • Matcha

The matcha should be 100% pure and bright green, that usually means it’s good quality. I really like the organic Uji matcha by Sunday Natural*, which I was provided with for this collaboration.

Once you open the matcha, it’s best to keep it closed in the fridge and use it in the next couple of weeks.

  • vegan white chocolate

White vanilla chocolate is often available in organic food stores and if you’re in Germany, you can also get it at DM.

  • rice flakes

You can get them at organic food stores, also full grain ones.

matcha pralines with matcha
easy vegan matcha pralines

CRISPY MATCHA PRALINES

You only need 3 ingredients to make these beautiful and delicious crispy little matcha pralines
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Cook Time 15 mins
Cooling time 15 mins
Total Time 30 mins
Course sweets
Cuisine Japanese inspired
Servings 9 pieces

Equipment

silicone praline mould*

Ingredients
  

  • 1 bar vegan white chocolate 80 g
  • 1/4 TL matcha powder or more if you like
  • 1-2 EL rice flakes

Instructions
 

  • Melt the white chocolate in a bain marie. It shouldn't get warmer than necessary. Stir in the matcha powder until it has the desired shade of green.
  • Dollop a little bit of the melted chocolate with a small spoon into each of 9 flowers in a silicone mould. Then add the rice flakes. Then carefully pour the remaining matcha chocolate on top. The filling should end with the mould and have clean outlines.
  • Knock the mould on the table a few times so trapped air bubbles can come up, then put the mould in the freezer for 15 minutes.
Keyword Matcha, Pralines
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Use code VEGANBUFFET10 to get 10% at checkout off Sunday Natural’s broad selection of high-quality superfoods and supplements (except bundles & sets) until December 31, 2022. Have a look at Sunday Natural’s online shop here.  

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