From October 1st to October 31st Pure Chimp have a massive matcha sale going on so click here for a bargain!
Yes this is indeed as insane as it sounds! Matcha Milk Spread is sweet and creamy, silky smooth like condensed milk – but with a slightly thicker texture. Imagine a sweet matcha latte that’s been transformed into a vibrant, caramel spread and well… that’s what I’ve managed to make!
This Matcha Milk Spread is a sweet and creamy, silky smooth, healthy alternative to sugar laden breakfast spreads. Perfect spread over toast or drizzled over waffles and ice cream.
I don’t know what possessed me to come up with such a crazy invention, perhaps it was influenced by my Paleo and Vegan Nutella, but after a little Googling I found that it is in fact a Korean product made by O’Sulloc Tea House in Korea! The original product does have some pretty horrific ingredients in it however, well horrific if you’re into healthy eating that is, but it does use top notch green tea. I knew immediately that I’d have to use a quality matcha powder and opted for Pure Chimp’s Super Tea Matcha.
It took me 3 different batches to come up with a taste and texture that I loved; the 1st was great but probably had too much matcha for most, the 2nd was too thick and solid once cooled, and well this 3rd batch was just perfect… I felt a little like Goldilocks I have to say.
I decided to use sweetener rather than coconut sugar in order to create a more vibrant colour, maple sugar would work well too, or in this instance I used 1/4 cup of a mixture of xylitol and erythritol which yielded 1/2 cup of powdered sugar.
What I love the most about this recipe though is that it literally takes a few minutes to throw together and is ready to eat straight away. It even keeps for 2-3 weeks out on the side at room temperature (providing it’s not in direct sunlight) and about 4-6 weeks in the refrigerator. It’s perfect spread over toast and waffles, drizzled over ice cream and coconut yogurt, and well – even on its own, spooned straight from the jar (don’t judge me!).
So why Pure Chimp matcha?
Well, matcha has been long touted by the media for possessing some amazing health benefits such as weight loss to removing chemical toxins and heavy metals within the body. In fact it is even great for improving our skin.
Matcha green tea contains copious amounts of minerals and vitamins, most notably vitamins A and C, and over a whopping 130+ more antioxidants than regular green tea itself! These antioxidants are what help to protect your skin from the dreaded signs of ageing.
To reap the same benefits as 1/4 of a teaspoon of matcha green tea powder you would have to consume 10 cups of regular green tea – I know what I’d rather go for!
Pure Chimp uses only 100% Japanese ceremonial grade green tea that grows under cover for the last two weeks before picking, which fills it with extra goodness. The leaves are then carefully ground down to form a fine powder which enables you to consume all of the natural goodness in a quick and convenient way.
But don’t just take my word for it – watch the testimonial video here to see how others have found Pure Chimp Super Tea Matcha! Pure Chimp Super Tea Matcha is available in 30g, 50g, and 100g sizes ranging from £4.95 to £14.95. (Sale prices listed.)
You don’t need much to whip up a batch of this fabulous Matcha Milk Spread – just a few ingredients and a high speed blender (I used my Froothie Optimum G2.1 Platinum Series Blender). You’ll also need a hell of a lot of willpower to stop you from eating the whole jar but don’t blame me!
Love matcha? Why not try my Mint, Matcha, and Spirulina Paleo Cornflake Cakes or Sugar-free Matcha Mint Choc Chip Ice Cream for more matcha fun!
- 1¾ cups (210g) coconut milk powder
- ½ cup (70g) powdered coconut sugar or sweetener of choice
- 3 tbsp (35g) coconut oil
- ½ tbsp vanilla extract (optional)
- Pinch fine Himalayan pink salt (optional)
- ½ cup boiling water
- 10g Pure Chimp Super Tea Matcha
- Place the coconut milk powder, powdered coconut sugar/sweetener, coconut oil, vanilla, and salt into a high powdered blender.
- Next pour over your ½ cup of boiling water - if using a kettle take it off as soon as it comes to the boil and pour over your ingredients. This ensures that you will have a smooth spread rather than grainy one.
- Blend on the lowest speed if your blender has one, scrape down the sides with a silicone spatula, and then blend on the next speed setting.
- Add your matcha powder and repeat the blending process one more time.
- Transfer into airtight jars and store either in the refrigerator or at room temperature.
** If making your own powdered sugar blend ¼ cup of a mixture of xylitol and erythritol (or coconut/maple sugar) in a high powered blender to yield ½ cup of powdered sugar.
Disclaimer: Please note that this is NOT a sponsored post. I am a Froothie Ambassador and was sent a Froothie Optimum G2.1 for review – all opinions are my own and 100% honest. The links provided to the blender are affiliate which means if you buy an Optimum G2.1 using this link, it won’t cost you any extra, but I will get a small commission to help keep my blog up and running. If you’d like to know more, feel free to contact me.
choclette29th October 2016 at 3:07 pm
What a super recipe. I love matcha and use it a lot in baking, but I’m loving this idea of a spread. I’ve no idea where you can get powdered coconut milk from though.
Lucy Sophie Rose18th February 2018 at 2:09 am
Hi! My food processor died on me 🙁 do you think i can make this recipe with a good hand blender? Thank you in advance
greensofthestoneage18th February 2018 at 10:36 am
You sure can! Just make sure you work super quickly with it
Lucy Sophie Rose18th February 2018 at 2:54 pm
Noted! Thank you
greensofthestoneage21st February 2018 at 9:53 pm
Not a problem – let me know what you think
Lucy Sophie Rose1st March 2018 at 8:02 pm
You are a genius! it is sooo good 🙂
I shared on my blog, but i made sure everybody knew it’s your recipe:)
greensofthestoneage1st March 2018 at 8:37 pm
That’s so amazing! Thank you so much for translating my recipe to your audience and I’m so happy to hear that you loved it too