Zen’s ceremonial grade Matcha is a premium Japanese green tea powder, 100% organic used widely for weight-loss, energy boosting, and detox. This green tea has a deliciously creamy and crisp green tea flavor. It is easy to prepare and can be enjoyed with milk, cream, or milk alternative. Matcha is rich in catechins, a class of plant compounds found in tea that is known to be a natural antioxidant. Matcha concentration of the epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) catechin is 3 times higher than the largest literature value for other green tea.
- Compound known as EGCg allows for greater fat and calorie burning before or after exercise.
- Can be mixed in cold or nearly boiled water instantly
- Rich in amino acids and minerals (Iron, Calcium, Potassium, L-Theanine)
Matcha Tea Cookie Ingredients:
2 cups of all-purpose flour
1 tablespoon of Organic Matcha green tea
½ teaspoon of baking soda
½ teaspoon of salt
1 cup of packed brown sugar
¾ cup of melted and unsalted butter
½ cup of granulated sugar
1 tablespoon of pure vanilla extract
1 egg yolk
Preheat the oven to 325 degrees.
Grease baking sheets or line with parchment paper.
Sift Organic Matcha green tea powder, flour, baking soda, and salt together in a bowl.
Beat brown sugar, butter, and granulated sugar together in a large bowl. (It’s best to use an electric mixer.)
Fold in vanilla extract, egg, and egg yolk until the mixture is light, creamy, and free of clumps.
Mix flour mixture in with creamed butter.
Continuing mixing until the dough is blended.
Use a tablespoon to form cookies, leaving 2–3 inches in between each serving.
Bake in the oven until edges are lightly browned, an average of 8–10 minutes.
Let cool on baking sheet for a few minutes before moving to a wire rack to cool completely.
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After tea leaves are plucked they are steamed or pan fired. This is to inactivate the enzymes that would otherwise degrade the tea. The tea leaves are then rolled to squeeze the juices to the surface of the leaf. Then the leaves are dried in high-temperature air to reduce moisture.
“Green tea is a widely consumed beverage and its origins date back thousands of years in China. The legendary Chinese emperor, Shen Nung, discovered the detoxifying and health-maintaining properties of green tea around 2700 B.C. In recent years, green tea is being widely studied for its beneficial effect in the treatment and prevention of human diseases. It is considered to be anti-inflammative, anti-oxidative, anti-mutagenic, and anti-carcinogenic and can prevent cardiac disorders.”
Brewing your tea doesn’t have to be hard; follow these steps for the perfect cup of tea.