Project: matcha bread spread


Last year in Hong Kong I have discovered some awesome spreads for bread! These awesomesaucespreads are 'matcha spreads' and I fell in love. I have made a blog post about it right here also.

Now that I'm no longer in Hong Kong and my matcha bread spread stash is long gone and no supermarket here in Holland sells them, it pretty comes down to me myself and I. That's right I am creating my own matcha spreads from scratch and it is surprisingly utterly easy.

You probably have all the ingredients you need in your kitchen most likely. I just followed a recipe for chocolate paste spread as the base and simply replaced the dark chocolate for matcha! If you likelove matcha, or you have friends who likesloves matcha just make this simple recipe!   

Vorig jaar in Hong Kong ontdekte ik iets heel lekkers voor op brood, namelijk matcha (Japanese groene thee) pasta en ik werd zwaar verliefd op dit spul. Ik heb trouwens een blogpost geplaatst over deze broodsmeersels hier.

Nu ik niet meer in Hong Kong ben en ik allang door mijn matcha pasta voorraad heen ben en de supermarkten in Nederland ze waarschijnlijk nog lang niet verkopen, rust er nog maar een optie: zelf maken! En het is ook nog eens een makkie om te maken.

Waarschijnlijk heb je de meeste ingrediënten gewoon in je keuken liggen. Voor dit recept heb ik eerst een recept gevolgd voor de welbekende chocolade pasta waarbij ik de chocola vervangen heb voor matcha. Ben je net zoals ik dol op matcha of je hebt vrienden die dol zijn op matcha, vul die jampotten gewoon!

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¼ cup milk
2 tbsp. matcha powder
110 gr white chocolate
100 gr unsalted butter
2 tbsp. coconut oil
pinch of salt
2 tbsp. sugar (optional as the white chocolate is already sweet enough)
Just a tip but I`d love to recommend you to use clean and sterilez jars for this matcha job: wash the jars and lids with warm water and soap then let it try in a preheated oven of 100C degrees for about 10 min. This will keep your jammed up matcha goodies well for weeks in the fridge!
a matter of combine & melt
then it is just a matter of time before it is all gone
Great on toast, pancakes or straight from the knife and don`t worry I wont stop nor judge you from doing that.
Thanks to the coconut oil adding for smooth spreading and smearing.
The Steps
1. In a saucepan add in the: milk, matcha powder, salt and the optional sugar and combine everything until dissolved over medium heat. Continue stirring until it reaches simmering.
2. Once it reached simmering remove from the heat and add in the chocolate, coconut oil and butter. Use a whisk or a spoon to mix everything together until melted and smooth.
3. Pour this in glass jars with a lid and refrigerate until the mixture sets and thickens. It should take around 30 min or leave it overnight!


  1. Yummy! I recently had these rice-cake esque treats with the most delicious, sweet matcha topping. I'm totally book-marking this recipe to try out! It looks so delectable, thank you :D

  2. Wow I love matcha! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Seems fairly easy and looks so good, will definitely try once I get my hands on the ingredients!! 💖 I can't say I love matcha (bec I know some who are die-hard fans haha) but for sure I crave it every now and then. Thanks for the recipe!!

    xo, Lou | Caffeine Rush

  4. This sounds so good. I love anything Matcha!

  5. You are so good at coming up with things yourself! It looks like it turned out well!

  6. Mmmmm now that looks delightful

  7. One of my friends brought back matcha spread from her trip to Asia - she shared a jar with us at work and it was finished within a day!

    Becky @ star violet

  8. After seeing this on your Instagram, I've finally gotten around to reading about it on your blog! <33 -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey's


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