For instance, Blowfish Sushi to Die For (yes, that's the restaurant's name) serves the masterpiece "Zen Garden," at left. This is one of the more unusual matcha deserts out there.
A more down-to-earth confection — and one you can easily make yourself — is Kelly Keough's gluten-free Matcha Green Tea Cupcakes [scroll down the page a bit], shown on the right.
Finally, The Stir's Kim Conte makes us drool — well, I did anyway — with no less than five matcha desserts.
So the question isn't How can you use matcha in baking? but rather How can't you use matcha in baking?.
If I find out the answer to that, I will let you know. In the meantime, I have a lot of yummy treats to test.
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