Matcha Crepes with PureChimp*

PureChimp Matcha Green Tea Recipe

Its no secret that I’m a huge lover of matcha, but I will admit to the fact that I tend to be very boring with how I use it – normally its a scoop in my morning juice and that’s that, so when I got my packet of PureChimp last month, I was looking forward to having the opportunity to experiment for a change!

As matcha is normally part of my morning routine, I knew I wanted to come up with a yummy way of having an antioxidant filled breakfast, and what is more perfect on a Sunday morning than a stack of pancakes?

PureChimp Matcha Green Tea Recipe

Whether you call them pancakes or crepes, this light and delicious stack will get you feeling happy and ready to start any day, and they’re really easy to make:

  • Whisk together 300ml skimmed milk (or a dairy-free substitute!), 100g plain flour and 2 eggs
  • Add 1/2 teaspoon of Matcha Super Tea and whisk until smooth
  • In a frying pan, heat coconut oil (any other cooking oil will also work), ensure the pan is well oiled then pour any excess off
  • Pour the mix into the frying pan and tip it around to get a nice even spread, cook for a minute on a medium heat, until you can easily flip the pancake, then cook the other side!

This mix will also keep in the fridge for 3 days, so you can whip up a big batch and make just a few pancakes at a time – hello quick and easy breakfast! You can serve with lemon and sugar, chocolate sauce or even ice-cream, because you’re an adult and that’s ok.

Green is good, embrace the super tea!

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PureChimp were kind enough to send me the matcha for this post. All views are my own.

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