Gluten free matcha muffins
Since writing my cookbook, matcha has become one of my favorite superfoods to use on a regular basis. Most often than not I add it to smoothies, since it is so easy, but today I made these gluten free matcha muffins that are nothing but healthy and good for you.
You can actually have these on the go or as a sweet treat. I actually added them to my kids lunch for a couple of days and after they were gone I really wished I doubled the batch. If you do you can also freeze these and take them out as you are consuming them. They will keep frozen for at least a couple of months otherwise you can keep them in your kitchen counter for up to 3-4 days.
One of my favorite mixes to make gluten free bake goods is using either coconut, almond or brown rice flour. Sometimes I mix a couple of them together, like for this gluten free matcha muffins, and sometimes I use them individually. I have done some extensive experimenting with them and almost every single time I have had success.
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Beautiful! I love the flavour and the gorgeous colour contrast between green and dark.
Love matcha! It is an acquired taste, but I am so glad I like it. What a neat recipe, and perfect for my mother-in-law who has Celiac.
Such a great idea and a beautiful-looking muffin!
What a great idea!
Ive been wanting to try matcha for so long and when I see a post like this I want to try it even more! Gorgeous muffins…
I can see why you were wishing you’d made a double batch! But hey – great tip on freezing them, so a double batch can’t possibly go to waste (as though there would be any left, though, right?!?!). Muffins always disappear so quickly at my house – my kiddos love nutritious muffins for after-school snacks! Great idea to add the matcha – thanks for the wonderful recipe!
I love anything matcha flavored–especially with chocolate :)
My kids would love to find these in their lunch :) What a great color too!
Hello!!I was wondering if I can replace the almond and coconut flour with rice flour. As you probably know, here in Spain those type of flours are really expensive… I love your blog and you recipes!saludos desde Madrid!
You can but you may need a little bit more. Maybe 1 1/2 cups of brown rice flour. If the batter is too wet using 1 cup use more brown rice flour. Saludos y gracias por seguir mi blog :-)