| Marie R

Sweet, Antioxidant-rich Matcha Chocolate Covered Strawberries!

 

When ever I eat something sweet, I instantly crave Matcha - whether it is because the slightly bitter and earthy taste of Matcha compliments the sweet taste, or because the amazing compounds in Matcha help to process the sugars!

Matcha chocolate covered strawberries are a great way to bring out the balance of sweet and earthy flavors at play! Not only are they super quick and easy to make, but they are also high in antioxidants and polyphenols! Not to mention, they pair great with a fresh cup of Matcha! 

Prep time: 10 Minutes

Yields: ~30 strawberries


Ingredients:


For the Coconut Almond Lattes
  1. 8oz of white chooclate
  2. MariMatcha Power... 1 tbsp
  3. 16oz of Strawberries 

Directions:


  1. Melt the white chocolate either using a microwave or double-broil method. 
  2. Once the chocolate is completely melted, set aside 2 tbsps for decorating.
  3. Sift in the MariMatcha matcha green tea power and stir to combine.
  4. Dip the strawberries into the melted Matcha chocolate and transfer to a baking sheet to let harden. Drizzle on the white chocolate for decoration and let it cool!
  5. Enjoy with a freshly prepared cup of MariMatcha for an extra boost of antioxidants and mood-enhancing l-theanine!





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