It is delightfully delicious, creamy and smooth, this Matcha whipped cream is perfect toppings for pies, buns, crepes, and so much more!
This cream is made with just 3 simple ingredients (cream, sugar and Matcha) and comes together in only a few minutes. You can just add the ingredients into a bowl and mix them, but there are some tips of making this cream smooth and fluffy.
Let's learn the tips and make Matcha whipped cream.
Tips for Making Delicious Matcha Whipped Cream
1 To prevent lumps of matcha in the cream, and keep it smooth, mix sugar and matcha very well. Also sieving matcha with a tea strainer is recommended.
2 Keep the heavy(whipping) cream cool, as it'll help the cream whip up quickly, and make fluffy.
These tips will all make your work easier:
• Keep the cream in a fridge until you use it,
• chill a bowl in a fridge before using it,
• putting the bowl of cream into a bowl of cold water with ice while whipping.
Cold water and ice cubes in the bowl below to keep the cream cold
Matcha Whipped Cream RECIPE
200ml heavy cream (double cream) or heavy whipping cream
1 In a bowl, place sugar and sieved matcha, and mix well until well combined.
2 Pour half the cream into the bowl, and stir well. Then add the remainder of the cream, stir well.
3 Whip the cream until between soft and stiff peaks or the consistency of your choice. It will take about 3-4 minutes with an electric hand mixer on medium-high speed. You can also make it with a whisk although it takes longer.
How to Serve
Just scoop it with a spoon and put it on pancakes, crepes and waffles. Sprinkle almonds, color sprinkles, or sprinkle matcha on the cream as it looks nice and adds a bitter aquired taste.
You can pipe the cream. Put the cream in a piping bag, and add on cupcakes, jelly, etc.
How cute lookings they are!
Enjoy the delightful moment.
Culinary Grade Matcha
You can use this matcha for making lattes, baking cakes, etc.
Ceremonial Grade Matcha
We recommend ceremonial grade matcha if you enjoy matcha as a drink.
About Matcha Grades, Read from Here
Wakoucha, Japanese Black Tea
Would you like something to drink with your desserts?
Certified organic black tea from Yakushima Island, Kagoshima Prefecture. Less astringency, a bit of sweetness. Drinking without milk is recommended.