Matcha Pudding (Raw Vegan)

Matcha is a traditional powdered green tea that has recently gained huge popularity worldwide among tea lovers. Matcha’s versatility as an ingredient for other recipes is also being discovered! In this recipe, matcha will be used as an ingredient to make raw vegan matcha pudding. A pudding is a dessert steamed or boiled to set the ingredients and have the softness of custard. This matcha pudding recipe does not require steaming or boiling. You just need to blend and refrigerate the matcha mixture to make a yummy and soft dessert.


• 60 grams almond nuts
• 100 grams dates
• 10 grams jelly fig seed
• 600 grams water
• 2 tsp matcha powder
• 1 tsp vanilla extract (optional)


Soak 60 grams of almond nuts in water overnight.
Drain water.
Place the soaked almond nuts in a blender.
Add 600 grams of water and 100 grams of dates.
Blend until combined well and becomes puree.
Strain into a bowl using a fine mesh bag.
Press the mesh bag to squeeze out all the liquid.
Pour it back into the blender.
Add 2 tsp of matcha powder and 10 grams of jelly fig seed.
Blend for 10-20 seconds until well combined.
Once done, strain again into the bowl using a fine mesh bag.
Squeeze out all the liquid.
Transfer the mixture equally to ramekins or medium mugs.
Place them in the fridge for 30 minutes.
After 30 minutes, remove them from the fridge.
Gently transfer each matcha pudding on a plate.
Serve and enjoy!

Matcha Pudding (Raw Vegan)
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