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Matcha Chocolate Chip Cookies - Guest Post by AIYA America

Sunday, September 27th 2015 @ 10:59 AM

Using rice flour and baked at a lower temperature, Aiya’s Matcha Chocolate Chip Rice Cookies have a light flavor and retain their beautiful Matcha color!

 

 

Makes about 20 cookies

INGREDIENTS:

  • 3/4 cup Flour (rice flour or all-purpose flour)
  • 1/2 Tbsp Aiya Cooking Grade Matcha
  • 1/4 tsp Baking powder
  • 4 ½ Tbsp Butter
  • 1 medium egg
  • 1/3 cup Sugar
  • 1 oz. Chocolate chips

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Pre-heat the oven to 340 F.  
  2. Sift the matcha, baking powder, and flour together.
  3. Allow the butter to come to room temperature and stir until creamy.  Fold a portion of the sugar (about 1/3) into the butter.  Repeat until all the sugar is incorporated and smooth.
  4. Beat the egg and mix in.
  5. Fold in the sifted ingredients.
  6. Mix in the chocolate chips and allow to rest.
  7. Roll small balls of dough in between your hands, place on a cookie sheet, and lightly flatten.
  8. Place the cookie sheet in the preheated oven and bake for 10 minutes (340F).
  9.  Lower the oven temperature to 300 F and bake for about 10 more minutes.
  10.  Remove from the oven, place on a rack to cool, and enjoy their crunchy texture!

*Note: The cookie dough is sticky. You can portion it onto the cookie sheet using a tablespoon if you prefer.

*Note: Although this recipe calls for rice flour, all-purpose flour can be substituted, but it may result in a slightly different finished product.

For more Matcha recipes, please visit www.aiya-america.com/consumer/recipes

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THIS POST IS SPONSORED AND PROVIDED BY:
AIYA America - http://www.aiya-america.com
As the largest manufacturer of Matcha green tea in the world, Aiya has been the key industry leader in Matcha production and supply for over 125 years. Known for its innovation, quality and safety, Aiya is dedicated to sharing Matcha and its goodness to the world through education.
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