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Matcha Snickerdoodle Cookies

Updated: Apr 21, 2020

Happy Friday!

Man what a week. It’s crazy what a two hour time difference can make. The jet lag has been real. I can’t seem to stay on a consistent sleep schedule! Trying to force it but not force it? Vacation is so hard to bounce back from, it takes me forever to get back into a groove. Even if I have a vacation for two days. Imagine 10!

After Christmas I created a matcha recipe with my new milk frother! So I was so excited when Matcha Fesh reached out and wanted me to create a fun recipe with their matcha! In my last matcha post, I talked about how difficult it is to find matcha without added sugars or other ingredients. We want fresh, untouched matcha! Matcha Fesh gets that and want us to have the same. Matcha Fesh is also committed to helping the environment and uses all their packaging from recycled material and promotes larger quantity purchasing at a discounted price! A company with impressive quantity and quality!! Amazing.

I was thinking of what recipes would taste good with matcha- it does have such a unique flavor so you can’t just throw it into any recipe and call it good.

I have been craving snickerdoodle cookies lately so I had the idea that I would throw some matcha into it. I figured it could either be really good or really bad. I’ll admit, while I was whisking all the ingredients together I was so skeptical but WOW they turned out amazing. I man, snickerdoodles are basically sugar, right? So looking back I’m not surprised they turned out great.

So basically this recipe gives you caffeine and sugar. I don’t know if that’s a good or bad thing. I’m gonna go with good.

Matcha Snickerdoodle Cookies


For the batter:

1 egg

6 tbsp ghee

⅔ cup coconut sugar

1 tsp vanilla extract

1 and ¼ cup almond flour

½ tsp of baking soda

1 tsp cinnamon

1 tsp matcha

For the cookie coating:

⅓ cup of coconut sugar

⅓ cup of cinnamon

1 tsp matcha


Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Mix all batter ingredients into a mixing bowl and combine together with a whisk then a spatula. On the side in a smaller bowl, mix together your cookie coating. Take a cookie scoop and roll batter into your palm. Place into the cookie coating and roll until completely covered. Place cookies on a baking sheet and either flatten a bit if you want a bigger/thinner cookie or keep as is and they will be a bit smaller!

Place in oven for 8-10 minutes, depending on the size you choose.

Powder with some matcha if you’d like once you’re done if you decide!




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