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Cinnamon Matcha pudding

I pretty much like everything with matcha, tea (of course!), ice cream, or pancakes. Matcha powder is fine powder made from green tea leaves. It has so many health benefits, boosting metabolism, burning calories and detoxifying. I normally get my matcha powder from our local tea shop. I love this cinnamon matcha powder. They also have turmeric matcha and vanilla matcha powder too. I think I will give them a try when I visit the shop next time.


The cinnamon gives extra flavor to the normal matcha powder. It’s perfect for brewing a cuppa. I also love to use it in making desserts.These delicious cinnamon matcha puddings are very easy to make. Prepare the day before, leave it in the fridge. They are ready to serve the next day. I serve it with fresh fruits, cream or both. It’s a wonderful treat for myself, my friends, or my guests.


Gelatin powder is used in this recipe. Please feel free to use gelatin sheets or agar agar. When I pour the final mixture into glasses, I use a fine strainer to make sure I get rid of any lumps. This step will guarantee a silky smooth texture for the puddings.

I hope you like it. Enjoy! 🙂


Makes 4-6 servings (depending on the size of cups/glasses you use)


  • Cinnamon Matcha powder – 1 tablespoon and more for dusting
  • Vanilla essence – 1/2 teaspoon
  • Full cream milk – 1 cup
  • Single cream – 2 cups for pudding
  • Caster sugar – 60g
  • Gelatin powder – 10g
  • Single cream – 150ml for topping (optional)
  • Icing sugar – 25g for topping (optional)
  • Raspberries/strawberries/ or any fruits  – 10-15, for garnish (optional)


  1. Hydrate the gelatin powder in the cold milk for 3-5 minutes.
  2. Prepare some clean ramekins, little bowls or glasses for the puddings.
  3. Pour 1/2 cup of cream in a bowl. Add cinnamon matcha powder and whisk until the mixture is smooth without any lumps.
  4. Heat the milk with gelatin powder in a sauce pan over medium heat until gelatin is melted completely without boiling it. Add cream, matcha mixture and sugar in the sauce pan. Keep stirring until sugar is dissolved. Be careful. Do not boil it.
  5. Pour the mixture into ramekins/glasses through a fine strainer. Cover and leave in fridge overnight.
  6. Before serve, whip the cream with icing sugar and spoon the cream on top of the puddings. Dust with extra matcha powder. Garnish with fresh fruits, like raspberries, strawberries slices, banana slices or any fruits you like.
  7. Time to enjoy. 🙂



  1. rebbit7 says

    I love matcha so much! This dessert looks delicious, too. Missing matcha like crazy since it’s difficult to find it where I’m currently living, but until then, I will wait until I return home to enjoy!

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    • Thanks. Glad you like it. I love matcha. So good in many ways. Hope you get to enjoy it a lot when you go back home. 😊

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    • Thank you. I do have a FB page. I would be happy to share my recipe in your group. Thank you for stopping by. 🙂


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