Japanese Diet 5~Matcha Green Tea Soft Cookies

Dinner is over. Now you've started to regret "Why didn't I buy that cheesecake? It was on sale! I am dying for something sweet!!"


But it's too late. You have showered and are now wearing your favorite pajamas...


No worries! Here is a quick dessert recipe, which you can make as it only needs something that you always have in your kitchen. 


Just stir the ingredients with a tablespoon and put it into the toaster oven. Then it will be done while you're doing dishes or making coffee/tea.


You have probably heard of a pound cake recipe. One pound of flour, one pound of butter, one of pound sugar and so on.


My recipe is quite similar, but obviously, one pound of butter/sugar is way too ridiculous for your diet.


Are you ready? Here is everything that you need:


1 tablespoon whipped butter

1 tablespoon cream cheese

1 tablespoon maple syrup 

2 tablespoon pancake/waffle mix

1-2 teaspoon sugar

1 package (1.5g) of Matcha Powder (no sugar)


1. Place the butter and cream cheese in a bowl and microwave for 10 seconds.


2. In the bowl, pour pancake mix, Matcha Powder, maple syrup and sugar. Stir well.


3. Spray non-stick oil (or spread a thin layer of butter with your fingers) on to a baking sheet or aluminum foil. Drop the mixture shaping in your choice of size. (As you can see in the photo, they are divided into 4 pieces)


4. Bake in a toaster oven for 6-7 minutes, until it's slightly brown.


5. Cool them for a while and dig in!