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Matcha Chocolate (Green Tea Chocolate)

Make your own Matcha Chocolate at home with only 4 ingredients and in 10 minutes. Vegan, plant-based, no dairy. So easy and quick to make!

Matcha Chocolate

My boyfriend’s mom loves matcha and I just received my ordered cocoa butter, so I knew a Matcha Chocolate would be the perfect Christmas gift. After a few attempts, this version came out great! It’s pretty sweet on its own, but the taste of matcha is perfect – not too overpowering, and I think the color is spot on!

Also, it’s really easy to make: heat the cocoa butter, mix in the sifted ingredients and filling it in a chocolate mold, leave it in the fridge for an hour or so to harden and – it’s ready!

It couldn’t be any easier and of course feel free to add some dried fruits, nuts or crushed candy if you’d like.

How to store the Matcha Chocolate

The chocolate melts a bit faster than store-bought chocolate, so it’s best to keep it in the fridge. Wrap it in parchment paper to keep it safe.

Matcha Chocolate

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Matcha Chocolate

Elephantastic Vegan
This Green Tea Matcha Chocolate gains its color from the Matcha Powder. Super easy to make and a great gift or treat for all the Matcha-Lovers out there.
4 from 20 votes
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Course Dessert, DIY gifts
Cuisine Vegan
Servings 1 bar
Calories 645 kcal



  • In a double boiler, melt the cocoa butter until it’s completely liquid.
  • Add in the sifted confectioner’s sugar, coconut milk powder & matcha powder.
  • Stir until there are no lumps in the chocolate mixture.
  • Fill the mixture in a chocolate mold.
  • Place the chocolate in the fridge for at least an hour and enjoy!


It’s best to store the chocolate in the fridge, as it melts easier than other chocolate.


Calories: 645kcalCarbohydrates: 40gFat: 55gSaturated Fat: 48gSodium: 5mgSugar: 39g
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Sunday 17th of January 2021

Hi, I don't have coconut milk powder. Is this the same as desiccated coconut? Or can I use coconut milk?


Tuesday 12th of October 2021

@Sabrina, just tried it with coconut milk & came out a bit soggy, Just use coconut powder. the coconut milk with preservatives, like guar gum, won't allow the chocolate to harden. I read using just coconut & water in ingredients in the coconut milk will be a bit easier to harden, but maybe use only 2 table spoons. I'm figuring this out as well, good luck!

p.s I think the coco-nutty (mistake) matcha white chocolate can be a good pie custard or filling, the consistency is there


Monday 16th of November 2015

I was just thinking of making one so I scoured the internet for a recipe and yours is somehow what I have in mind! Coco milk powder is a great substitute ? can't wait to make it!


Thursday 1st of January 2015

What an interesting idea! Looks lovely:)


Thursday 1st of January 2015

Thank you so much for your comment! ^.^ Happy New Year!