I love a a good matcha latte made with almond milk. I have even tried having a “Dirty Matcha” which was a shot of coffee with matcha powder and your choice of milk. That one didn’t quite make the cut with me though. I simply love matcha the way it is! That says a lot since I’m a big coffee person!
I have been embracing the raw dessert/treats lately. It is so simple to do. I’m still quite a novice in that area and somehow always ended up with whizzed up version of “cheesecakes” by soaking cashews and macadamias. I am very sure though that there are many other sorts of raw desserts that does not feature heavily on nuts. A few people are definitely inspiring me. It is also so wonderful that there are people right here in Perth loving healthy delicious food such as Tales of a Kitchen . Other blogs such as “The Rawtarian” seems to have some gorgeous photos and tips too.
Since I have increased in my work days, I realised that I need to be even more creative in my time management of making snacks and food. This raw matcha cheesecake can be frozen, and when I’m caught out of not having time to bake or just wanting more variety to add in to Hubby’s snacks, these frozen bites come in handy. As for myself, sometimes I just want something sweet to end the day. A piece or two of dark chocolate usually does the trick (Or a mug of hot chocolate made with a piece of dark chocolate and cacao), but it is nice to have matcha for a change.