Hey Everyone! I wanted to make something sweet for dessert since my darling made us some yummy BBQ chicken and rice this evening, and although I had the intent to bake something yummy for everyone in order to express my gratitude and NOT post it on my blog, I couldn’t resist. We had the idea of making matcha brownies, and then Ben suggested we use glutenous rice flour instead. They came out so well, that I snuck in a few photographs and decided to share with you all. This recipe for Matcha White Chocolate Mochi Brownies is extremely simple to make and a great introduction to experimental baking with your kids.
These matcha and white chocolate mochi brownies are slightly chewy, while maintaining a traditional fudge and cake-like texture. We didn’t add a lot of sugar to them, since melted white chocolate is mixed within the batter. These are a perfect after dinner treat and gift for the green tea lovers in your life. We absolute loved them and recommend using a decent quality matcha powder. A little matcha goes a long way in baking, so you get your money’s worth when you invest in good quality ingredients. Enjoy guys!
- 100g Glutenous Rice Flour
- 135g Unsalted Butter
- 100g White Chocolate
- 50g Sugar
- 25g Matcha Powder
- 2 Eggs + 1 Egg Yolk
- In a small bowl, combine butter and white chocolate. Melt together in either the microwave in 10 second intervals, or over a double boiler on low heat. Add in sugar.
- Allow mixture to cool until lukewarm, then add in eggs until combined completely.
- Add wet mixture into dry ingredients
- Add in extra white chocolate chips if desired (we did).
- Bake in a 9x9 parchment lined baking pan for 30 minutes at 180c/350F
- Let cool completely and enjoy.
OTHER MOCHI RECIPES ON AMBYCAKES
Butter Mochi Recipe – HERE
Butter Mochi Brownies Recipe – HERE
Mochi Donuts Recipe – HERE