Misa from the blog Les recettes de Misa provides us with a healthy and tasty dessert today: Matcha Cupcakes with a Raspberry Heart. We are getting hungry just by looking at them! Icing (or raspberry) on the cake: we were told it is TEATOX Energy Matcha. Nothing more to add!
This recipe will please the kids just as well as the adults, and will be perfect for a family snack! Regain energy and get your fill of fruits with these cakes, and impress your friends with healthy and yummy matcha cupcakes! And even if the color arouse their curiosity, even the most hesitants will fall for the raspberry heart and the passion fruit topping.
Ingredients for 12 Matcha cupcakes
– 75 g organic whole grain flour
– 75 g corn starch
– 2 tsp Energy Matcha
– 75 g organic whole cane sugar
– 1 pinch Baking soda
– 100 ml semi skimmed milk
– 2 eggs
– 1 tsp Liquid vanilla
– 1 sachet Baking Powder
– 1 sachet Vanilla sugar (optional)
– 1 apple
– 2 handful fresh or frozen raspberries
– 1 tbsb cranberries
– 6 passion fruits
Preheat your oven to 180° (traditional oven, top and bottom, no convection oven)
With a food processor, mix the egg yolk with the sugar until the mixture turns white and double its volume (you can also add the vanilla sugar sachet).
Add the milk, the liquid vanilla and the grated apple. Mix well.
Add the flour and the corn starch (eg. Maïzena), the sachet of baking powder, the matcha tea and the baking soda. Mix well. Whip up egg whites and blend them delicately in the mixture with a spatula. Fill up half of your baking tins with this mixture (I used silicone baking tins). Add 2-3 raspberries to every muffin and cover with a second layer, until the baking tins are filled up to 3/4.
Add 2-3 raspberries on top along with some cranberries (from Il était une noir). Put the Matcha cupcakes in the oven for 25 minutes (and keep on eye on them!) Stick a knife in the muffins, if it comes out dry they are ready. If it’s still wet, put them back in the oven for 2 minutes. Let them cool down and when serving, add half of a passion fruit on every muffin.
Misa, a french blogger passionate about cooking, shares her wonderful meals, which please the sight and the taste, with her followers. As she likes to say, she is “not a chef, just a normal girl who likes to cook”. On her blog Les recettes de Misa she posts easy healthy and yummy, and most of the time organic, recipes! What else do you need? Go have a look and get inspired by her pastries, as well as pastas, and even express recipes when you are in a hurry!