Did you know that matcha and chocolate make for the best combo? Add in some rice crispies for an added crunch, and you’ve got the perfect texture too! Our matcha chocolate bark crunch recipe is easy to make and even easier to munch on.
With just three simple ingredients, and four easy-to-follow steps, you’ll have your chocolate matcha barks in no time! It only requires one bowl and a pan and zero baking. You’ll just need a bit of patience to freeze and set it, and then you’ll be rewarded with the best part of the recipe: breaking the bark into pieces!
Do matcha and chocolate go together?
In this recipe, we went ahead and made it vegan by using dairy-free white chocolate. But if you'd like, you can definitely swap for regular white chocolate instead. Make with caution, however... this treat is addicting!
Like we said, matcha and chocolate are a match(a) made in heaven! The umami earthy flavor of the matcha pairs so well with the deep and rich flavor of the chocolate. Combining them into a dish just makes sense.
If you’re more inclined to use milk or dark chocolate in this recipe, it’ll elevate the flavor profile of the matcha bark. Just to note though, it will change the appearance and won’t look as vibrantly green as when it’s mixed with white chocolate. But it will taste just as good—maybe even better.
Matcha Chocolate Bark Crunch Recipe
Matcha Chocolate Bark Crunch Ingredients:
Matcha Chocolate Bark Crunch Directions:
- Melt the white chocolate, and then sift in the matcha powder. Mix until well combined.
- Add in the rice crispies, and mix.
- Pour in a tray lined with parchment paper.
- Freeze until set, and once ready, break into barks.
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Using Organic Culinary Grade Matcha is highly recommended in this recipe in order to get a stronger and deeper flavor out of the high quality matcha. And maybe experiment further and try it out with our well-loved Organic Hojicha Powder.
Hojicha is a roasted form of matcha powder. It has a natural sweetness and rustic aroma to it as compared to matcha’s earthy flavors. Using hojicha powder in this recipe will give it a slightly nuttier and deeper flavor—still pairing well with chocolate.
If you liked this matcha chocolate bark recipe, we have many more easy matcha dessert and snack recipes you can try. We guarantee they taste amazing!
- Matcha Cookies and Cream Ice Cream
- Vegan No Bake Matcha Protein Bars
- Guilt-free Matcha Yoghurt Bark Recipe
- Matcha Yoghurt Parfait