White Chocolate Matcha Brownies

By Connie
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These white chocolate matcha brownies are a crowd favourite. Rich in that deep matcha flavour with morsels of white chocolate throughout, it is the perfect bite.


white chocolate matcha brownies

About these white chocolate matcha brownies:

Hola Amigos! Sorry for my disappearance, I was drowned in a pile of papers, projects and chocolate wrappers but am happy to announce that I’m finally done with schooooool. I still have an internship to go before I graduate but that’s a different type of learning.

Since my brain is still friedddd from writing my last undergrad exam everrrr, this is gonna be a lazy post.

These brownies were huge in matcha flavour, but that’s probably because I accidentally dropped my entire bag of matcha into the bowl. The measurement for matcha below is based on my estimation of what fell into the bowl. 30 grams will produce a noticeable matcha flavour that isn’t too overwhelming and will lend that deep green colour. If you’re looking for cakey brownies, these are it! Almost feels wrong calling them brownies because the texture is light and airy like cake. If you’re on a health kick, you can swap out the white chocolate chips for nuts or opt out of them completely.

white chocolate matcha brownies
white chocolate matcha brownies

white chocolate matcha brownies

white chocolate matcha brownies

white chocolate matcha brownies

white chocolate matcha brownies

white chocolate matcha brownies

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White chocolate matcha brownies recipe:

White Chocolate Matcha Brownies

These white chocolate matcha brownies are a crowd favourite. Rich in that deep matcha flavour with morsels of white chocolate throughout, it is the perfect bite.
Servings 16 pieces
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes


  • 1/2 cup all purpose flour
  • 2 tbsp matcha powder
  • 1/2 cup white chocolate melted
  • 1 tbsp milk
  • 5 tbsp unsalted butter room temperature
  • 5 tbsp white sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/2 cup white chocolate chunks


  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F
  • Prepare 8x8in pan lined with parchment paper or greased
  • Whisk flour and matcha powder together
  • Beat butter and sugar until fluffy, add eggs in one at a time
  • Stir in melted white chocolate and milk until combined
  • Gently stir dry ingredients into wet to combine
  • Add half of the white chocolate disks/chips into the batter and mix
  • Pour batter into pan and bake for 10 minutes until halfway baked through
  • Take pan out, sprinkle the other half of the white chocolate chunks on top of batter
  • Bake until set, about another 7-10 minutes
Author: chocolate + connie
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American, Japanese
Keyword: brownies, green tea, matcha, white chocolate

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Credit where credit is due:

Adapted from Completement Flou

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  1. congrats on being DONE! when I hear about mid-terms or finals I am transported to my recurring dreams I used to have in Uni. One nightmare: Showing up at the wrong room for the final exam…then finding that the real room was across campus…running to get there and as I open the door to the room, everyone is done and handing in their papers. time’s up! 2nd nightmare: that I’ve signed up for an economics or math course for the whole year but didn’t know it…and didn’t attend any classes or crack the text open and do any of the prescribed readings. It’s like the final when I realize that I had signed up for this course…and I show up for the exam, sit down and my mind is blank and the paper is blank because I have no idea what I’m doing.
    These matcha brownies look yum! I’m going to try to make them gluten free…

    1. OMG THAT’S TERRIFYING!! READING THAT MADE MY HEART RACE. If that ever happened to me I think I might have gone CRAZY!

  2. May I ask what the measurements are in teaspoons/tablespoons/cups?

    1. Hi Michael,

      Sorry I don’t have the measurements in those units, but this website may help! http://cafefernando.com/conversion-tables/

  3. I love matcha & matcha baked goods ! Any recommendations on good baking matcha brands?

    1. i use whatever i can find at my local Japanese specialty foods, any type of matcha will be fine! also i think there are labels on the packages with Grades

  4. Heyy was just wondering, when do I add my flour and matcha powder to my butter, sugar and egg mixture?

    1. oh silly me! How did I forget to add that crucial step in the recipe. Thanks for catching my major mistake!

    2. I have updated the recipe, sorry again about that!

      1. No problem!

  5. Great brownies, or should I say greenies? 🙂

    1. LOL you need to TM that term before someone else snags it!

  6. Tried this recipe and it turned out great! Used lesser sugar as the white chocolate was sweet enough. As it was a cake brownie, it was a little dry unlike a fudge brownie, still good though! Wanted to share a photo of my bake but I couldn’t attach it to this comment. Matcha

    Lesson learnt: I literally sprinkled the chocolate chips on the batter after it was HALF done. Instead, I should have applied a little more pressure into the batter because when I sliced the brownies which halved some of the chocolate chips on the top, it came out and did not stayed in place. But it’s not much of an issue, just thought I should share. Thank you!

    1. Hi Deetee,

      Wow, you’re so good at improvising and modifying recipes to fit your need, would’ve loved to see the picture that you wanted to send. darn technology 😛

      And thank you for sharing the tip, will keep that in mind for the future!

  7. Hey Connie,

    I tried this recipe today (without adding the chocolate chips) and it seems like the mixture wasn’t enough for an 8×8 inch pan. Had to fold my parchment paper to make the baking area smaller (haha). Do you think not adding the chocolate makes that much difference in the thickness?

    1. lol! that’s so odd, i had too much for my 8×8 pan. the chocolate chips shouldn’t make too much of a difference, maybe a 1cm difference in height. ill check my recipe again but im pretty sure the measurements are correct

  8. Omg it looked so goood! Gotta try this at home. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

    1. im glad you like this recipe!! 🙂

  9. The same happened to me actually. The batter was pretty dry and way too small for 8 x 8.

    1. Hi Kim,

      Sorry to hear that the recipe didn’t work out for you. It appears that this recipe is either a hit or miss but in consideration of your feedback, I adjusted the recipe to incude 2 tsp of milk to help with the dryness


  10. Jem Bordonada says:

    measurements in cups please 🙁

  11. It turned out to be moist, thanks for altering the recipe with extra milk.

    I had doubt about adding 30g of matcha powder, but I trusted you and now I love it, especially when I was baking it, the house was filled with green tea scent!

    Thanks Connie.

    I obtained this powder from a trip to Uji, a town in Japan that full with green tea enthusiasts and produce green tea, feel special about this brownie 🙂

    1. I’m really glad to hear that the alterations yielded fantastic results for you and I’m even more glad to hear that you put your trust in my recipe with your precious matcha powder from Uji! What a beautiful town that must have been 🙂

  12. I had the same problem with not quite enough batter to fill a 8×8 pan. I did the same as a previous poster and used the parchment to make the baking area a bit smaller. I weighed all ingredients, so I think the recipe measurements must be off?

    1. Hi Stephanie,

      Sorry you didn’t enough batter to fill the recommended pan size. I’m not sure where the recipe is wrong, I’ve been trying to find out. I made a single batch and double batch last week without problems. Have you checked if your scale is accurate?

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