Chocolate Matcha Cookie Cups

Catalina Castravet
By Catalina Castravet
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4.8 from 10 reviews

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Cook time Cook time: 13 minutes

Matcha Cookie Cups are a delightful combination of chocolate cookie cups filled with a creamy mascarpone and creme cheese matcha frosting.

I love making gorgeous and delicious cupcakes. Among my popular once are Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter CupcakesBest German Chocolate Cupcakes and Galaxy Cupcakes.

Chocolate Matcha Cookie Cups

Matcha Cookie Cups are an amazing combination of chocolate and matcha green tea frosting. These cookie cups look like cupcakes, but the base is made of a chocolate sugar cookie. Also, the chocolate sugar cookie is slightly pressed with a small jar right after baking, to create a well that is later filled with matcha green tea frosting. Matcha Frosting is easily made with just 5 ingredients and is luxuriously rich and creamy.

Matcha Cookie Cups Recipe Tips

  • For the cookie cups, make sure you spray or butter well the muffin tins. This way, the cookie cups won’t stick. Additionally, an extra measure would be to sprinkle a little flour onto the muffin tins.
  • Similarly, I find that silicone muffin tins work best as they make cookie cu removal much easier.
  • Make sure you don’t over bake the cookie cups. They need to have a soft center when you remove them from the oven.
  • After you remove the cookie cups from the oven, instantly use a small jar to create the wells. Because if you wait, the cookies will harden and you won’t be able to press down the center.
  • If the jar you are using to create the wells sticks to the cookie cups, spray it slightly with baking spray.
  • I used a regular, small cinnamon powder jar, but shot glasses will also work fine to make the wells.
  • In addition, make sure you let the cookie cups cool as advised in the recipe. You don’t want them to be too soft to crumble when removed from the muffin tins.
  • Be gentle when removing the cookie cups from the muffin tins. Work slowly and carefully, especially if you are NOT using a silicone muffin tin.
  • Also, for the matcha frosting make sure your ingredients are at room temperature. If you are making this recipe during the summer and your house is too hot, make sure the cheeses don’t start to melt.
  • Matcha powder can be replaced with cacao and enjoy some delicious chocolate cookie cups.
  • The Matcha Cookie Cups are best served chilled as the frosting will soften at room temperature.

 
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4.8 from 10 reviews

Matcha Cookie Cups

Matcha Cookie Cups are a delightful combination of chocolate cookie cups filled with a creamy mascarpone and creme cheese matcha frosting.

Author: Catalina Castravet Serves: 20 servings
Prep time: 30 minutes Cook time: 13 minutes Total time: 43 mins

Ingredients

Chocolate Cookie Cups:

Matcha Cream:

Instructions

Chocolate Cookie Cups:

Matcha Cream:

Nutrition information

Calories: 429 Carbohydrates: 39 Protein: 6 Fat: 28 Saturated Fat: 16 Cholesterol: 88 Sodium: 289 Potassium: 117 Fiber: 1 Sugar: 28 Vitamin A: 1065 Calcium: 87 Iron: 1.8

Notes:

Recipe time does not account for time you need the cookie cups to cool, about 30 minutes or more.

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Laurie Emerson

I would like to try the Chickbean Crisps Zesty Ranch.

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Joy Venters

chickbean crisps with sea salt is what I would like to try

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Nancy Bowers

The chickbean crisps sea salt are what I'd like to try.

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Pamela

Man! Everything looks so yummy! Maybe the BBQ chickpeas

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Michelle Hill

I think the Lentil Sea Salt Crackers would be tasty.

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Celeste Herrin

The chickbean white cheddar crisps sound great! I'd love to try those :-) Thank you so much for the chance!

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ldevine

oooh oooh nice and sweet

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latanya

the cheddar beanstalks

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Lauren

I would like to try the Cucumber Dill Lentil Chips.

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Debbie Welchert

I would love to try their Cheddar Bean Stalks. They sound so good.

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Stephanie Liske

I would like to try the Chicken Pad Thai.

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Katrina Brockavich

I want to try the Chickbean Crisps Zesty Ranch! Yum!

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Dandi D

The Lentil crackers look really yummy too!

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Carl White

The Korean BBQ crunchy chickpeas should be in my mouth now.

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Dana Rodriguez

Saffron Road cheddar BeanStalks sound good!

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