Green Tea Cake Roll

Green Tea Cake Roll
Green Tea Cake Roll

Green tea fans rejoice! This Green Tea Cake Roll recipe is so easy to make, and it’s fabulous for Spring parties and potlucks. The cake roll itself is just a few ingredients, and the green tea whipped cream filling is so easy to make that you won’t believe it. Cake roll recipes are great because they make a dessert that can feel many people at once. With this matcha green tea version, you’ll be the talk of the party. This homemade cake roll is really as delicious as it is colorful.

One dessert recipe that we think you might enjoy if you're a fan of Green Tea Cake Roll is Matcha Green Tea Cheesecake. This creamy and decadent dessert combines the earthy flavors of matcha with the rich indulgence of cheesecake, creating a unique and sophisticated treat that is perfect for any occasion.

If you're looking to try something a little more challenging, we recommend attempting a Matcha Mille Crepe Cake. This elegant and delicate dessert features layers of paper-thin crepes infused with matcha flavor, stacked high and finished with a light dusting of powdered sugar. It's a show-stopping dessert that is sure to impress your friends and family.

For a simpler yet equally delicious option, why not give Matcha Green Tea Ice Cream a try? This refreshing and creamy dessert is a perfect way to cool off on a hot summer day, and the subtle bitterness of the matcha pairs beautifully with the sweetness of the ice cream. It's a great dessert to enjoy on its own or as a topping for a warm slice of pie or cake.

We hope these dessert recommendations inspire you to get creative in the kitchen and continue exploring new and exciting flavors. Happy baking!

Cooking Time10 min

Cooking Vessel Size12 x 17-inch Baking Dish


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I think this green tea cake roll would be perfect for Saint Patricks Day, a day that everything must be green. I must admit I do like green tea especially mid afternoon when the slump kicks in but I have never had green tea in baking so I am intrigued to try this out.


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