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123 Green Tea Ice Cream

Rated as 4.28 out of 5 Stars
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"Make this delicious green tea ice cream using ready made vanilla ice cream."
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Ingredients

5 m servings 134
Original recipe yields 2 servings (1 cup)

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Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 134 calories; 7.3 15.8 2.5 29 53 Full nutrition

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I was skeptical about this, especially since I got "green tea powder", not "matcha" at a chinese grocery store. But it worked out reeeeeally well.

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I tried this recipe in order to get a sugar-free dessert for a diabetic friend who was coming to an Asian themed dinner, so I used S/F ice cream. In order to get the Matcha mixed in well with t...

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I was skeptical about this, especially since I got "green tea powder", not "matcha" at a chinese grocery store. But it worked out reeeeeally well.

Yum, yum, yum. I love anything with matcha in it! I must admit, 1 cup of ice cream only makes one serving in this household!

Not bad! A little too simplistic! But great flavor. Remember to use GOOD QUALITY vanilla ice cream it could make all the difference!

I mixed the tea powder with a tiny bit of water first thinking it would blend faster. Didn't really work as planned. When I added to the ice cream it caused tiny little bits of frozen green t...

I have a feeling this will be something that my friends would find interesting. This will be their first time to taste green tea ice cream, totally different from the commercial ice cream. Will...

This was fantastic. It was just enough green tea. Perfect for a quick snack. I used soft vanilla ice cream, so I didn't need to pound it, just stir. I'll be making this for my family and friends.

Not sure about the whole pounding technique with this. It is just as easy to let the ice cream soften a little on the counter. The strength of matcha really varies form source to source. And it ...

I tried this recipe in order to get a sugar-free dessert for a diabetic friend who was coming to an Asian themed dinner, so I used S/F ice cream. In order to get the Matcha mixed in well with t...

I loved this, it was delicious!