Everyone is obsessed with Matcha now a days. Heres a cool recipe for the fall that you can incorporate your favorite ingredient in an unconventional way. Perfect for a family treat, birthday party or play day! Thanks Terra’s Kitchen!
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Servings: Makes 12 donuts
12 store bought plain cake donuts
3 cups confectioners’ sugar
1/2 cup milk
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Edible petals/flowers (violas, lilac, blueberry, carnation, nasturtium, marigold, bachelor button, chive)*
White sugar pearls
Chocolate dipped pretzels
Edible Gold (if you want to be super fancy)
Make the glaze:
Add the powdered sugar to a medium mixing bowl.
Whisk in the milk and extract until smooth.
Divide the glaze between 3 bowls. Leave 1/3 of the glaze white.
Mix in just enough Matcha powder to the second bowl to make a pale green glaze.
Mix in enough Matcha powder to the third bowl to make a darker green glaze.
Cover the pale green and dark green glazes with plastic wrap (pushing against the glaze to keep from crusting over).
Dip and decorate the donuts:
Working with one color of glaze at a time (white first) dip 4 of the donuts into the glaze and rest on a drying rack.
Working while the glaze is still wet, decorate each donut with the flowers*, sprinkles, chocolate dipped pretzels and edible gold.
Repeat the process with the remaining two colors of glaze