Happy Wednesday everyone! I’m so excited today to share this food tutorial with you. Have you ever had Green Tea Matcha Crepe Cake? OMG…It’s probably the most delicious thing I’ve ever tasted. I mean I love green tea and I love cake, so I was in heaven when I first discovered this cake 8 years ago. lol…Anyway, just want to share this recipe so you can enjoy it too. 🙂 Hope you like the video! Please remember to share, like, comment the video, and subscribe to my Youtube channel. Many thanks and I’ll see you next time. Ciao for now…

Always with LOVE,


Btw, if you can’t find any matcha in your local supermarket, you can get the Matcha Green Tea Powder here.


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Food Recipe: Matcha Green Tea Mille Crepe Cake | 抹茶千层蛋糕 (Lady M)
Cuisine Japanese
Prep Time 30 - 60 min
Cook Time 2-3 hours
Crepe Batter
Cuisine Japanese
Prep Time 30 - 60 min
Cook Time 2-3 hours
Crepe Batter
  1. Sift the flour into a bowl
  2. Add sugar, salt and matcha into the flour
  3. Use a whisk to mix them together well
  4. Add the eggs and stir in only 1/3 of the milk, mix them well
  5. Pour in rest of the milk and continue to mix
  6. Strain the batter through a sieve
  7. Use a ladle to scoop the batter (keep consisetency withe the same amount of batter in scoop each time)
  8. Thinly grease the heated pan
  9. Swirl around the pan to spread the batter
  10. Let the crepe cook for a few seconds
  11. Use a spatula to pry up the edges from the pan (if the edges come off easily from the pan, the crepe is ready to be flipped)
  12. Flip the crepe to cook the other side
  13. Set the cooked crepe on a cooling rack or cutting board to be cooled off
  14. Finish making all the crepe with above steps (you should get 15-20 crepes in total, so keep the crepes as thin as possible)
  15. Stack up all the crepes neatly and use a bowl in your desired size as a guide to trim off the crepe edges for a perfect circle shape
  16. Set the crepes aside and move on to the filling
  17. Put the mixing bowl in another bigger bowl with some ice and water
  18. Add matcha and sugar for the filling into the mixing bowl
  19. Stir in the heavy cream and mix them well together
  20. Beat the cream till it thickens
  21. Lay one cooled crepe on a plate or cake stand and spread filling on top
  22. Repeat this step till all the crepes are layered
  23. Dust some extra matcha over the top crepe
  24. You can serve it right away for a softer cake texture or refrigerate 2-3 hours for a more chewy cake texture
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