Matcha Energy Balls


This recipe, from our good friend at Keep Kitchens, is perfect for anyone who doesn't have a lot of time in the morning, but still wants to get their daily Matcha fix! Packed with 4 different super-foods, these gluten-free and nut-free energy balls can be prepared ahead of time and kept in the fridge for up to 3 weeks. You can even make a large batch and freeze them so they can be enjoyed month after month. 

Matcha Energy Balls

genuine tea toronto matcha power balls

Prep Time: 10 - 15 minutes
Servings: 24 Match Energy Balls


1 tbsp of Genuine Tea Matcha Uji
4 tbsp of honey
1 1/2 cups of rolled oats
1 1/2 ripe bananas
1/2 cup of coconut milk
1/4 cup of toasted coconut
1/4 cup hemp hearts
1/2 cup kasha
1/2 cup pumpkin seeds
1/2 cup cacao nibs


  1. blend the pumpkin seeds, kasha, toasted coconut and oats together, put blended mixture in a bowl and add the hemp hearts
  2. blend cocoa nibs into very fine grind and place in a separate bowl
  3. rinse blender and add the following ingredients in this order: coconut milk, honey, Matcha Uji and bananas until smooth
  4. stir the Matcha mixture into the ground ingredients and refrigerate for 5-10 minutes (this mixture should feel sticky and stiff enough to hold together) 
  5. create small balls and roll each ball into the cacao nib coating for an extra energy boost! 

Genuine Tea Toronto Matcha Power Balls

3 Responses

M Morris
M Morris

May 15, 2017

Re The Matcha Energy Ball Recipe. It should be Kasha (Not Kesha) , which are buckwheat grouts. Buckwheat grouts are widely available. Make sure you purchase the grouts and not unhulled backwheat seeds.

Beate Barnett
Beate Barnett

February 03, 2017

what is kesha? and where do I buy it? Help!!!!

Tom Cox
Tom Cox

January 28, 2017

What is kesha?

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