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Matcha Financier

A really really easy bake without the need for a mixer of whatever not! Just stir with your wooden spoon! HOW EASY! I like this fuss-free bake for days when I just need to eat some love and get some love into my tummy IMMEDIATELY (+ max 45 mins. hehehe)

This is how your crumble should NOT look like. way too many butter clumps, yours should look like coarse bread crumbs!

I NEED TO PUT A DISCLAIMER THAT THE CRUMBLE LOOKS DIFFERENT FROM BEFORE I PUT INTO THE OVEN AND AFTER BECAUSE: I had too much butter in my first batch of crumble and it melted and melded with the financier batter. So, I made the crumble again with less butter, topped it again and baked it again. So if yours melt, it means it has too much butter! I didn't measure my crumble but I tried my best to estimate the second batch and it turned out like how I like it to be because it provided some form of small crispy crunch.



Makes 12 financiers

Prep time: 15 mins

Bake time: 20 mins


40g butter, cold and cubed

20g sugar

1/2 cup plain flour

1 tbsp matcha powder

  1. Mix crumble together with your fingers until it resembles coarse bread crumbs. Fridge it until ready to use.

Matcha Financier

90g almond flour

45g plain flour

1 tbsp matcha powder

90g sugar

A pinch of salt

120g egg whites

75g butter, melted

  1. Preheat oven to 180'c.

  2. Zap butter in the microwave till melted (about 45s).

  3. In a medium sized mixing bowl, mix almond flour, plain flour, sugar and salt together.

  4. Add egg whites into the mixing bowl, stir to combine.

  5. Add in melted butter and mix well.

  6. Pour into your financier mold, top generously with the crumble and bake for about 15-20 minutes, or till puffed up/cooked.

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