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Matcha ice cream recipe without ice cream maker (Video)

Learn how to make green tea ice cream with just 3 ingredients, in 15 minutes and without an ice cream maker. Delicious and simple. Do you dare to try it?

How to Make Green Tea Ice Cream

With temperatures so high these days, few things appeal more than matcha ice cream. But what if you’re a fan of green tea ice cream and they don’t sell it anywhere?And if you don’t have a fridge, how do you prepare it at home?

Well, in a very, very easy way, you will only need 3 ingredients, 15 minutes, an electric mixer and a little patience not to attack the ice cream before it is cold enough ^.^

Matcha Ice Cream - A Delicious Japanese Dessert Flavored With Matcha Green Tea - Homemade Matcha Ice Cream Recipe Without Ice Cream

What is Matcha?

Matcha (抹茶) means “powdered tea”. When you order a tea, typically the leaves are infused in hot water and then discarded. However, in the case of matcha, it is “dissolved” in a similar way to chocolate powder, and they are consumed. The flavor of matcha is more intense than the flavor of green tea leaves, giving us umami and a pleasant herbal flavor.

For those of you who want to get started in the world of matcha. You will soon discover that there are different gradations (qualities) of tea:

The ceremonial gradation is perfect if taken as an infusion with water alone.

If, on the other hand, you are going to make matcha latte, I recommend premium and for ice cream or sweets, you can opt for matcha for baking. Regardless of which one you use, I recommend that the tea be grown in Japan.

Green Tea Ice Cream – Let’s Eat!

For me, green tea ice cream is not only perfect in the mid-afternoon on a hot afternoon like today, but it’s also a splendid way to end a Japanese dinner with friends. Especially when it is accompanied by homemade anko.

So without further ado, here I share with you the recipe for this delicious green tea ice cream.

Una cucharada de servir helados con una bola de helado de té verde matcha, contra un fondo de color azul turquesa oscuro
Receta helado de té verde (Matcha)
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Aprende a preparar helado de té verde con sólo 3 ingredientes, en 15 minutos y sin heladera. Delicioso y simple. ¿Te animas a probarlo?
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Tiempo de congelado: 4 hours
Total Time: 4 hours 15 minutes
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: Japanese
Keyword: Sweets, Easy | Easy, Ice Cream | Ice cream, Matcha
Cooking method: Crudo
Servings: 8
Calories: 366kcal
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Recipe Equipment

  • Bol
  • Batidor eléctrico



  • Enfriamos la leche condensada en la nevera durante un par de horitas.
  • Vertemos la nata (crema de leche) en un bol y, ayudándonos de un batidor, la montamos hasta que aparezcan picos.
  • Seguidamente añadimos la leche condensada (bien fría) a la mezcla y seguimos mezclando hasta que se vuelvan a formar picos.
  • Añadimos el matcha (ver nota), os recomiendo tamizarlo para evitar que queden grumos.
  • Una vez este está incorporado, removemos con una espatula y vertemos el contenido en una (o en mi caso dos) fiambreras o boles.
  • Los tapamos y dejamos enfriar en el congelador durante un mínimo de 6 horas.
  • Pasado ese tiempo, ya podéis disfrutar del helado de té verde. A mi me encanta acompañarlo con anko casero.



A mi me encanta un helando de matcha intenso, así que suelo optar por usar 3 cucharadas de matcha. Sin embargo, os recomiendo que empecéis añadiendo 2 cucharadas y vayáis probado la mezcla y añadiendo más matcha según os guste más o menos intenso. 


Calorias: 366kcal | Carbohidratos: 29g | Proteina: 7g | Grasa: 25g | Grasas saturadas: 16g | Colesterol: 94mg | Sodio: 85mg | Potasio: 228mg | Azúcar: 27g | Vitamin A: 1148IU | Vitamin C: 2mg | Calcium: 179mg | Iron: 1mg
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