After many days of procrastinating, I finally made something delicious. And I also developed my first vegan recipe, Matcha Oat Milk Popsicles with Tea Mochi. This recipe uses simple ingredients that you can find in The Mochi Set from Paragon Tea Room. It will take you less than 15 minutes to make these foolproof, kid-friendly popsicles.
The Mochi Set from Paragon Tea Room comes with 30g of Genmaicha, Baking Matcha, and Hojicha Bronze tea powder (a total of 3 packs), glutinous rice flour, corn starch, and Barista Edition Oat Milk from Earth’s Own. It also includes two foolproof recipes to make mochi and mochi dip at home. Click here for more details.
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If you got too bored from making mochi, you can also use this set to make some popsicles, as Barista Edition Oat Milk is rich and creamy. So the flavor won’t get diluted, and instead, it remains nutty and creamy even after frozen. I also added some tiny tea mochi to the popsicles, and they surprisingly remain chewy which give a great texture contract for this treat.
And on a side note, if you are looking for a great popsicle mould, I highly recommend the Silikomart Silicone Mini Ice Cream Bar Mold that I got from Amazon. I like how it is oven and freezer safe, so I can use the mold for baking as well.
Matcha Oat Milk Popsicles with Tea Mochi
- 1 cup Barista Edition Oat Milk from Earth’s Own
- 2g Matcha Powder, sifted
- 1 tbsp Hot Water
- 2 tsp Sugar
- 25-30 tiny mochi cubes (I use 1/4 portion of the recipe on the Mochi Set)
- In a small bowl, sift the matcha powder. Add sugar and hot water. Whisk until combine with no lumps. This is where you should taste your mixture and adjust on sugar level.
- In another bowl, pour the matcha mixture through a sieve. Add oat milk. Mix until combine.
- Add 2-3 pieces of mochi into the popsicle mould. Try to evenly them across the entire popsicle. If you are using a regular size popsicle moulds, you might want to add more (at least 10 pieces). Add in popsicle sticks.
- Fill the popsicle mould 3/4 full with matcha oat milk (don’t throw away the leftover milk). Put in the freezer for at least 30 minutes.
- Once the surface of the popsicles is frozen, you can add another 2-3 pieces of mochi to each one. Fill the mould with more matcha oat milk.
- Freeze overnight and remove the popsicles from the mould. Read to serve.
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