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Organic Crumpets with a Matcha Twist!

September 30, 2019 in Eat Local & Organic
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A chef spoons matcha powder into a metal bowl. Other ingredients are in the background.
A chef at Pukka Herbs adds in the matcha powder to the flour and yeast to make the Majestic Matcha Crumpets.

A Majestic Matcha Crumpet Morning

Our organic heroes at Pukka Herbs and the River Cottage have whipped up this indulgent organic crumpet recipe with added antioxidant-rich Matcha power to celebrate our mutual love of all things food as medicine.

We rather like the idea of the classic crumpet recipe re-imagined and re-energised with Pukka Herbs’ Majestic Matcha Chai herbal latte powder. Talk about having your crumpet and eating it! This simple and satisfying organic recipe is the perfect weekend breakfast or afternoon tea treat, especially as the misty mornings we wake up to grow colder as we creep closer to wintertime. With a dash seriously yummy farmhouse organic butter and sticky maple syrup. Jumping off the merry go round of life to make homemade crumpets will help you create that quality hygge-time with your loved ones you’ve so been needing.

Majestic Matcha Crumpets Recipe

A graphic for Pukka's Majestic Matcha Crumpets Recipe with ingredients and instructions. Designed by Gwynnie Duesbery, 2019.
A graphic for Pukka’s Majestic Matcha Crumpets Recipe. Designed by Gwynnie Duesbery, 2019.

Step 1:

A chef pours flour for the Majestic Matcha Crumpets into a metal bowl. Other ingredients are in the foreground.
A chef at Pukka Herbs mixes the flour into the crumpet batter.

Step 2-4:

A chef stirs the wet and dry ingredients for the Majestic Matcha Crumpets into a metal bowl. Other ingredients are in the foreground.
A chef at Pukka Herbs combine the wet and dry ingredients until smooth.

Step 5:

A chef pours the Majestic Matcha Crumpets batter into two metal ring moulds to be cooked on a metal frying pan.
A chef at Pukka Herbs pours the batter into two metal ring moulds.

Step 6:

A chef removes the metal ring moulds from around the bubbling Majestic Matcha Crumpets being cooked on a metal frying pan.
A chef at Pukka Herbs removes the metal ring moulds from around two bubbling crumpets.

Step 7:

Six Majestic Matcha Crumpets sit on display on a wooden cutting board with the batter bowl and a bag of Pukka's Majestic Matcha powder in the background.
The final product looks not too dissimilar from the tried and true crumpet original – and tastes even better!


A collection of glass jars filled with grains and flour line a wall of wooden shelves against a white tiled wall. Photo by Kokil Sharma from Pexels.
A fully stocked larder is fully prepared to make a home happy. Photo by Kokil Sharma from Pexels.

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Recipe courtesy of Pukka Herbs and the River Cottage.
Curated and co-written by Editor-in-Chief, Alison Jane Reid.
Layout, graphics, and co-written by Gwynnie Duesbery. Gwynnie recently completed her joint BA(Hons) in Media + Communications and Sociology at Kingston University London after interning with Ethical Hedonist for the past year. Support Gwynnie as our very first paid editorial assistant by pledging to our @patreon campaign, buying our organic magazine t-shirts, donating to our Paypal or hiring us to put some stellar stardust into your ethical storytelling.
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