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  1. 2 stars
    Very disappointed with these cookies. They spread out way too much and were very greasy. I came up with my own recipe, which worked out way better. Basically, this recipe has way too much butter and not enough flour. I added more oat flour and less butter and they came out fine.

  2. 4 stars
    I made them and I love the taste . I used matcha powder instead . However the cookies are soft and chewy. How do I make them more crunchy ?

    1. Mine turned out crunchy after I allowed them to completely cool. Did you use all of the exact same ingredients and amounts as the recipe listed (besides the matcha powder)? Were there any additional additives to your matcha powder?

  3. 4 stars
    I made this recipe but had a few modifications. I used honey about 1/8 cup instead of the sugar listed since that was all I had and regular matcha powder of 3/4 teaspoons. I added 1/2 teaspoons of vanilla extract and 1/4 cup of white chocolate chip (keto friendly). I wasn’t aiming for completely paleo or keto but more so gluten free which was why I made this recipe. I was a bit disappointed with the consistency though however, it might have had something to do with me using the chips since they melted really fast, so it was very gooey and soft even after cooling. I will try with the nuts next time; I was in the mood for a white chocolate chip cookie that’s why! lol Overall the taste was fine with what I had and the batter with the almond and coconut tasted great. The cookie almost tasted like a coconut macaroon! I will put the cookies in the fridge to see if they set better. I would try again and experiment with it more though!

  4. 5 stars
    Do I need to add an egg if I’m subbing the vital proteins powder for pure matcha powder? Also, can I do just almond flour?

    1. I haven’t tried those substitutions so I’m not sure if it will turn out with those changes. Let me know how it turns out if you do experiment!

  5. I just discovered your site. This recipe is something I have been looking for, a matcha dessert that is paleo! Would it work to use a different bone broth protein powder or plain plant based protein powder and add matcha powder? If so, do I just substitute protein powder by weight or volume? How much matcha powder would I use? I already have these. Thanks!

    1. I’m not sure. I’ve only made it with vital proteins matcha, so your guess is as good as mine! Let me know how it turns out if you do experiment!

  6. I tried this recipe today and I liked the taste. However, it could not stay together and crumble a lot, almost Powderly. I followed the direction. What else could I do to make it more harder?

    1. Did you use the exact same ingredients, including the vital proteins brand of matcha collagen? If you just used matcha in place of that it would not hold together well. The collagen adds bulk to keep it together.

  7. These cookies look so tasty! I’ve not tried any products from Vital Proteins before and might have to give them a go. Such a healthy snack with the benefits of matcha green tea. I definitely need to try out this recipe.

  8. Oooh I have never had Matcha cookies before but I really want to try them and this recipe looks pretty straight forward as well, looks so yummy

    Laura x

  9. Woo hoo! So glad to find a healthy recipe! And I’ve been wanting to try using monk fruit so now there’s no excuse not to. I really love matcha and try to have it as much as possible. Great recipe!

  10. I have matcha tea, and I have Vital Proteins Collagen. Any ideas on how to combine them to get the same flavors as the Matcha-Collagen protein for this recipe?

    1. Hmm, I’m not totally sure, but maybe combine half and half? 2 scoops of VP matcha collagen is about 3 tbsp.