Fancy a tasty summer dessert with strawberries ?

What we love about this iconic Italian dessert is its simplicity. Panna cotta is very quick to make and the results are delicious. It just melts in your mouth thanks to the silky smooth texture.

Strawberry Matcha Panna Cotta is also a fantastic dessert for those new to matcha tea. Depending on your taste, you can alter the amount of matcha to make the panna cotta taste more subtle or more intensive. 

Summer is almost here, so why not use it as a chance to make green panna cotta and introduce your friends to the taste of matcha? 😉


    • gelatin leaves – 3
    • 30% cream – 400 ml
    • milk – 200 ml
    • sugar – 50 g
    • traditional matcha – 2 teaspoons
    • strawberries – 200 g
    • brown sugar – 1 tablespoon
    • lemon verbena leaves (optional)
    ice matcha latte


    1. Soak gelatin leaves in cold water for about 10 minutes.
    2. First, mix the milk and cream with matcha and sugar and heat to about 55-60 degrees Celsius. Add the gelatin and mix well. Pour the mixture into glasses and refrigerate for at least 4 hours.
    3. Prepare the strawberries: dice, add chopped lemon verbena, and sprinkle with brown sugar. Mix and set aside before serving with the prepared panna cotta.
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