Matcha Green Tea Energy Balls

One of the easiest recipes that we have ever made so far is these matcha green tea energy balls. It really was so simple, that it was our little matcha baker who took the lead on the recipe and rolled his sleeves to get these matcha energy balls rolling in less than 15 minutes. 

Matcha Green Tea Energy Balls - Matcha Oishii

Energy balls are the perfect healthy treat, we mean it. They are just so easy to make, hassle-free, quick, and perfect to eat on the go. In fact, these are no-bake matcha energy balls, gluten-free and you can have them ready for snacking during the day. These matcha energy balls came out so tasty, that when they were all gone, our little one was still asking for more... just imagine!  

To be honest, this was our first time making energy balls, but we absolutely loved it! This recipe of matcha green tea energy balls is sweet, but with the pistachio, it just makes it a playful experience.  

Energy balls can also be called bliss balls, protein balls, but we have chosen to name this matcha green tea energy balls. And all you'll need for this is 5 ingredients: coconut flakes, coconut oil, matcha green tea powder, pistachio nuts, and pitted dates. 

Matcha Green Tea Bliss Balls - Matcha Oishii

Matcha Green Tea Energy Balls

Servings: 12 pieces

Prep time: 10 min

Total time: 10 min


  • 8 Medjool Dates or 10 Regular Dates
  • 1/4 Cup of Shredded Coconut or Flakes
  • 1/4 Cup of Pistachio Nuts (unshelled) 
  • 1 Tbsp of Premium Classic Grade Matcha Oishii
  • 2 Tbsp of Coconut Oil 

Matcha Green Tea Energy Balls Recipe


  1. Add one by one the ingredients of the matcha green tea energy balls to your food processor or hand blender.
  2. Mix slowly until all of your ingredients are well incorporated and you see that everything has been chopped uniformly. 

Matcha Energy Balls - Matcha Oishii

  1. Refrigerate the matcha green tea energy balls mixture for 30 minutes before forming the bliss balls so it's easier to roll the balls. 
  2. Start to scoop out balls about the size of a walnut. You can use a cookie scoop to form the balls. 
  3. Store your matcha energy balls in a container and keep them in the refrigerator. 

It is always best to use Medjool dates, as they are richer and sweeter, but if you can't find them any dates are fine. 

The really great thing about these energy balls is that it really is a very healthy recipe. Matcha powder has amazing health benefits, like giving you sustained long-lasting energy and burning fat; but also, coconut oil, dates and pistachio nuts have properties that are good for your body too. So, on top of satisfying your sweet cravings and eating something healthy, you are nurturing your body. 

Healthy snacking is now ready! Enjoy your matcha green tea energy balls and have them with you to treat your sweet cravings!