Healthy matcha blondie recipe made gluten-free and sugar-free in a Fusion Cooker from start to finish. No extra mixing bowls needed.

I had never been able to understand how a dessert like a blondie recipe could be gluten-free, sugar-free, and almost vegan until my friend Jessica from Desserts With Benefits demonstrated her healthy matcha blondie recipe in front of me.

My mind was blown away.

Jessica and I both live in Austin, TX. I told her how I didn’t use my oven to make a brownie and a carrot cake the other day. As a master baker, she’s curious about how that’s possible, so I introduced her to the Fusion Cooker.

Healthy matcha blondie recipe made gluten-free and sugar-free in a Fusion Cooker from start to finish. No extra mixing bowls needed.

Jessica wanted to try it out. Therefore, we decided to do something fun together for the upcoming St. Patrick’s Day. That’s how this Fusion Cooker gluten-free and sugar-free matcha blondie recipe video happened.

Little did we know that our first collaboration would turn into a total 12-hour filming session and the time just slipped through our fingers without us even noticing it. To show you why it took so long to film the video, we included many bloopers at the end of the video, so make sure you watch it till the end.

The truth is that we are two amateurs who are used to be behind the camera. It just feels weird to talk to an inanimate object, aka my camera, which doesn’t interact with us. How we wish you were here! It’d certainly make thing easier.

Enough about us. Let’s take a look at Jessica’s blondie recipe.

Healthy matcha blondie recipe made gluten-free and sugar-free in a Fusion Cooker from start to finish. No extra mixing bowls needed.

It’s made with whole grain oat flour, matcha green tea, organic stevia, and all-natural erythritol. You can substitute the erythritol with any natural sweetener you prefer, though, like raw sugar or evaporated cane juice. We ended up adding white chocolate into the blondie. If you want to make it vegan, leave it out.

According to Jessica, baking gluten-free dessert is challenging enough in the oven. So she wasn’t sure if the Fusion Cooker can handle a recipe like this. The good news is that she was not disappointed.

The entire cooking process, from start to finish, was done inside the Fusion Cooker on my counter. Both of us were a little worried that we wouldn’t be able to get the blondies out in one piece. We were holding our breaths when Jessica flipped the waterless pot of the Fusion Cooker upside down.

Healthy matcha blondie recipe made gluten-free and sugar-free in a Fusion Cooker from start to finish. No extra mixing bowls needed.

Then she goes, “I think it’s out. I can feel it!”

The moment she removed the pot, we were both so relieved. The blondies didn’t stick to the pot at all, and it came out easily after baking. All thanks to the advanced nonstick coating!

The blondies are soft, dense, and sweet. It’s full of matcha flavor and every bite has some white chocolate in it. We were so happy with how perfectly it turned out, not only in terms of the shape but the wonderful flavor and the right consistency!

If you would like to try this recipe in the oven, you can refer to Jessica’s original recipe on her blog.

Gluten-Free Matcha Blondie Recipe Fusion Cooker

Interested in the Fusion Cooker? As mentioned in the video, you can buy one from DelishPlan and join our free Facebook group where the Fusion Cooker manufacturer Tatung USA provides the direct customer support inside the group!

Hope you enjoy this recipe and happy cooking as always!

*Disclaimer: This post is not sponsored. DelishPlan is a proud distributor of Tatung Fusion Cooker for Tatung USA. 


Gluten-Free Matcha Blondie Recipe Fusion Cooker (Oven Method Included)

Healthy matcha blondies made gluten free and sugar free in a Fusion Cooker from start to finish. No extra mixing bowls needed.

  • Author: Sharon Chen
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Cook Time: 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Total Time: 2 hours 45 minutes
  • Yield: 8-12 1x
  • Category: Dessert, Gluten Free
  • Method: Fusion Cooker
  • Cuisine: American


  • 1/2 cup (112g) Raw Cacao Butter, melted
  • 3/4 cups (185g) Unsweetened Applesauce
  • 1/3 cup Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk
  • 3/4 cup (144g) Granulated Erythritol
  • 1 teaspoon Stevia Extract
  • 1 tablespoon Vanilla Extract
  • 1/2 teaspoon Double Acting Baking Powder
  • 1/2 cup 120g Oat Flour
  • 1/2 cup + 2 tablespoons (85g) Quinoa Flour (or Sweet White Sorghum Flour)
  • 4 teaspoons Organic Matcha Powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon Salt
  • 1 teaspoon Natural Butter Flavor
  • 1/2 cup White Chocolate Chips, chopped (optional, omit if vegan)
  • More matcha powder for decorating


  1. Use the waterless pot of a Fusion Cooker. Select the “Cook” mode and level 3. Let it preheat for 1 minute.
  2. Add raw cacao butter in the pot and let it melt. Once the butter is melted, turn off the Fusion Cooker. Add applesauce, almond milk, and granulated erythritol. Use a silicone spatula to give it a gentle stir.
  3. Add stevia extract, vanilla extract, baking powder, oat flour, quinoa flour and matcha powder and salt into the mixture. Stir constantly until the mixture is smooth. Break down any lumps you come across with your silicone spatula.
  4. Add white chocolate chips, and mix again. Since the mixture is warm, the chocolate will start melting, but it doesn’t have to be completely melted before baking.
  5. Flatten the surface of the mixture and cover with the glass lid. Turn on the Fusion Cooker again, select “Bake” mode and press “Start.”
  6. Once the first round of baking is finished, carefully remove the glass lid and wipe off the condensation with a paper towel. Cover and bake again until the control panel of the Fusion Cooker displays “Fin.” Total baking time is around 2.5 hours.
  7. Turn off the cooker, remove the waterless pot from the heating element. Let cool. Use a silicone spatula to separate the edge of the matcha blondie from the inside of the waterless pot. Cover with a large plate lined with parchment paper and flip the waterless pot. The blondie will fall onto the plate upside down. If you’d like, flip it again onto a serving platter.
  8. Decorate the matcha blondie by sifting more matcha powder onto the service. Slice it up and enjoy!


Oven Method: 1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit and line an 8×8″ brownie pan with parchment paper both ways. 2. In a small bowl, whisk together the oat flour, quinoa (or sorghum flour), matcha, baking powder and salt. 3. In a large bowl, whisk together the applesauce, erythritol, melted cacao butter, melted coconut oil, almond milk, vanilla extract, stevia extract and butter flavor. 4. Add the dry ingredients over the wet ingredients and whisk well. 5. Mix in the optional white chocolate chips, if using. Pour the mixture into the prepared pan. 6. Bake for 35 minutes, or until the center of the brownies spring back when tapped. Let cool, then slice and serve!

Recipe adapted from Desserts With Benefits.


  • Serving Size: 1
  • Calories: 154
  • Sugar: 6g
  • Sodium: 76mg
  • Fat: 11g
  • Saturated Fat: 6.4g
  • Carbohydrates: 24.4g
  • Fiber: 1.4g
  • Protein: 1.8g
  • Cholesterol: 1mg

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14 thoughts on “Gluten-Free Matcha Blondie Recipe Fusion Cooker (Oven Method Included) {Video}”

    1. Thanks, Jessica! I wish I could still use the Fusion Cooker in Hong Kong but it’s 120V which will probably explode if I plug it into the 240V plugs here. I could get a voltage converter in order to use all US appliances, but it’s a pain. So it’s probably easier to learn to use the local appliances here.

  1. Hi! My parents got me the fusion cooker, and your website seems to be the only resource I can find, so I hope you don’t mind my questions! I’m not sure how to use it, besides using the provided recipes… Can I just pretend like I’m making a regular stovetop or oven/baking recipe, but use the fusion cooker instead? Or are there alterations that I’ll need to somehow make? (ex.: Can I make box brownies, but throw it in the fusion cooker and just let it bake until it says it’s finished?)


    1. Hi Lisa! I don’t mind your questions at all. Ask away. You absolutely can treat the fusion cooker like a regular stovetop. The cooking level is from 1-5. Think 5 is high heat; 4 is medium-high; 3 is medium and 2 is low heat. So if you want to sauté, set the cooking level to 4 or 5, then use it just like how you would do it on a stovetop. The function that I like the most is grilling, though. You can definitely make box brownies in the fusion cooker. Let it bake until it says it’s finished. Check and if it’s not done, let it bake again. The second round usually finishes things nicely. Hope that’s helpful. Feel free to let me know if you have any other questions. I have many recipes that I can share with you.

    1. Haha… Couldn’t agree more. We will get better next time! Looking forward to our next collaboration! <3
      This is such a great recipe, by the way!

  2. Oh my GOSH! I need to stop looking at those pictures! I am in hunger pains and in love at the same time. That looks amazing. I have almost all those ingredients. I’m going to try this soon!

    1. Haha! Awesome. Those are super healthy ingredients. Hope you get a chance to make it soon. Cheers!

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