How To Make A Matcha Green Tea Latte

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As a tea lover, and avid green tea drinker, when I heard the buzz surrounding matcha green tea, I knew I had to give it a try. You can get matcha tea drinks at most coffee shops, even Starbucks, but they’re definitely going to cost you. To save a little money, and have the ability to enjoy a matcha green tea latte whenever I want, I learned how to make it at home. There are many health benefits of matcha green tea, so it has been the perfect replacement for coffee. Don’t get me wrong, I still drink coffee, but instead of reaching for a second cup, I typically opt for a matcha green tea latte. The recipe is quite simple, and only requires a few ingredients.

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1 cup boiling water
1 cup almond milk (I used Almond Breeze)
1-2 tbsp of matcha powder
1 tsp of vanilla extract (I use almond because I love the almond flavor, but you can use either)
1 or 2 tbsp of honey to taste


1. Put all of the ingredients in a blender. I personally use a Magic Bullet.
2. Blend for about 30 seconds or until milk is smooth.
3. Serve in your favorite mug.

I wasn’t lying when I said it was simple. I even made a little recipe card below that you can save or pin for later.

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To make it even easier for you, I created a video showing you exactly how I make the matcha green tea latte. This is my first YouTube video, so please be kind (haha)!

I hope you enjoyed this matcha green tea latte recipe. Would you want to see a video on how to make the iced version of this drink? Stay tuned for more recipes coming soon!


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12 thoughts on “How To Make A Matcha Green Tea Latte

  1. MMM Saving this for later! I’ve had a sample of matcha forever that I just don’t do anything with because I dk how to make it haha – do you think it could go bad??

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