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Learn how to make an Iced Matcha Green Tea Latte at home! This delicious drink is easy to make with only three ingredients. It’s vegan with a sugar-free option.
If you ever order an Iced Matcha Green Tea Latte when you go to coffee shops, you are going to love this recipe.
It’s so easy to make them in your own kitchen with only a few ingredients and a blender.
I love being able to enjoy this refreshing beverage whenever I want.
Plus I save so much money by making them myself.
And it’s also nice to be able to control the ingredients.
You can even make them sugar free!
You only need three ingredients to make an Iced Matcha Green Tea Latte.
First you need matcha powder, which is made by grinding green tea leaves into a vibrant powder.
It used to be harder to find this Japanese tea, but now I’m able to purchase it at my local supermarket.
It usually comes in a tin or resealable bag.
Besides using it to make a beverage, I love to make Matcha Green Tea Chia Pudding.
If you see culinary grade and ceremonial grade, choose the less expensive culinary grade for this recipe.
You’ll also need unsweetened non-dairy milk.
My favorite is organic soy, but you can choose whatever variety you like, such as almond, coconut, oat, cashew, or macadamia.
I experimented with several different sweeteners and found that Torani syrups are my favorite for making Iced Matcha Green Tea Lattes.
While I don’t like my tea to be very sweet, I find a little bit of sweetener makes the matcha taste even better.
My favorites are Torani Vanilla Syrup and Torani Sugar Free Vanilla Syrup.
The classic syrup only adds 40 calories to your drink and is made with real ingredients like pure cane sugar and natural flavors.
But if you’re watching your sugar or calorie intake, the Sugar Free variety doesn’t add any calories!
You can find where Torani syrups are sold near you by checking this store locator.
I buy mine at my local Ralphs.
And you can get $1.00 off any Torani Syrups and Sauces by adding the coupon to your Ralphs rewards card.
And while vanilla is my favorite flavor to sweeten matcha, the fruit flavors are also delicious in this recipe.
I’ve always liked peach flavored tea, so I picked up a bottle of Torani Peach Syrup to enjoy in an Iced Matcha Green Tea Latte for something a little different.
Other flavors that go well with green tea include Coconut, Mango, and Passion Fruit.
I love being able to make different variations of my favorite iced drink.
And the syrups are perfect for making other beverages such as Vegan Boba Tea.
Since matcha requires whisking to avoid clumps in your tea, I found the easiest way to make an Iced Matcha Green Tea Latte is in your blender.
You’ll get a little foam on top like you would if you whisked it by hand, and all the ingredients will be well combined.
All you need to do is add the ingredients and blend.
It’s so fast and easy!
Plus clean up is simple, too.
Matcha green tea has many health benefits.
Like other green teas, matcha contains less caffeine that coffee or black tea.
Studies have shown that it helps prevent heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and can help promote weight loss.
So you can feel good about enjoying this delicious beverage.
Now let’s make an Iced Matcha Green Tea Latte!
Iced Matcha Green Tea Latte (Vegan)
Delicious Iced Matcha Green Tea Lattes are easy to make with only three ingredients. They are vegan with a sugar-free option.
- 1 teaspoon matcha powder
- 1 cup unsweetened non-dairy milk (I use organic soy)
- 1 Tablespoon Torani Vanilla Syrup or your favorite flavor (See Recipe Notes)
Add the matcha powder, non-dairy milk, and Torani syrup to the jar of a high-speed blender.
Blend well until no clumps of matcha remain.
Pour over a glass of ice and enjoy!
For the sugar-free version, use a Torani Sugar Free syrup such as Sugar-Free Vanilla. (Torani Vanilla contains 40 calories per tablespoon, while Torani Sugar Free Vanilla contains 0 calories per tablespoon.)
If you prefer a sweeter matcha latte, add an additional tablespoon of Torani Syrup.
If you make an Iced Matcha Green Tea Latte, or any of the other recipes on the website, I would love to see your creations!
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