AuthorLeah St John, CHN
RatingDifficultyBeginner

Matcha is finely ground green tea leaves, which are just packed with benefits. Some such benefits include its high antioxidant content, metabolism boosting properties, and its ability to produce an alert-calm.

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Yields1 Serving
Prep Time5 minsCook Time5 minsTotal Time10 mins

 8 oz hot water
 6 oz unsweetened plain oat milk
 1 tsp matcha powder*see notes below
 1 tsp sweetener of choiceor to taste
  tsp vanilla extractoptional

1

To a mug add the milk, matcha powder, and vanilla. Whisk until the matcha powder has dissolved (no lumps).

2

Carefully pour the hot water into the mug, and stir in sweetener to taste.

Notes
3

If you are new to matcha, we recommend starting out with 1/2 teaspoon of matcha powder per serving, and then adding more (up to 1 tsp in total) if you'd like it stronger.

4

If you don't want to use oat milk, use a different plant-based milk of choice such as almond, cashew, or hemp. We find that oat milk and almond milk are best for frothing.

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Ingredients

 8 oz hot water
 6 oz unsweetened plain oat milk
 1 tsp matcha powder*see notes below
 1 tsp sweetener of choiceor to taste
  tsp vanilla extractoptional

Directions

1

To a mug add the milk, matcha powder, and vanilla. Whisk until the matcha powder has dissolved (no lumps).

2

Carefully pour the hot water into the mug, and stir in sweetener to taste.

Notes
3

If you are new to matcha, we recommend starting out with 1/2 teaspoon of matcha powder per serving, and then adding more (up to 1 tsp in total) if you'd like it stronger.

4

If you don't want to use oat milk, use a different plant-based milk of choice such as almond, cashew, or hemp. We find that oat milk and almond milk are best for frothing.

Matcha (Green Tea) Latte