Soy Matcha Latte (without a frother!)

Hello everyone!
Sorry I’ve not been blogging as much. Well, life is life. That’s all I can say. But keep your eyes peeled! I have 3 new recipes up my sleeves 😏

Now for the first one…
I am a huge fan of matcha. If there’s chocolate and matcha on the menu, I’ll go for matcha. I mean, I adore chocolate but I love matcha even more.


So I finally came across matcha powder while grocery shopping yesterday! Matcha latte this morning is a must!!!!! More matcha recipes coming soon for sure!!!


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Now back to my glorious glorious matcha green tea latte 😍 Dairy free, sugar free and frothy without a milk frother 😏

1/2 cup hot water, not boiling
1/2 cup vanilla soy milk or milk of choice
1 tsp matcha powder
1 tbsp raw honey, or sweetener of choice to taste
Grab your serving mug and place your matcha inside. Add a small splash of water, about 2 tbsp, and mix until no lumps.
Once it’s totally lump free, add in the rest of the water until a little bit less than half of your serving mug and stir well.
Sweeten your latte at this point if you wish.
Microwave your milk for 20 to 30 seconds or gently heat until it just begins to bubble on the stove and transfer to a glass jar with a lid on. Shake the milk vigorously for 10 to 20 seconds and there you have it, frothy dairy free milk!!
Pour your milk into your matcha mixture and add in your sweetener if you haven’t. However, by stirring in your sweetener, you will lose some of your frothy bubbles so, take a picture first then sweeten 😁

Enjoy your nice warm cup of inexpensive matcha latte that’s much healthier for you because there’s no dairy and refined sugar.

Have a lovely day x

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