Make this your favorite Iced Matcha Latte better than Starbucks. Matcha with cold milk on ice. It's as yummy as it sounds!
How long does it take? 5 minutes!
Refreshing morning beverage that doesn't leave the coffee breath and still provides your much-needed caffeine in the morning! Matcha lattes can be hot or cold, but if you are a fan of iced beverages, this recipe is just for you! You will not only be able to skip the local coffee shop but will also be able to make it at home for less than $1.
HOW TO MAKE ICED MATCHA LATTE
You put a few teaspoons of matcha powder in a measuring cup and add a few tablespoons of hot water.
Whisk it until the matcha has dissolved, and then you pour in the remaining water and whisk some more. I transfer it to the fridge or freezer to chill for about 15 minutes.
I know the cooling part is a drag, but it helps a whole lot in the end result.
After the matcha is cooled, add a ridiculous amount of ice to a glass. And then, pour the almond milk (or milk of choice) into the glass and a splash of simple syrup. Lastly, pour in the matcha. As a result, there is unbridled happiness!
I mean, this isn’t really a recipe but more of an idea of inspiration. (I hope…?)
MILK OPTIONS FOR AN ICED MATCHA LATTE
- Oat milk
- Almond milk
- Whole milk
- Soy milk
In a measuring cup or bowl, add the matcha powder. Pour in the 1 to 2 tablespoons of hot water and whisk until the matcha has fully incorporated into the water. This should create almost a bit of a paste.
Pour in the remaining 1 cup of water and mix. Transfer to the fridge or freezer to chill for about 15 minutes.
Fill two glasses full of ice and add your milk of choice so the glass is about 3/4 of the way full. If you like, this is a great time to add any simple syrup. Lastly, pour in the chilled matcha and stir.