This copycat recipe shows you how to make your own Starbucks Iced Matcha Latte at home with just three ingredients.
I love this drink sooooooo matcha!
Okay, that’s it for the matcha puns. I promise.
I’m a simple gal when it comes to my caffeine drinks and generally not a lover of crazy coffee drinks or over the top Starbucks creations.
However, I fell in love with this drink many years ago when I worked for a production company here in Los Angeles. I’ve never been able to shake my love for it.
These days I make it at home several times per week.
It’s super easy to make and all you need is milk (whichever kind you prefer), matcha powder, and vanilla syrup.
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I personally prefer the caffeine buzz I get from matcha versus coffee. No jitters and I’m more focused. Some people even use it as a dietary aide because it suppresses your appetite.
To mix the green tea latte, I like to use my handheld milk frother. It is hands done one of my favorite kitchen tools that cost less than $10. I also used it to make my Lucky Charms Cereal Milk Latte.
If you don’t have one, mixing with a regular ol’ spoon works great.
Update: I’m adding a few tips and techniques that can help you make your matcha lump free!
How To Make Matcha Without Lumps
- Sift your matcha powder with a food sifter
- Whisk dry powder in your cup before adding any liquid
- Use a matcha whisk
- Use an Electric Whisk/Milk Frother
- Whisk matcha powder with a little bit of warm or hot water to dissolve before adding any more liquid
Other Matcha Recipes:
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- Starbucks Caramel Macchiato
- Starbucks Irish Cream Cold Brew
- Taco Bell Crunchwrap Supreme
- Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits
- Taco Bell Quesadilla
- 1 Cup Milk (Cow, Almond, Coconut..your choice)
- 1–2 Tsp Matcha
- 1 Tablespoon Vanilla Syrup (I use this one, Starbucks uses this one)
- 1 Cup Ice
- Place milk, matcha powder, and vanilla syrup together in a cup.
- Mix well with a regular spoon or a milk frother.
- Once well combined, add ice.
- Calories: 206