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Hot Minute Matcha Green Tea Latte

Serves 1 | ready in 1 minute


    Hot Minute Matcha Green Tea Latte

    Kiss your $5 coffee shop matchas goodbye … because after you make this matcha latte at home, you’ll never go back! All you need are five ingredients, hot water and a blender. The genius of this drink lies in blending coconut cream and cashew butter with hot water. When blended, they emulsify and trap micro air bubbles in suspension to create a latte-like foam … without the dairy!


    Meet your matcha

    Matcha, made from powdered green tea leaves, may help boost focus, concentration and thinking abilities. Plus, it’s a great source of polyphenols (read: high-powered antioxidants).


    Hot Minute Matcha Green Tea Latte


    • 2 Tbsp full fat coconut cream (skimmed from top of chilled can of full fat coconut milk)
    • 1 Tbsp creamy unsalted cashew butter
    • 1 tsp latte-grade matcha green tea powder
    • 1 tsp to 1 Tbsp maple syrup
    • 1/8 tsp vanilla extract or pinch of vanilla bean powder
    • 1 1/2 to 2 cups hot water (around 175 F)


    Per serving:

    • calories170
    • protein3g
    • fat21g
    • carbs10g
      • sugar4g
      • fiber1g
    • sodium7mg



    In high-speed blender, combine all ingredients: coconut cream, cashew butter, matcha powder, maple syrup, vanilla and hot water. Blend until creamy, about 30 seconds.


    Taste and adjust sweetness to your preference. Pour and enjoy!


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