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My updated matcha latte recipe

My updated matcha latte recipe

As some of you have probably noticed, matcha lattes are one of my absolute favorite things to drink – they are so delicious, energizing and good for you! I have been obsessed with matcha for a couple of years now and I drink a cup of matcha tea almost everyday (simply mix matcha and hot water) + I love to come up with new exciting ways to use matcha in my recipes, but this one will always be one of my favorites! I first tried matcha lattes when I lived in LA for a couple of months two years ago and I have been hooked ever since! My own version isn’t quite as sweet or creamy as the ones you buy at cafés and coffee shops, but it is a lot healthier = I can drink a cup everyday, so I am all good with that ;)

I often show off my matcha lattes over on Instagram and a lot of you have been asking for an updated recipe since I have started to add some extra goodness (collagen + ashwagandha) to my lattes lately, so I thought it was about time that I got around to it. I will write posts on both collagen + ashwagandha/adoptogens and why I love to add them to my diet soon, but until then you can read more about their benefits right here and here!

Make sure to check out my Superfood Sunday post on matcha and its benefits as well + find more matcha recipes right here ♥

My updated matcha latte recipe

Ingredients:
– Yields 1 bowl
50-100 ml plantmilk – I use oatmilk
200 ml hot water – not boiling, around 80 c
1 teaspoon ceremonial grade matcha
1/4 teaspoon pure vanilla powder
2 scoops of collagen powder – optional
1/2 teaspoon ashwagandha – optional
A couple drops of liquid stevia – optional

Add-in: It is very popular to add coconut butter to matcha lattes, it makes it extra foamy and adds sweetness as well, so I recommend giving that a try. Personally I’m not too fond of it as it somehow makes me nauseous, but it seems like I’m the only one with that problem.

Directions:
Simply add all ingredients to a blender and blend for a couple of minutes or until frothy. Pour into a bowl and serve right away, enjoy! ♥

 

   

3 Comments

  • Melissa Arnhild

    Hvordan kan det være, at du kun skriver på engelsk?
    Jeg kunne rigtig godt tænke mig, at læse dine indlæg på dansk :)

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    • Signe - A Million Miles

      Hej Melissa, jeg har altid haft flest udenlandske læsere, så det er derfor jeg skriver på engelsk. Jeg har mange gange overvejet at skrive på både engelsk og dansk (og gør det stadig), men det ser typisk ikke så pænt ud med 2x tekst og to sprog i hvert indlæg. Derudover er det også utroligt meget ekstra arbejde, når de fleste danskere alligevel snakker rigtigt fint engelsk og sagtens forstår det jeg skriver. Men ja jeg overvejer det virkelig, måske jeg prøver i et par indlæg og ser hvordan det fungerer :) Mvh. Signe

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  • Mick Ogilvie

    Signe du skriver skide godt. Fed artikkel og fedt emne. Go girl.

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