Actually soy milk does NOT increase the risk of breast cancer. In her spare time she loves writing about food and DIY projects. Kudoes to those who used but milk. The math is a rough estimate obtained by subtracting the amount of sugar in a 16 oz glass of only milk and a 16 oz matcha drink, so the math is going to be a little off since there isn't 16 oz of milk in a 16 oz matcha drink. Fill with ice and add whipped cream. Your post is misleading. Which means that literally half of their “purifying immune-booster” is unfortunately made up of sugar. Smooth and creamy matcha sweetened just right and served with steamed milk. Matcha is said to be the purest form of green tea. For me to try it. I don't see how Matcha tastes bitter, maybe not using a quality product! Please be careful. Let's take a look at their ingredients and compare. To make a hot green tea latte, heat almond milk in pan or milk steamer until hot. This favorite will transport your senses to pure green delight. Thanks for sharing the recipe , so simple , easy and delicious ! Neither cow's milk nor soy milk will "nullify" the health benefits of the tea. I like quoting the Real Housewives, pretending to know the lyrics to songs I've near heard before, Tom Brady, piña coladas, and getting caught in the rain. They’re delicious, warm, and super healthy… aren’t they? A grande latte made with 2% milk is 240 calories, 60 of which are from fat. Don't like almond milk. 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: Matcha Gummy Bears; Iced Strawberry Matcha Latte Keep reading to find out whether or not a Starbucks matcha latte a actually good for you. Get notified about exclusive offers every week! And let's assume that we're talking about a 16 oz beverage made with almond milk. It's really important not to read the headline of a single study and run with it. But i do love the almond milk... A. Cow milks nulify the health effects of matcha, so this recipe is deceptive. Victoria has a Master's Degree in Social Work with a Minor in Psychology. – and brew yourself a cup at home. Coconut milk mixed with hazelnut milk is good with this also. To commenters experiencing bitter matcha- that sometimes happens with culinary grade and to get an improved taste you need ceremonial grade matcha, which is quite a bit more expensive but very worthwhile. It has more antioxidant properties than drinking green tea alone because you consume the whole leaf when you drink the powdered form. Add dissolved sugar and tea powder. So, unsweetened vanilla soy milk is likely to give you the closest taste, texture, and consistency to what SB uses. The answer is simple: don't use too much added sugar or any cow's milk. I prefer it. Those ingredients are milk, ice, and their own matcha blend. Plus, then you can treat yourself every single day! It generally comes in a powdered form and can be mixed into teas, cakes, and even chocolate recipes. Starbucks uses a blend that is made up of ground Japanese green tea and sugar. So, unsweetened vanilla soy milk is likely to give you the closest taste, texture, and consistency to what SB uses. Using soy milk has the same potential effect as cow's milk. For a lot of people, they are the ultimate way to treat yourself. I used unsweetened vanilla almond milk :) next time will try blending it up . Note: Starbucks uses vanilla-flavored soy milk. Let’s first look at the ingredients. How to Make a Hot Matcha Latte. A hot and an iced Starbucks copycat matcha green tea latte. Add sugar and matcha. use soy milk instead of cow milk. Starbucks uses a blend that is made up of ground Japanese green tea and sugar. Safe yourself the sugar crash – and the money! So, how could a latte with just 3 simple ingredients be bad for you? Yes, pure sugar. The above chart assumes that you used pure matcha powder (not a blend of green tea powder and sugar), unsweetened almond milk, and the recommended 1-2 teaspoons of sugar. Love this ! Which means that literally half of their “purifying immune-booster” is unfortunately made up of sugar. It would have to be organic and non-gmo. Yes, pure sugar. to make less bitter. I would say maybe on the soy milk. The proteins may, perhaps, bind with a certain amount of the antioxidants.