You’ve probably guessed by now we love Matcha – for its taste and health benefits! Enjoying a Matcha tea moment is a perfect way to start your day, giving you energy and vitality that lasts!

If man has no tea in him, he is incapable of understanding truth and beauty.
– Japanese Proverb

This week we are using So Delicious Coconut Milk to mix for a real summer cool.

It’s easy to mix up in your Libre tea glass – remember you can use the filter to sieve the matcha for easy blending – then just shake to serve – it’s a great answer to the mid-afternoon energy slump.

We also add matcha to our summer smoothies for added health benefits – they too taste great with the So Delicious beverages.

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But Matcha is not just for tea moments! Here are a few recipes you might enjoy:

As you can see you can add it to almost anything! You can also substitute So Delicious Dairy Free milk into most recipes that call for milk.

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Comments (8)

  1. J. C.

    Reply

    I regularly make Matcha Ice Cream. Since it’s homemade, it’s tasty and without additives.

    I use this recipe as a base: http://justonecookbook.com/blog/recipes/green-tea-ice-cream-matcha-ice-cream/

    We don’t like our ice cream too sweet so I usually put between 1/4 cup and 1/3 of organic cane sugar instead of 1/2 cup. I also make sure to use organic half and half as to minimize the chemicals in my ice cream.

    Other than that, I regularly mix matcha with hot water in my Libre. Give it a couple of good shakes and it’s ready to drink. Easy!

  2. Allyson Tice

    Reply

    I woudld love to share my favorite recipie for Matcha Ice Cream! My kiddos LOVe it!

    1) A gallon of vanilla ice cream.
    2) Matcha or green tea powder.

    Leave the ice cream out for 30 minutes or until they turn slightly soft. Add in a few tablespoons of matcha (depends how matcha-y you wanted your ice cream to be), then stir and blend well with the ice cream. The ice cream should turn light green in color and tastes exotic with a slight tint of bitter flavor derived from the matcha.

    Freeze the ice cream, scoop it up and serve cold.

  3. Laurie

    Reply

    I don’t have a recipe as I have never tried Matcha tea. But I love all iced teas, so I’m sure this would be great with the coconut milk. Would love to try it.

  4. Areta

    Reply

    I love this Matcha Green Tea Latte Recipe!

    Ingredients

    1 teaspoon matcha powder
    1/4 cup boiling water
    3/4 cup plain almond milk or regular milk
    honey to taste

    Bring enough water to a boil for the amount of servings you are making. Whisk 1 teaspoon matcha powder per serving with 1/4 cup boiling water. Once powder is dissolved into water, mix in the milk. Sweeten to taste with honey or agave.

  5. stacey h

    Reply

    Matcha Green Tea Latte
    1 teaspoon matcha powder
    1/4 cup boiling water
    3/4 cup plain almond milk
    dissolve powder into boiling water, mix in the milk.

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