Green tea latte

I recently stopped at a very popular coffee shop with my husband where he ordered a Green tea latte. I was kind of looking forward to trying it and perhaps order one for myself as well, however, after trying it, I was really disappointed.

I mean, how much sugar did this green tea latte have? It was not drinkable at all. We had to go home and dilute the thing with more milk and by then the green tea taste was almost gone.

I really don’t know who can drink this sweet drinks but for sure not me.
Anyhow, enough of my rant. This incident prompt me to make my own green tea latte at home and to tell you the truth I don’t know why on earth I waited so long to start make them.

This not only was super easy to make but a hell of a lot cheaper and tastier all together. I actually made a big batch and kept it in the fridge for future consumption. I really love green tea and from now on I am going to use it much more.

It is very cold here in NJ so excuse me while I make another batch of this Green tea latte and warm myself up with it :-).



Green tea latte

Yield: 2 servings


2 Tbsp Matcha powder, Green tea powder
3 cups organic hot milk, any type will work, I used soy but I also use almond milk sometimes
3 Tbsp hot water
2-3 Tbsp maple syrup, honey or 1/2 dropper nunaturals stevia liquid extract


I have seen many methods of making green tea latte but this is my preferred method.

In a big jar or glass mix the hot water with the green tea powder until it dissolves. Add the maple syrup and milk and mix though. Serve

I keep some of it in the fridge for future consumption.

Nutrition facts calculated based on the recipe giving 2 servings.

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  2. This is a nice, simple and versatile sauce that is wonderful for beef, chicken and pork too. However I must admit that shrimp and beef are in my top 2 favorites to use with Teriyaki sauce. Bring on the rice and the extra sauce :)

  3. this looks crazy good. whenever i go to an asian place, I always try and get shrimp. I love thai basil, it’s so good. Never made teriyaki sauce, just use it out of a bottle, I’ll rethink that next time. this looks amazing.

  4. You can make your own teriyaki sauce?! Aaah! That’s great news. I hate buying that stuff. The first ingredient is corn syrup. :(

    Thank you so much for posting this! And those pictures are amazing. SO pretty!

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  6. I made this recipe for lunch today for me and my husband and we absolutely loved it. We really loved the teriyaki sauce and everthing else. I told my husband that I’m not buying teriyaki sauce any more. I’m so happy I came across this recipe. This is something I will make when I have guest over. Thank you for sharing your recipe.

  7. Hi, I just had dinner with this dish, it is amazing.
    It is also very easy and quick to prepare. Thanks a lot !

    cheers from Italy

  8. This is great. Thanks a lot for sharing. This I will definitely try sometime in coming days. And it simply looks delicious as well. Keep it up

  9. Can you marinate in the sauce and bake in oven?

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