Sip on this Iced Strawberry Matcha Latte! Infused with berry flavor, sweetened with honey, made with dairy free milk and full of lasting non-jittery green tea energy!
This is what dreams are made of.
Specifically, if your dreams include icy cold, ultra-creamy, fruit infused tea things that are part dessert but equal part 100% healthy like this Iced Strawberry Matcha Latte.
It is full of green tea flavor (which brings mega sustainable energy and antioxidants!), is sweetened naturally with pure honey, and is infused with REAL strawberry flavor from real strawberries.
It is worthy of being the first thing you think of in the morning and it has your back with hours of non-jittery matcha energy to power you through the day.
Reasons to love this recipe!
- Makes enough for 2-4 lattes at once! Perfect for easy mornings.
- It get’s its strawberry flavor from real berries! Nothing artificial.
- It’s paleo, gluten free, and can be made vegan.
Ingredients and substitutions:
- Almond milk – coconut, soy, etc. Pick your favorite!
- Matcha – choose a cerimonial grade matcha, not a culinary grade!
- Honey – or maple syrup or agave.
- Strawberries – fresh, not frozen.
How to make a Strawberry Matcha Latte:
Blend: Add the almond milk, honey, and matcha to a blender. Blend until it’s smooth and without any clumps.
Infuse: Pour it into a jar with the strawberries. Transfer to the fridge and let the strawberries infuse the tea for at least 30 minutes. Pour over ice and enjoy!
Store your strawberry matcha in a jar in the fridge for 4-5 days. The strawberry flavor will continue to intensify over time, so you may want to strain your berries out once you’ve reached your perfect flavor profile. Pour over ice and enjoy!
Let’s talk matcha for a minute?
Matcha is an ultra healthy green tea powder! There are different grades of matcha from culinary to ceremonial, and for any drink application, you will want to reach for the ceremonial stuff. It is the most flavorful and least scrunch-you-face-up bitter.
The real way to whip up this drink is with some special matcha tools like a scooper, whisk, sifter and matcha bowl. This undoubtable creates a beautiful, tasty, elegant cup of tea, but I am team blender all the way.
Since I have yet to master the art of whisking matcha (you’re supposed to do it in an M shape, I think?), for me it is easier, more convenient, and much quicker to chuck the matcha, milk and sweetener in the blender and give it a whirl.
The matcha mixes in without clumps, there are less dishes to clean, and it creates a soft foam on the top of your drink. Which, for a foam lover like me is HEAVEN.
Best types of matcha to use for a latte
For the best tasting matcha latte, you want to use ceremonial grade, not culinary grade. Cerimonial grade has the most flavor with the least amount of bitterness. Also make sure that it’s shade grown for the highest nutrient count.
Here are a few brands I love that fit the requirements above:
More matcha recipes!
- Pineapple Matcha Drink – another delicious fruit-infused matcha!
- How to Make a Matcha Latte – 3 easy ways!
- Lavender Matcha Latte
- Berry Matcha Latte Popsicles
- Honey Coconut Matcha Latte – a tried and true reader favorite!
Sip on this Iced Strawberry Matcha Latte! Infused with berry flavor, sweetened with honey, made with dairy free milk and full of lasting non-jittery green tea energy! This tea latte is paleo, healthy, and requires just four ingredients – matcha powder, almond or coconut milk, honey, and strawberries!
- 4 cups almond milk
- 3 tablespoons honey, or more to taste
- 1 rounded tablespoon matcha
- 1 cup sliced strawberries
- Add the almond milk, honey, and matcha to a blender. Blend until smooth. Pour it into a jar with the strawberries.
- Transfer the jar to the fridge and let the strawberries infuse the tea for at least 30 minutes and up to 4 hours. Pour over ice and enjoy!
Milk: use any milk you prefer – dairy, oat, soy, coconut, etc.
Honey: you can also use maple syrup or agave.
Matcha: make sure you’re using a cerimonial grade matcha otherwise it will be bitter.
Storage: store in a jar in the fridge for 4-5 days. The strawberry flavor will continue to intensify over time, so you may want to strain your berries out once you’ve reached your perfect flavor profile. Pour over ice and enjoy!
- Serving Size: ¼ recipe, using almond milk
- Calories: 102
- Sugar: 15g
- Sodium: 181mg
- Fat: 4g
- Saturated Fat: 0g
- Carbohydrates: 18g
- Fiber: 3g
- Protein: 2g
- Cholesterol: 0mg
Keywords: green tea, cerimonial matcha, berries, almond milk, honey, easy, paleo, gluten free, vegan,