The Best Matcha Latte Recipe (Sugar Free, Dairy Free + Vegan option!)
I’ve got all the makings for a wonderful matcha latte recipe for you. It is made with just a few simple ingredients, but I’ve provided optional add-ins to really take it to the next level if you’d like. This matcha is sugar free, dairy free and can be made vegan, too!
Servings Prep Time
1 5minutes
Servings Prep Time
1 5minutes
Ingredients
Hot Latte
Iced Latte
Instructions
Hot Matcha Latte
  1. Using a sifter, add the matcha powder to a mug. Combine with an ounce of proper temperature water using a matcha whisk and by making “8” formations when whisking. Once no clumps remain, continue onward.
  2. Combine everything in the pitcher of a high speed blender (I use a Vitamix) and blend for 1 minute until creamy and frothy throughout. Serve right away.
Iced Matcha Latte
  1. Using a sifter, add the matcha powder to a mug. Combine with an ounce of proper temperature water using a matcha whisk and by making “8” formations when whisking. Once no clumps remain, continue onward.
  2. Add everything to a high-speed blender pitcher and blend on high for one minute. Pour over ice and enjoy!
Recipe Notes

I recommend getting the culinary grade matcha from Mizuba. I have tried several powders on the market, and I always need to get a ceremonial grade for my lattes (which is what I would normally recommend unless you are using this specific brand.) It can get quite expensive but with Mizuba’s culinary grade, the quality is perfection, and you can make 50-75 servings with one bag!

The collagen peptides are optional, but they do help with the overall frothiness and end result in texture of the matcha. If you are vegan or do not have access to them, you may omit.

Be sure to use a liquid like MCT oil as your fat source if making an iced matcha. Otherwise, an ingredient like coconut butter will result in a clumpy end result that’s not very palatable.