Healthy Eats: Iced Matcha Latte Recipe


Happy December everybody! For this month and beyond, I strive to do my best to avoid coffee as much as possible and to replace it with decaf green tea or homemade matcha drinks. I’ve decided to make this change to my morning drink choices since sugary coffee (darn the existence of creamer and condensed milk!) has led to an unhealthy amount of weight gain, and you’d be surprised how much sugary drinks can sneak up on you! As soon as I cut coffee completely out of my diet, I dropped five pounds within a week! (Insert shocked emoji)

Also, I hope you guys can help keep me accountable for sticking with wiser dietary drink choices for months to come - but of course, I’ll sneak in my “cheat” coffee every once in a while, heh ;) In celebration of a healthier future me, I wanted to share an amazing Iced Matcha Latte Recipe that I learned from fellow fitness blogger, Remi from @rrayme, using Milk And Eggs ingredients!


To be honest, I started tuning into more bloggers’ Instastories who often showcase healthier drink and entree recipes in an effort to get healthier. I’ve listed a few more bloggers/influencers pages down below whose recipes/recommendations I love!

My Healthier Blogger/Influencer Inspirations:

  • Cassie Ho from @blogilates - you have to watch her YouTube video recipes here! I was obsessed with her banana/egg pancake breakfast recipe when I first started blogging!

  • Marisa Herr from @mariseeezy - aka my best friend! She cooks bomb vegetarian/vegan food with her hubby and showcases it on Instastories from time to time :) Give her a follow!

  • Ellenor Kim from @spreadfashion - her homemade meals look so damn good!

Now, let’s get on with the awesome iced matcha latte recipe!

Homemade Iced Matcha Latte Recipe


  • 1 teaspoon of Aiya America Ceremonial Matcha - find it from the Milk And Eggs website here.

  • 1 teaspoon of Coconut Butter - find it from the Milk And Eggs website here.

  • 1 cup of Unsweetened Almond Milk, lightly heated in a pot (heated, but not BOILING!) - find it from the Milk And Eggs website here.

  • 2 tablespoons of hot water

  • Dash of cinnamon


  1. Add 1 teaspoon of matcha to a bowl and 2 tablespoons of hot water to a mixing bowl. Mix quickly with a bamboo whisk until well blended. Add 1 teaspoon of Coconut Butter and dash of cinnamon and mix again. Pour mixture into a glass cup.

  2. Add ice cubes to glass cup.

  3. Pour 1 cup of Unsweetened Almond Milk into a pot and set heat to high. Heat for 1-2 minutes. However, make sure that the milk does not BOIL - just make sure that it’s lightly heated!

  4. Add heated milk to the glass cup and stir mixture with a spoon. The drink should form a white-green ombre color before turning completely matcha green.

*Find more of Remi’s homemade matcha recipes (both hot and iced!) here on her blog. All credit of this recipe goes to Remi - I just added a few more details and inserted product links so that you can easily find these products on the Milk And Eggs website!

If you enjoyed reading recipe blog posts, be sure to check out the pages of all of the bloggers/influencers that I’ve mentioned above! :) Also, you can click the link here for all of my previously shared recipes featuring Milk And Eggs!

Do you drink matcha drinks too? Are there any healthy drink recipes that YOU want to share with me? Talk to me in the comments below - let’s chat!


Disclaimer: This post was sponsored by Milk & Eggs; however, all opinions remain my own.