Disclosure: I was provided with a sample of Kiss Me Organics’ Matcha Green Tea Powder at no charge for the purpose of a product review. I was not compensated in any way for this review. All opinions are my own, and I am not obligated to give them a positive review.
I love lattes. I love them. When I drink a latte, I go to my happy place, and when it’s gone, I’m sad. If I could have a latte every day, and then some, I would. However, it’s a habit that adds up the dollars and the calories. One latte every day for one month = $105 and 7500 extra calories. Yikes! That’s a lot of calories and extra money that I don’t want to spend.
So…I went in the opposite direction, and tried a Matcha Green Tea Latte. A 4oz bag will get you 24 lattes for .96 cents a latte! Green tea powder also boasts energy, increased metabolism, increased focus, improved skin health, and insane amounts of antioxidants to keep you as healthy as an ox! That’s an $80.00 savings! Granted, you’re 6 lattes short of a full 30 days. I didn’t miss that part…I bet you thought I did. You could make up the lattes lacking by getting an espresso, or you could just keep reaping the health benefits by buying extra bags of Match Green Tea Powder!
Matcha tea can also be used for drinks, smoothies, baking, and in a large variety of recipes, such as biscuits, mole, gravy, pizza, pan fried matcha chicken, matcha herb baked chicken, tuna burgers with matcha ginger sauce, whipped matcha honey butter, panna cotta, matcha brule, green tea tirimisu, and nutty green brownies, of course. I can’t wait to try the tea scones myself, but I think I had better make some green tea ice cream for my husband. You’ll receive this 71 page recipe guide with your first purchase. So while you’re drooling over this awesome list, pop on over to amazon and get yourself a bag of matcha tea, while I enjoy my green tea latte. You can find the recipe below.
Kiss Me Organics Matcha Green Tea Latte
1 teaspoon Kiss Me Organics Green Tea Matcha Powder
1/4 cup water
3/4 cup almond milk, soy milk, or regular milk
Agave nectar (optional)
1. Add the powder to a mug.
2. Mix 1/4 cup boiling water with the powder in the bottom of the mug.
3. Heat 3/4 cup almond milk in a sauce pan, stirring to create bubbles.
4. Add the warm milk to the green tea liquid.
5. Enjoy, but remember its hot!
Crystal is the founder of Simply Playful Fare. She has been in the kitchen for as long as she can remember. She has a degree in English with an emphasis in creative writing.