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Green Tea Latte Recipe

Your Starbucks Green Tea Latte Is Loaded With Sugar — Here's What to Do About it

A green tea latte sounds like a healthy enough choice from Starbucks, right? Guess again. Just one tall green tea latte (made with two-percent milk) contains 260 calories and 40 grams of sugar — almost twice the daily recommendation outlined by the American Heart Association. If you love the flavour and buzz this matcha-filled beverage offers, there's good news: you don't have to give up your green tea latte for good.

Save a few dollars, almost 100 calories, and 40 grams of sugar from your morning Starbucks run with our five-minute homemade green latte recipe. Once you try this creamy, all-natural version out for yourself at home, the idea of standing in line for a cup of the Starbucks stuff will seem silly.

Sugar-Free Green Tea Latte

From Lizzie Fuhr, POPSUGAR Fitness

Notes

If you have a milk frother, feel free to use instead of simply heating the coconut milk over the stove. While a beverage with steamed milk would be closer to the Starbucks original, I found this much quicker recipe just as delicious. Also, be sure to look for matcha powder that is made without sugar.

Green Tea Latte Recipe

Ingredients

  1. 240 ml light coconut milk
    2 grams matcha powder
    80 ml hot water
    1 to 3 packets stevia
    Sprinkle of cinnamon, optional

Directions

  1. In a small saucepan, heat up coconut milk until it starts to bubble around the edges.
  2. Combine matcha green tea powder, hot water, heated coconut milk, and stevia in a large glass bowl.
  3. Whisk quickly until the matcha and stevia powders have fully dissolved.
  4. Pour into a teacup, sprinkle with cinnamon, and sip up.

Source: Calorie Count

Nutrition

Calories per serving
168
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