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drank Caramel Matcha by Red Leaf Tea
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I have been serving this to hubby as a warm latte type of drink, but today was obscenely hot and muggy and then he went to the gym tonight. I thought a cold drink might be in order. I asked if he minded having it cold instead of hot, and he said he didn’t want to mess it up because it was so good, but I told him I thought he would like it fine!

I put two scoops of Lactose Free Vanilla Breyer’s Ice Cream in a bowl and added about a cup of skim milk and maybe two teaspoons of sugar. I plopped one half teaspoon of matcha on top of that. Yes, just that easy. Then I mixed it all up with my immersion blender and wowzer were there ever a lot of big frothy bubbles on top!

There was enough to pour his 13 ounce glass full and still have a little five ounce cup for me. This was delicious. Yep. Both are already down the hatch, and hubby thinks it is just as good cold as it is hot. It is unbelievable that 1/2 tsp. of matcha powder can pack that much flavor into a milkshake. Amazing!

MegWesley

Ooh! Matcha milkshake. You might have opened a very dangerous door in my mind. That sounds fantastic!

Sandy

That does sound wonderful.

ashmanra

Sandy: buy some quick! The free matcha program ends in less than two weeks!

teatime traveler

1/2 tsp of matcha powder, not only flavor but it sounds as if you’ve created an instant “green tea milk shake!” sounds deelish, ashmanra!

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MegWesley

Ooh! Matcha milkshake. You might have opened a very dangerous door in my mind. That sounds fantastic!

Sandy

That does sound wonderful.

ashmanra

Sandy: buy some quick! The free matcha program ends in less than two weeks!

teatime traveler

1/2 tsp of matcha powder, not only flavor but it sounds as if you’ve created an instant “green tea milk shake!” sounds deelish, ashmanra!

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