Instant Matcha Latte

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A friend bought a package of these, and gifted them to me. It came with a mug that indicates how “work ready” I am based on how much of the mug is gone. Cute!
I tried the tea while in the office the other day. It was surprisingly good, but very sweet. Almost as sweet as a regular full strength latte at starbucks. Too much for me!
Looking at the ingredients (all the things that shouldn’t go in a “healthy” drink including hydrogenated oils), I expected a mug of fake matcha flavouring. Except it was actually pretty accurate; a melted hot version of matcha ice-cream. Not the super creamy ice-cream where the flavour is more of a background note, but the kind where your mouth kinda puckers from the dryness in the matcha powder.
I don’t think I will ever be able to consume all of what my friend gave me. While uberly yummy, it is just too sugary for my tastes. Maybe I can find a way to use it up in cooking? baking? I’ve used regular matcha powder in baking, but with all the extra ingredients here I’m not sure how it would work

Nicole

Maybe to flavor whipped cream or frosting?

Indigobloom

That’s a good idea. It’s been years since I made frosting. Never done whipped cream myself. Hmmm. Ideas!

Indigobloom

I just made a cuppa for a friend. She didn’t like the umami flavour so added some after eight hot chocolate mix, and it’s really good!
We got to talking and came up with the idea of making tea pops in the summer, and possibly coating it in dark chocolate. I just need to remember the idea when summer gets here :)

Bear With Me

I was going to say, do tea pops! or pudding. pudding is good. or just mix it with greek yogurt to make a tasty dip for fruit.

Actually, on the topic of the yogurt. If you have an ice cube mold with itty bitty wells, you could mix the powder with yogurt, freeze it in the ice cube tray, pop the pieces out, dip in dark chocolate, and freeze, then throw them in a baggie and keep them in the freezer for any time you want a little something. You could even toss a couple into a smoothie if you wanted to.

Indigobloom

Noms. It sounds tasty. Hopefully those ideas work out! I look forwarwd to experimenting :P
Loooooove the yogurt idea

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