As you’ll already know, I’m a matcha lover, and I’m proud of it.
So when KitchenAid Canada sent me their KitchenAid® Professional Series Blender with Thermal Control Jar, I knew I needed to make a matcha recipe with it.
If you haven’t tried matcha before, you’ll definitely want to start incorporating it into your diet.
Matcha has a host of healthy benefits, including powerful antioxidants that help to prevent cancer, boosts your metabolism and helps you to lose weight, amongst others.
This is hands-down the easiest way to make a super frothy matcha latte, without dirtying any extra bowls or pots.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED
All you’ll need is:
- ice and the
- KitchenAid® Professional Series Blender with Thermal Control Jar
Put everything into the blender, whiz it up all together, and in less than 5 minutes, you’ve got yourself a coffeehouse-worthy drink.
POWERFUL & CONSISTENT
No need to go to the coffee shop to get your iced matcha latte. This blender does it all. It’s super fast and powerful with its 3.5 peak HP motor, easy-to-use, and gets you consistent, creamy results.
I’ve been using this blender pretty much every single day since I received it, making healthy soups, smoothies, and iced drinks. Seriously, it sits on my countertop because it’s so heavy — but the chrome design is so aesthetically pleasing and it’s easy to keep clean with a simple wipe down. It’s such a workhorse and I absolutely love it!
Many thanks to KitchenAid Canada for sending me the Professional Series Blender with Thermal Control Jar and partnering with me on this post!
Super Frothy Iced Matcha Latte
For accuracy and precision in baking recipes, use weight (metric) measurements when available.
- 1 Tbsp high-quality matcha
- ¼ C warm water
- ½ C milk of your choice
- 1 C ice cubes
- Place everything into the KitchenAid® Professional Series Blender with Thermal Control Jar. Hit the Pulse button a few times to crush the ice. Turn the dial to setting 3 or 4 and blend for 30 seconds until smooth and frothy.
- Pour into serving glasses. Serve immediately.