Matcha Soy Latte – A Vegan's Delight

Matcha Soy Latte – A Vegan's Delight

One of the most difficult aspects of being vegan is trying to find food and drink that suit your dietary needs. But if you are looking for a drink in the morning, then a soy matcha latte should be your go to beverage!

Not only is it tasty, but it is also a healthier alternative to your otherwise sugary and milky latte. Here we will cover the ingredients and give you a recipe to make your own soy matcha latte at home so you don’t need to spend bundles of money on Starbucks and other fancy coffee shops to get it. The taste of a soy matcha latte is rich and it has a unique flavoring because of the milk and matcha that’s put into it. Research also shows that matcha is good for weight loss. In fact, it is one of the best drinks to have when you want to watch your weight and still get the benefit of a caffeine drink.

There are many benefits to substituting matcha for your regular morning drink. Matcha soy lattes are easy to make, boost metabolism, and have calming properties that can help with destressing. It is rich in fibers and has the necessary vitamins that nourish you, which is why you should definitely consider switching to matcha. Read on to know how you can make the ideal drink for every craving. Oh, and the best part? It’s all vegan.



1 teaspoon matcha

1 cup soy milk

Honey to taste


1. Measure out the matcha into a cup. The recommended way to drink it is with a larger cup as small cups can make a mess.

2. Put in the soy milk and honey and whisk till the milk is boiling.

3. When the liquid is hot (just about to boil), pour about a 1/2 cup into a small cup and let it cool for 1 minute. Try to get the liquid and not any of the foam that might have formed. Continue heating the rest of the liquid on low heat.

4. Pour the slightly cooled milk into the matcha and stir so that there are no lumps and add sugar if you need to.

5. Return to the saucepan and turn the heat up to medium and whisk. Once the milk looks like it is about to boil, remove it from the heat.

6. Take an electric milk frother and turn it on, making sure that the tip of the frother is not completely submerged but just at the surface. Froth for 30 seconds to a minute. Be careful though. Very hot milk can splatter a little if you don’t get it submerged enough.

7. Slowly pour the steamed soy milk into the matcha mixture, making sure that the liquid pours out first and that the foam settles on top of the drink in a thick blanket. Drizzle with more honey if desired and a sprinkling of matcha powder.

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