Iced Green Tea Latte – 4 ingredients Starbucks copycat recipe that takes just 2 minutes to make! This is the perfect iced matcha latte recipe!
Copycat Starbucks Iced Green Tea Latte
Green tea lattes are my go-to drink to get at Starbucks, I love how they aren’t overly sweet and the flavor is just so awesome! Recently, I finally started making green tea lattes at home after I finally got a package of matcha powder and I have finally perfected the recipe! I think this recipe is as good or even better than Starbucks!
All you need is 2-3 minutes to make the recipe start to finish before you can be sipping an iced matcha latte. Easy enough, right? The only thing you might not already have sitting around in the kitchen is matcha powder but that is easy (and cheap) to get off of Amazon. You can use it for everything from iced matcha lattes, warm matcha lattes, green tea frappuccinos, etc or you can even bake with it!
Additionally, this recipe is a part of my Japanese Recipe Collection. While it is a Starbucks copycat recipe, it does have strong Japanese influence from the matcha powder. If you haven’t checked the rest of the recipes out yet, click HERE!
Can’t get enough of this iced green tea latte recipe? Try these other recipes!
- Copycat Starbucks Iced Vanilla Latte
- Spiced Chai Tea Latte
- Snickerdoodle Iced Coffee
- Sparkling Watermelon Agua Fresca
Common questions about making an iced green tea latte
Do green tea lattes have caffeine?
Yes, green tea lattes are made with matcha powder which has caffeine.
Is matcha green tea good for you?
Yes, matcha has many health benefits including boosting metabolism and being jam-packed with antioxidants.
How do you make a green tea latte at home?
To make a a green tea latte at home, you simply combine matcha powder, milk, vanilla extract, and honey before pouring over ice.
Can you make a green tea latte with tea bags?
No, green tea in tea bags is processed differently than matcha so you cannot just grind up the contents of a tea bag and use it instead of matcha powder.
Other tips and tricks on this iced green tea latte recipe
- You can use any type of milk in this recipe including cow’s milk, almond milk, soy milk, coconut, etc.
- This recipe can be made vegan by using non-dairy milk and either maple syrup or agave sweetener instead of honey.
- 3 cups milk
- 2 teaspoons matcha powder
- 2 tablespoons water
- 2-3 teaspoons honey
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- In a small bowl, combine matcha powder and water. Stir until there are no clumps.
- Combine milk, matcha mixture, vanilla extract, and honey. Stir or shake in a covered container until well combined.
- Divide into two cups and serve over ice.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 207